The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee's View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it'll allow us to show off more new blogs!
This Week's Question:
What book are you embarrassed to admit you LOVED? (try to think beyond Twilight).
Well I guess I have a few book.
First is not actually a book. they are manga. I'm reading Yaoi manga.
I don't know you guys know this genre but I'll explain.
It's like MM Erotic Romance.
Some of them is really nice love story some of them really perv.
And I can tell that they are my secret pleasure.
Second is Abuse stories. I don't know why I'm embrace to read them but I do.
For Example; The Dark Duet by C.J Roberts.
Also you can tell me I'm old( I'm 19 LOL) but I really like to read William Shakespeare books.
Especially Macbeth,Hamlet and Romeo&Juliet.
Soo these are from me. Tell me yours :)
Wow! That's quite a few titles there! I'm not really embarrassed by anything I read. Covers though are another story!ReplyDelete
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Have a GREAT weekend!
Old Follower :)
I don't feel I read anything to be embarrassed about but some of the covers I like to keep hidden..LOL Thanks for stopping by and following via bloglovin.ReplyDelete
not much into manga. I tried once. It gave me a headache with the backward reading. Too hard to follow. My daughter enjoys it though. new follower. bloglovinReplyDelete
I've never read manga. I never even understood what it is. I love Shakespeare too. Here's my pick: My FeatureReplyDelete
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I haven't ever read a Manga. But I think you should never be embarrassed about something you've enjoyed reading.ReplyDelete
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I've looked at some manga and while it isn't for me, I can appreciate the art and story. A lot of people look at it and just say "oh it's a comic book aren't you too old for that?" As long as you enjoy it then read away! Have a great weekend Cagla!ReplyDelete
Traci @ Mad Hatter Reads
I've never gotten into Manga but I know many people who read it. You're the first person on FF that I've seen actually name their shame (that's what I'm calling it). Not everyone will agree with what you read, but thankfully you don't have to listen or feel obligated to tell them :) I feel the same with fantasy books, and novels that include erotic elements. I love those books and despite being embarrassed over them I still enjoy them. Also I also like reading about different types of abuse stories, and Shakespeare's work is great and classic.ReplyDelete
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-Seirra @ Dear, Restless Reader
I took a Shakespeare class in high school and really liked it. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
~Pam @ Moonlight Reader
Hopping through. I've been trying to read Shakespeare too lately. I read Much Ado about Nothing which I loved and am working on King Lear. And 19 is not old. I wish I was still 19. Actually, I don't. But 25 would be great. Says a 32 year old :-)ReplyDelete
I actually kinda like abuse stories as well. I don't know what it is but it really makes me feel something for the books.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by earlier, I followed you via bloglovin!
Haha, some people I know act like enjoying Shakespeare is somehow deviant. It's so funny to me. Thanks for sharing, old follower :)ReplyDelete
I didn't realize liking Shakespeare was considered lame. I guess I really AM old. :-) Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
Brenda @@Daily Mayo
I've read the odd W. Shakespeare too. Nothing to be embarrassed of.ReplyDelete
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Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog
Wow Shakespeare! I'm impressed. I find that stuff way to hard for my brain lol.ReplyDelete
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Linsey @ mybooksnthings.com