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Book Blogger Hop #20 and Follow Friday #15

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer at Crazy For Books and Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee from Parajunkee's View. =]

Book Blogger Hop

Do you read only one book at a time, or do you have several going at once? 

My answer: I usually only have one book going at a time, but sometimes if I have a book that I have to read as a PDF on my laptop I'll read something else at the same time, so I can take it with me when I go out. But, if I have two books going at once, I get confused, and mix up characters and plot points, or read one a lot more than the other... It's much easier for me just to read one :L 

How did you come up with your blog name? 

My answer: Ever since I was little, my internet nickname has always been Cheezyfeet. So, it only seemed right that my blog would be called Cheezyfeet Books, because I'm Cheezyfeet and my blog is a book blog. =]
EDIT* It's not called Cheezyfeet because I have cheesy feet... I don't. Usually :L  

What's happened this week at Cheezyfeet Books? 


  1. Why Cheezyfeet, or do we not want to know? lol, have a great weekend!

  2. Hopping by!

    I love your blog name! It's so cute!

    Happy Friday!
    My Hop!

  3. LOL I love your blog name. It's great!

  4. Getting surprised with all the one book at a times I'm seeing! I do that as well. Can't really handle more than one, unless it's an uber short novella, that I can squeeze in when I'm taking a break from my book-book!

    I like your blog name! It's randomly different and fun to say!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower
    Jessica@a GREAT read

  5. Is Cheezyfeet a nickname in real like too? Or, just on the Internet?

  6. Not everyone can multi-task and nobody should. When it comes to book sure, I can't read four books simultaneously (or even two, for that matter!) but there are times I'll juggle as many as four books at a time depending on the subject matter, the urgency or more often both.

    The real trick to this is what KINDS of books to juggle. Hop on over to my blog and learn the method behind my madness - http://www.howardshermannet
    Howard Sherman

  7. Hi, stopping bya via the hop.

    I am the same, I can only read one book at a time. Otherwise, like you, the plot lines etc get confusing. I would hate it if I compromised a review by not giving that book enough attention and time that it needs.

    Naomi aka Supernatural Bookworm

  8. I can't help but to have half a million books going at once! Too many good books to read. :O

    Have a great weekend!
    iLive, iLaugh, iLove Books

  9. Hopping through. Cheezyfeet is such a cute name. It's something no one will forget.
    My Hop

  10. Love your blog!!!!


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