Feature and Follow Friday (3)

Feature & Follow Friday is hosted by both Alison Can Read Parakunkee’s View. The point of Feature & Follow Friday is to gain blog followers for book bloggers.  You can find more info about this meme here.

Q: What do you do with your books after you are done reading them?

I usually keep them, but I’m hoping to cull some soon! I’m a pack rat and I’m trying to change my ways! I obviously want to keep books I love! I love rereading good stories, especially if I’m in a slump and need a pick me up. There isn’t enough space for all the books, especially ones I do not feel attached to! Plus, it would be nice to sell some and get money for new books!

I have been trying to reread some to decide if they should stay or go, I started a feature-type-thing called To Keep or Not but I’ve gotten off track with books I haven’t read! My mom also just (this week) brought me a few crates full of books from my childhood that I need to go through, I plan on giving some to my nieces, donating some, and probably keeping a few I can’t bare to part with!

What do you do? Are you a hoarder or are you good at letting go? Link me your posts, readers!

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Feature and Follow Friday (2)

Feature & Follow Friday is hosted by both Alison Can Read Parakunkee’s View. The point of Feature & Follow Friday is to gain blog followers for book bloggers.  You can find more info about this meme here.

What is your preferred reading format? Hardcover, eBooks, paperback etc?

I don’t think I really have a preferred format. I really like eBooks because you can have so many options on one device. I used to carry several books around with me which made for a heavy and cluttered bag. Now I usually have my eReader or some books on apps on my phone, and maybe one actual book. Before eReaders, I disliked hardcovers because they were heavier, and because I tended to go to sleep with books in my bed and hardcovers were uncomfortable. Paperbacks were less painful to sleep with and usually cheaper! I also like eBooks because I can read with the lights off. I suppose my preference would be eBooks, but I don’t actually mind any format.

You can follow me on Bloglovin, RSS, WordPress, or through email. Whichever you prefer is fine with me! If you’d like you can also add my on twitter or goodreads!

Feature and Follow Friday

Feature & Follow Friday is hosted by both Alison Can Read Parakunkee’s View. The point of Feature & Follow Friday is to gain blog followers for book bloggers.  You can find more info about this meme here.


This is my first time and I kinda feel like I’ll do something wrong, so forgive me if I do!

Q: Activity: Spine Poetry. Create a line of poetry with your book spines (take a picture). Not feeling creative? Tell us about your favorite poem.

I’m not very poetic! My favorite poem is by Shel Silverstein and when I was in high school I had it on the outside of my door.

“If you are a dreamer come in
If you are a dreamer a wisher a liar
A hoper a pray-er a magic-bean-buyer
If you’re a pretender com sit by my fire
For we have some flax golden tales to spin
Come in!
Come in!”