Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee.
This week's question is:
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?
I just stopped being a teen a few weeks ago (technically, anyway. I’ll be a teen at heart for the rest of my life). I think right now I’m reading more than I used to, but it’s also hard to keep up with schoolwork, having a job to pay for school, and have time to read for fun. I’ve been managing, even if my parents don’t agree with that all the time. I just found my love for dystopian novels; I love how authors can create the worlds that aren’t so far off from what could happen if we keep doing things the way we’re doing them in society. I think other than adding dystopian novels to my favorites list, I can’t say my reading habits or favorite genres has changed much, even from when I was in the tween section of books, I always go for the girlie happy ending type books.
The Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Crazy for Books.
This week's question is:
Q. “Let’s talk crazy book titles! Highlight one or two (or as many as you like!) titles in your personal collection that have the most interesting titles! If you can’t find any, feel free to find one on the internet!”
Not many books on my shelf have crazy or interesting titles. I like the title of the book Wonderland by Michael Bamberger because it is “a year in the life of an American high school,” not anything to do with magic or fantasy or anything like you’d think when just hearing the title Wonderland. I could also be biased about this book because it’s about my high school, mostly its prom because it’s held in the school instead of with an outside vendor. I haven’t read it yet, but I think digging it out today made me want to move it up in my TBR pile, maybe I’ll read it next week. I think it’ll be fun to read thoughts about my school. The book was written the year before I started high school, so I don’t think I’ll know many of the people mentioned, but it’s cool either way that the author used real events and real names in his story.
Other than that one, the cutest/most interesting title on my shelf has to be Lauren Myracle’s Peace, Love and Baby Ducks. I can’t wait to read it to see what the title means.
These are titles from my physical bookshelf, if I looked on my Shelfari or Goodreads I may be able to find more titles on my TBR shelves that are more interesting.
How have your reading habits changed? Do you have any interesting/crazy titles on your shelf?