This week's Book Blogger Hop question is:
“As a book blogger, how do you introduce yourself in your profile?”
Basically, this is not my strong suit. Thinking about this question made me realize that you really have to search, or deduce, that I only read YA books. And that a book's content is important to me. I have a decent NetGalley profile (I think) but my blog one basically says I have a son & I wear big sun glasses.
So, blogging friends, how do you introduce yourself? I could really use some help with that.
TGIF question is:
Book Disappointments: Have you ever come across a book you were so stoked to read, but it failed miserably in your eyes?
I don't remember feeling that any book has failed miserably, but a couple left me feeling disappointed for one reason or another.
my review of Wither. And that may have been in response to all the positive buzz I kept seeing for it. It didn't work for me. There was no reason to have polygamy in that story. If that fact ends up becoming a plot point, good for the author. If not, it's a plot hole (in my opinion). Plus, pop-culture polygamy is a personal annoyance to me (Big Love, Sister Wives, etc). But that is completely because I'm a Mormon and people tend to think Mormons are currently polygamists. And we're not. Like, not at all.
This week at Read This Instead...
Read the first two chapters of Crossed? Check out my ARC review here.
A little BBAW fun.