Aug 11, 2011

Follow Friday! and Blog Hop {20}

The Big Sleep

Question this week from parajukee

Q. How has your reading habits changed since you were a teen? or If you are still a teen what new genres are you in love with currently?

A.  I would have to say a lot has change in my reading genre. I was very into mystery and I really enjoyed Sue Grafton because she used my hometown as a setting and Raymond Chandler, who wrote the Big Sleep classic. But now I read Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction Fantasy, Horror and Romance. Ranging from Laurell K Hamilton,  Gini Koch, Gena Showalter, and many more. I'm not sure what changed besides me growing up and always loving paranormal and science fiction movies, but I just haven't read a mystery book in a long time.

Question of the week: Crazy-For-Books
Q. Highlight one or two titles in your personal collection that have the most interesting titles.
Bleeder (Apocalypto, #3)

A.  Most interesting would be the latest novel I just read called Bleeder. The reason for this title is because the world that is written in the book has young woman who are chosen a taught to be the consorts to the kings of their world and have their heirs. Bleeder stands for the woman a chosen when they bleed as in they enter maturity. It's quite an interesting story line that shocked me at first.


  1. I read Grafton's A for Alibi and i really liked the twist in the end :) i mystery books are my first love so i read one once in a while.

    old follower here, hopping through!

    my FF:

  2. Bleeder sounds intriguing.
    Here's my HOP for this week.

  3. My taste has definitely grown too, but I love reading all the genres I've tried. Great answer!

    Here's my FF!

  4. Hello, new follower here! :)

    I didn't think Bleeder was that unusual of a title until I read your description of where that title comes from! Very interesting!


  5. Hopping through. Bleeder does sound interesting, in plot, title, and cover.
    My Hop

  6. Hi there,
    Stopping by via Parajunkee's Follow Friday. I'm following you.

    Have a great weekend!

    Holjo @ Pedantic Phooka

  7. Bleeder sounds that I know what the title is for, I kind of cringe a little, but I may pick up this book!
    Stopping by and following you. Here's my address:

  8. That is an odd title. Visiting you via Book Bloggers Hop. Following you on NetworkedBlogs.
    Stop by and check out the crazy title I chose.