Friday, July 27, 2012

Feature & Follow Friday-July 27, 2012


I'm again taking part in the very fun meme Feature & Follow hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. If you are a new follower to my blog, enter here for a chance to win an Amazon gift card and two free ebooks. To join the fun and make new book blogger friends, just follow these simple rules:

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Q: Summer Reading. What was your favorite book that you were REQUIRED to read when you were in school? 

Yes, I was definitely the dork that actually loved the books assigned in English class each year. A few of my favorites that I can remember include Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, A Separate Peace by John Knowles, The Awakening by Kate Chopin, The Diary of Anne Frank and Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.

18 comments:

  1. Oh wow! I was an English major but yet I never really enjoyed the books I HAD to read. I think it's because I had to read them. Or I was already craving paranormal and didn't like what I had to read!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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  2. I'm glad to see someone else with some Shakespeare on their post! Glad your English classes were enjoyable!

    Happy Friday!

    My FF this week

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  3. Oh I couldn't stand The Awakening, but I did enjoy Romeo and Juliet!! Have a great weekend :)

    Here's my FF!

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  4. Of Mice and Men is a great pick. awesome book!
    new linky follower!
    trish - my ff

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  5. Oh geez. Other than Romeo and Juliet the only book in that list that we were required to read was "The Diary of Anne Frank". I did enjoy that one though. Sad and honest.

    My FF

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  6. Big Shakespeare fan, here! I was one who didn't like most of the books while I read them but by the end I was like *sniff*, "that was so great!" *sniff*. New follower via GFC, btw. Happy Friday! :D
    My FF Posts are at:

    Musings on Fantasia

    and

    LKHill

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  7. Love Shakespeare! Thanks for stopping by! My FF

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my post, just returning the favour. Some great books here.

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  9. Thanks for the follow!

    I studied Romeo and Juliet a few years ago, and while it's safe to say that the majority of the class had no clue what was going on, I absolutely loved it.

    - destinationbookland.blogspot.com

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  10. My favorite was Into The Wild. Actually made me cry a bit. Hah :)

    Old follower!

    Andrea @ Literary Getaway

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  11. I, too, loved Of Mice and Men, but I didn't read that for school :D

    I'm a new follower, thanks for having already stopped by my FF post this morning.

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  12. Of Mice and Men is a great one. So sad, though.

    http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2012/07/follow-friday_27.html

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  13. I had Romeo and Juliet and The Diary of Anne Frank too. I'm a new follower, thanks for already stopping by FF post this morning.

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  14. I read Romeo and Juliet and The Diary of Anne Frank as a high school freshman. I had a really great reading list that year.

    Thanks for stopping by and following! Following you back via GFC.

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  15. Oh my laaawd! you woulda been my best friend in school xD I couldn't staaand those books in English class. But when we finally left the classics alone and ventured more into mythology, then and only then did I actually perk up and pay more attention. I could actually sit there and read Shakespeare and understand it, I just didn't like it. Didn't even like the movies or the "somewhat" modern remake they made.. *sigh* that was a waste of film and precious time in my opinion. >.< But hey, that's just me. Thanks for stopping by my FF. Follow you back <3

    p.s. I saw you recently read One Breath Away by Heather Gudenkauf... I was just in a live chat with her via booktrib.com and got to ask her a few questions. She's a pretty amazing person. Very humble. I won a copy of One Breath Away during the live chat. I'm super excited to read it once it arrives in the mail :) Okay.. sorry for writing such a long comment on your post. hehe. Have a great weekend!

    Ana♥ Beach Bum Reads

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    1. Have a great weekend too! That's cool about the live chat. The book was good, a few predictable parts, but definitely suspenseful enough to keep me up late to finish it.

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  16. Ha! I'm glad I wasn't the only one who had to read the diary of Anne Frank ... Anyway, thanks for stopping by my blog and following, I've returned the love and followed you too. I hope you have a great weekend!

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  17. Hi,

    Hopping on through from the feature and follow!
    
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    New Buddy, Please…. Cyber stalk me back! 

    Thanks,

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    PS
    
My Summer Read was…Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe (Author) it was interesting ☺

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