29 July 2013

Grab a Friend blog hop #15

Grab a Friend


Welcome to the weekly blog hop , Grab A Friend
Link up here , answer a question , grab a blogger and be friends!

Every week this hop is created with lots of love + fun . So be sure to join and share it to more peeps so everyone can catch up and our little event can be larger with loads of friends ;)



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Elena from Cropped Stories

 
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Amanda from Rhyme & Ribbons
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This hop is for finding new friends & bloggy mates . So be sure to go and find yourself one .
I am so happy cheery to see you all linking up with us every Tuesday . Yip-yip , you're rah-king.
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Q : The book you're never gonna read again?

Noor:
I bought a vintage book named "Pretties" by Linda Lauren . Seriously , I was in a kinda pain just after I finished reading that book . It was about a girl (silly, lame, stupid guuurrrl) who made JUST MISTAKES . Books are suppose to have a good message , right?
Areeba:
I hated the book Storm Dancer's glass edition . I truly didn't know what was wrong with it , but it was frustrating . DUH!
Elena :
I can't read any type of novel more than once; even if it was remarkable! How could I when I know what's going to happen at the end?

Amanda : 
I know I'm going to get a lot of slack for this but I really disliked "Eat, Pray, Love". Everyone had said such great things about it and then I read it for a bookclub and was anti-moved. But that's just me!

Now it's your turn!




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12 comments:

  1. I can't think of a book that I wouldn't re-read right now. Most of the books I've read, I would read again.
    ~Kim

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  2. I wouldn't read One Day again. I kind of wish I hadn't read it in the first place! I saw the movie, didn't like it, but held out hope that the book would be better. Let's just say I'm not a fan!

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  3. Most books I don't have trouble with reading again, but there's one TYPE of books that I can never re-read and that's the typical chick lit books. Once you've read one, you know exactly how the others are going to go and it's just not fun reading them again :D.

    xoxo Grace

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  4. Thanks a lot for hosting Aree! Have a good Tuesday.

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  5. I think Grab A Friend is cool huh.. this post is interesting :)

    lavinajampit.blogspot.com

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  6. Hi new follower on BlogLovin from the grab a friend hop!

    I'd love for you to stop by sometime!

    Heather from http://mommyonlyhas2hands.org

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  7. I'm pretty sure I can never read the SECRET again by Rhonda Byrne. I bought the book a ways back when it was really "popular" so I was totally into it when I read it the first couple of times. Now that a few years have gone by and I tried to read it again, the constant repetition of points drove me nuts and I had to put it down.

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  8. New follower from the blog hop! Answer: I would never read a book a second time. Cute blog! PLease check out Three Sisters and Us at http://threesistersandus.blogspot.com

    have a blessed day!

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  9. New follower here from the bloghop! Your page is so fun! Thanks for hosting=)

    Shannon

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  10. Hi areeba,

    New follower from the bloghop! looking forward to reading some new material! :)


    Come check out mine if you'd like to :)

    Zara (Bows and Pearls)

    http://zaras-bowsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Another Nicolas Sparks book- Message in a Bottle... With like 30 pages left, the whole book turns upside down. I thought it was a happy love story but instead I ended up crying hysterically. It also didn't help that I was in another country crying to myself on a beach when I finished the book! haha.

    Just started following! Thanks for sponsoring this link-up!

    Mary @ Living our Life like a Song
    http://livingourliveslikeasong.blogspot.com/

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  12. New follower here! Your page is super cute, and I'm a WWE fan myself. :)

    There are so many books that were assigned in school that I'd never read again. Top of that list is Beowulf. Awful.

    :) Darci -- freedom-of-excess.blogspot.com

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