Friday, September 28, 2012

Feature and Follow Friday-September 28

Happy Friday all! Have an amazing weekend!


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Q: What is the BIGGEST word you've seen used in a book lately - that made you stop and look it up? Might as well leave the definition & book too.

There's a few terms I've never heard of being used in The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater. A couple that I had to figure out included ley lines and dowsing rods. The gist of the terms are they're related to finding spiritual energy.


  1. I can't wait to read that book. I'll look out for those words :-)

    Old follower.

    Christina @ Ensconced in YA
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  2. Hopping through. I mostly understood the terms in The Raven Boys but only because I recently read another series with similar concepts.
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  3. Nice! That's usually how I can understand words, getting the idea of them! I can infer some words that give me pause by the context in which they are being used. So it all works out! If all else fails I pull out good ol Webster!

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    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

  4. Those are great words :)

  5. Usually I can figure it out with in the sentence context but sometimes there is a word that I just don't get.

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  6. First discovered ley lines in Joseph Delaney's The last apprentice series. Nice word!
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  7. Gotta love those big words, eh? :) WRITE ON!