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Book Blogger Hop #3

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Book Blogger Hop

"When you read a book that you just can't get into, do you stick it out and keep reading or move to your next title?"

My answer: It depends. If I have a book that I really really want to read, and the book I'm reading is boring me, then I will stop, if I still have a substantial amount of the book left. If the book still hasn't kept me interested after 100 pages, then I will definitely put it down. Sometimes, I feel bad about not finishing the book, so I say I'll read it again at a later date, but I never do. If it's in the middle of a series, I will finish it, and then read the next one, and if that one is still rubbish, I will give up with a series, though I'm much more reluctant to give up with a series than just one book. 

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  1. Stopping by from the hop. Love your blog! Our answers are similar.

  2. Hi! Found you through the hop! I see that we review the same genre of books.
    I’m following you now. Hope to see more of your reviews!

    My post is here:

  3. Hopping by to visit and follow! I hear you on series--breaking up with a series is much harder than just stopping a single book that's not enjoyable. I usually stick with series for at least a book after they've gone south. :-)


  4. I'm the same way, I try to read so much then if I can't get into it I'll put it down. I'm a new follower from the hop. I love your header, so pretty! Happy Friday!

  5. cute site !!! check us out

  6. Hi! I'm a new follower from the hop! I really like your site! Check out my site when you have a chance!

  7. Great site! Stopping by on the hop. New follower too and looking forward to it :)

    I'm signed in as one but followed as another I see haha. I'm BK. The same at all my blogs lol

  8. Just stopping by from the Hop! I prefer to finish books, but I have no regrets about stopping in the middle of a series. I've abandoned plenty of them.

  9. Hopping by to say hi :)

    If I find that I'm really not getting into a book, I'll push myself to finish unless it's truly terrible!! If it's ridiculous or boring me to tears, then I might as well quit. I figure that if I get to the point where I'm ready to throw in the towel - there's no sense in trying to review it since it'll be unfavorable anyway (ya know?)

    I've only ever not finished one book.

    Have a great weekend!
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  10. Hi Bella! I'm your newest follower from the Blog Hop!
    Please stop by mine and follow back :)
    Hafsah @ IceyBooks

  11. New follower here :)

    I will do the same thing, put a book down, read something else and then come back to it. Or sometimes if a book comes out that I don't want spoiled (like back when Harry Potter was still coming out) I'll stop everything to read it so no one can ruin it :)

    Check out my Blogger Hop and Follow Friday HERE!

  12. Happy Follow Friday!!! Hope you will stop by my blog too! My publisher and I are looking for a group of bloggers for a huge blog tour next year before the release of book two in my 'A Sense of Truth' series! We will be giving out a few more copies of The Thirteenth Chime (we can only give out so many, being open to e-books gives an upper hand) and are still open to all interviews and guest posts. We want to fill up the Amazon page with reviews and try to reach as many people as we can!!! Hope you might consider being a part of the team! Thank you either way!

    Emma Michaels

  13. @Emma, I'd love to be a part of the team! And I'll happily be part of a blog tour too. =]

    Thanks, Bella

    PS. (I am open to e-books, as I got my Kindle today!...)


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