Friday, November 12, 2010

Crazy for Books Blog Hop #1


http://www.crazy-for-books.com/

Welcome to our first foray into the world of the Crazy for Books Blog Hop. It is really easy. Just click on the link and leave your blog info. Please follow another blog while you are there, and if someone follows you, make sure you follow back. Answer the weekly question and let me know what you think. I love comments. It gets lonely here in zombieland.

4 comments:

  1. I can dive right into the middle of a book series if the series' story
    doesn't run chronologically.

    That is to say, if each novel in a series is a stand-alone story (like Lee
    Child's Reacher novels) then I don't feel the need to start with book one.

    On the other hand, a series of books (like Richard Hatch's Battlestar
    Galactica novels) can't be read out of sequence since each new book builds
    upon the story of the previous entry in the series.

    Happy Book Blogger Hop Friday!

    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  2. Just stopping by to share some Friday blog love! Have a great weekend! Tasha @ A Trillian Books

    Come and link reviews of books with a war/battle element on this week's Read My War Review

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  3. Hello Fellow Blogger! Wanted to show some love and say your blog is wonderful. I myself just started a new blog and could really use your support. Return the favor and become a follower?

    pruesbookblog.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm not going to have a coronary if I start a series in the middle, in fact I've done it before, but I do try to start at the beginning. It's not too hard to go back start over or to figure out what's going on in the story, in most cases, and sometimes you just have to jump in somewhere or you just don't realize that the book you're reading a the third in the series.
    Not a big deal. I think that if I found a book series that sounded incredibly lame for eight books, but the ninth book sounded awesome/fantastic/amazing, I'd skip the lame eight and read the ninth.

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