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Friday 12 August 2011

Feature & Follow Friday #3

"Feature & Follow Friday" #FF is a weekly blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read to expand your blog following amongst bloggers. There are rules to enter so please click on the button above or either of the hosts' links to join. This week's question:-

How has your reading habits changed since you were a teen? Or if you are still a teen what new genres are you in love with currently?

As a teen I used to average a book daily, most are series' that I mentioned in the previous #FF so not long reads. I've gone through stages in my life, late teens and early 20s where I didn't read as much, but I've never stopped reading. However, as of late I've gone back to reading nearly as much as in my teens, I average about a book every 2-3 days now. In the period where I did not read as much, two series got me back into devouring a book per day; The Harry Potter series and Twilight series.

Here are the featured blogs this week:-


Unknown said...

Happy Follow Friday! I'm a new follower. Loving the blog! I'm loving follow friday... Definitely seen some great blogs today!

Feel free to check out mine if ya like:

Happy Reading!
: )

Trish said...

cute blog! going thru a book every 2-3 days! you're my hero!

Happy Friday

Trish - Friday's Memes

Brett @ Demons Read Too said...

Hi Angelica To get your link to show as “My #FF post” and be able to click on it you type My #FF post

Hope this helps. Are you able to look at my comment in the editor so you can see the html code? Because I think when I post this, it will just show up as a link. If you can't see the code, send me your email address and I'll type it out in an email for you.

And yay for Aussie bloggers :)

Anonymous said...

I went through a spell of about a year where I didn't read at all. I was having health problems and just didn't feel like reading. It was a very boring time. ;)

Have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by mine!

Unknown said...

There's something great to be said for volume. I don't just like reading books...I like reading /lots/ of books, the more the better. :-)

Alaiel Kreuz said...

New follower here :D I like your blog, very cute, hehe.
This is my Follow Friday. Please, feel free to pass by and have a look.

Hope you have a great weekend,


Unknown said...

Happy Friday! I read those short series books too, when I was a teen. :)
See my answer over at Fuzzy.Coffee.Books if ya like!
*new follower
Oh, and don't forget to stop by and enter my giveaway, it closes tonight at midnight!

Katie said...

I'm a new follower, thanks for stopping by my blog!

I feel like a ton of people read now!

bookbitereviews said...

Thanks for the follow. Following back =D

Same with me. I used to be able to read a lot more, but that was because i didn't have as much to do.

Lan said...

Wow! That's a lot of reading. I can't barely get through a book a week anymore but when I was younger I was the same as you. I'd read 3-4 books a week.

Happy FF! Am a new follower. My FF post: The Write Obsession

Jennifer @ BookShelfery said...

Thanks for stopping by on the FF hop! New follower :)
Jennifer @ The Bawdy Book Blog

The Scarf Princess said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my site and becoming a follower! I'm now following you back. And I'm happy to see another new book lover join us in cyberspace. Happy Reading and Happy Chatting!

The Scarf Princess

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. I'm like you. I've always read a lot but Harry Potter and Twilight really got me going.
My Hop

Unknown said...

Hi Happy FF! Thanks for stopping by the blog and for sharing information about the Book Depository! I am now a follower and look forward to stopping in often!

Have a wonderful weekend!

The Insouciant Sophisticate said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog; I've always been a reader too although the first year of college was a bit of a dry spell for me. Happily I'm back to my reading and loving being part of the book-blogging world.

Steph from said...

Hi thanks for dropping by. I am now following. Reading was so easy when life didn't get in the way!

<a href="”)> Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust</a>

Mimi Valentine said...

I'm so glad to hear that there's another person who got back into reading thanks to the Twilight Saga! That was the series that made me fall in love with YA in the first place. :)

Thanks so much for stopping by, Angelica! I'm following you back for sure!

Hope you have an awesome weekend!

Pedantic Phooka said...

Hi there,
Stopping by via Parajunkee's Follow Friday. I'm following you.

Have a great weekend!

Holjo @ Pedantic Phooka

Nicki J. Markus / Asta Idonea said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm now your newest follower and I wish you a great weekend.

Kylie1403 said...

I think its so great seeing how we have changed over time ey??

Thanks for stopping by :D

- Kylie @

Anonymous said...

glad you didn't lost the love for reading all those years :) happy weekend, Angelica! hopping back for FF!

Unknown said...

I just wanted to thank EVERYONE for hopping by and posting a comment and/or being a follower, it is ALL very much appreciated :)

Happy Follow Friday!!!

Unknown said...

I think a lot of people stop or slow their reading sometime in their late teens/early twenties. I know I did, and now I'm back to reading a book a day (or so). Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a great weekend!

Christy @ TheReaderBee said...

That's great that you never really stopped reading. I wish I had read more when I was a teen! Thanks for hopping by!

Rachel Brooks said...

It's wonderful that you averaged a book a day as a teen! I've always been an avid reader too.

Also, I’m a new follower—wonderful blog! Stop by my blog and follow me too? :)

Coranne said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! Here is the direct link to my giveaway!

Blogger seems to not like me- and none of my links or GFC were working yesterday.

Escape by Fiction said...

I had a period where I stopped for a while too. HP really got me back into it, but Twilight and the Vampire Diaries series kicked started the need to read.

Good reading ~ Escape by Fiction :)

Jenny said...

Hey, just stopping by to return the favor. I'm glad the Harry Potter and Twilight books got you back into reading. Now we just need to remember to savor the good ones more. ;)

Jenna and Ashley said...

A book a day as a teen!? I wish I had had that kind of time! Jealous...

Stopping by as a new follower.
Here's mine:

Val said...

Thanks for visiting FF

Following back

I wish I could read a book a day. I can do it during the summer but I'm headed back to work next week (teacher) and my reading will slow down a lot. :/

Christin said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog - I'm a new follower here :) I read more now than I did when I was a teen...I wish I could get to the point where I'm reading a book a day!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Unknown said...

I've always been an avid reader as well!!! THank you for stopping by hon!!! NEW FOLLOWER! :) Have a lovely weekend!

Writer, Editor, Dreamer said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog. Following back now. Happy reading!

Unknown said...

Hopping through from the Follow Friday blog hop and loving your blog. Really pretty! I'm a new followers.

Bonnie said...

I have know a lot of people who have gotten back into reading because of those two series! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog this week - I hope you had a fantastic weekend!

None said...

You have a great blog here :)
I think I have similar reading habits, 3-4 books a week depending how busy I am. And I never stop reading at all since I was maybe 10 years old.

I'm a new follower

Unknown said...

Sorry it took me so long to visit back. Thanks so much for stopping by! You have a great looking blog here. :) Hope you've had a wonderful week so far. :)



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