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Book Blogger Hop #13 and Follow Friday #8

Have you all had a good week? Mine's been OK, just getting back into the routine of school... Fun. Anyway, here's my Blog Hop and Follow Friday =]

Book Blogger Hop

Why do you read the genre you read? What draws you to it? 

My answer: I read YA Paranormal mostly, and I'm not sure why... I guess, it's just that I like getting lost in a world that would never happen, and I especially love finding out about all of the weird and wonderful creatures authors have come up with. I also like reading about things that would never happen to me, because people fascinate me. I'm not really sure... this is a hard question! Do you sort of understand what I mean? I like that when I'm reading I'll have no idea what's going to happen, and it keeps me reading into the night because I need to know what happens, and I think a lot of YA paranormal books have that suspense... And of course, there are all the love interests... But we won't go there :L 

What makes up your non-human family?

My answer: I don't really have a non-human family... I used to have a rabbit called Snuggles, and I loved him, but he sadly died last summer while I was on holiday, which was awful, and I suppose he was part of my non-human, but I don't really have one anymore. We have a pet hermit crab, but that's not really family. It's called Onken Crabbie, and it justs sits in its tank all day... Weird, I know. :L

**I have an idea about a new meme, possibly called Sample Saturday. Head over here to read more and fill in the form to tell me your thoughts. Thanks!

What's happened at Cheezyfeet Books this week: 


  1. Awww I used to have a rabbit too, and he died in a gruesome way that I shall not discuss in your blog, I feel your pain :(

    I posted a pic of my kitties if you'd like to look at it on My FF

    I'm your newest follower too :)

  2. Ohh that's so sad. I'm sorry to hear that. Even though I am not the ultimate dog lover, I was still upset when we had to put our 2 older dogs down. It's hard losing a pet.

    Here's my Hop and Follow Friday

    Have a GREAT weekend!

  3. :( Sorry to hear about your rabbit.
    Just hopping through and am now a new follower.

  4. I think that pretty much everyone I follow is a reader of paranormal/supernatural. I love it!

  5. I used to have a bunny too... my brother sold it. :(
    But anyway, I'm a new follower- follow me back here:
    Happy reading!

  6. Sorry to hear about your bunny. I hate it when my pets die. It's amazing how much a part of your life they become.

  7. Here I am hopping on by...

    I went all over the map with this question on my blog. I read and enjoy almost every genre of fiction out there. There’s no way I could just pick one.

    So I talked about all of them. Even romance fiction (sort of)! I invite you to hop over to my blog at and see for yourself.

    Howard A. Sherman

  8. Hello,
    Happy Friday I'm just stopping by for Follow Friday and the hop. I can't believe its Friday already but I hope you have a fabulous weekend and get lots of reading done.

    Romance Book Junkies

  9. Just hopping by! Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

    Reading Lark's Hop Post

    P.S. - I am a new follower.

  10. Hopping through. I read mostly YA too. I especially love paranormal but I read about equal paranormal and contemp.
    My Hop

  11. Hopping by and a new follower! Ooh, YA paranormal is so amazing. I love it and all the cool creatures that are so unrealistic, it's surreal! Hehe. Have a nice weekend! :)

  12. Just stopping by to wish you a happy hop and a great weekend!

  13. Thanks for checking out and following my blog. Turns out I've been a follower of your blog for some time now. Keep up the good work. Plus I do agree that the Blog Hop's question for the week was a tough one to answer. I think all readers just read what ever they like.

  14. New follower! Stop by and say hi if you get a chance! Giving away Rot & Ruin and Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry!

  15. Just hopping by. I love YA, too - especially of the paranormal variety. It's a great escape from reality.

    Thanks for stopping by Reading Lark. I'm a new follower. :)

    Tevya @ Reading Lark

  16. I have eight hermit crabs, so I can relate on the weirdness/boredom to the extreme factor. :P


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