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Friday, November 1, 2013
The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee's View and Alison of Alison Can Read

This week's question is:


What books are you embarrassed to admit you LOVED?

These days I'm not really embarrassed to admit to loving the books I love. When I was younger I was extremely prone to embarrassment, whether it was my college roommate calling me a nerd for liking The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy or my sister's judgment of my love of manga. Now I'm more comfortable with myself, at least enough so when I face judgement for not liking 50 Shades of Grey (my friends) or reading anything in public that's not a classic, by Franzen, or by David Foster Wallace (allegedly random strangers on the train, according to any article I've ever read) it doesn't bother me. I own up to what I'm reading, and if other people think I should be embarrassed: 

4 comments:

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. No embarrassment is good. I read Hitchhiker's Guide for the first time a few months ago. I thought it was hilarious.
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Tina Van Dyn Hoven said...

I got some judgement for not really liking Fifty Shades either. Nothing too bad, but I just made my point to people that it wasn't for me. People back of a little when i put it that way - not every book is right for every person.

Tina @ Pages of Comfort - new follower via bloglovin!

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Amanda Horan said...

ha shrugs to anyone who thinks we should be embarassed! Happy Friday. New Bloglovin Follower here!

Reviews from a Book Worm said...

I feel the exact same, if I love a book then I'm not embarrassed to admit it! My FFF.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Feature & Follow Friday: Embarrassing books edition

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee's View and Alison of Alison Can Read

This week's question is:


What books are you embarrassed to admit you LOVED?

These days I'm not really embarrassed to admit to loving the books I love. When I was younger I was extremely prone to embarrassment, whether it was my college roommate calling me a nerd for liking The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy or my sister's judgment of my love of manga. Now I'm more comfortable with myself, at least enough so when I face judgement for not liking 50 Shades of Grey (my friends) or reading anything in public that's not a classic, by Franzen, or by David Foster Wallace (allegedly random strangers on the train, according to any article I've ever read) it doesn't bother me. I own up to what I'm reading, and if other people think I should be embarrassed: 

4 comments:

  1. Hopping through. No embarrassment is good. I read Hitchhiker's Guide for the first time a few months ago. I thought it was hilarious.
    My FF

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  2. I got some judgement for not really liking Fifty Shades either. Nothing too bad, but I just made my point to people that it wasn't for me. People back of a little when i put it that way - not every book is right for every person.

    Tina @ Pages of Comfort - new follower via bloglovin!

    My FF

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  3. ha shrugs to anyone who thinks we should be embarassed! Happy Friday. New Bloglovin Follower here!

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  4. I feel the exact same, if I love a book then I'm not embarrassed to admit it! My FFF.

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