Why do you read?
Why do you read?
How do you feel about explicit detail in your reading? Whether language, sex, violence, situations and so on … does it bother you? Faze you at all? Or do you just read everything without it bothering you?
Today’s discussions: AUTHOR INTERACTION & MORE THAN JUST WORDS.
Let’s talk interacting with authors IRL (in real life) or online. This is your opportunity to talk about your favorite author readings that you have attended. Or, you can feature your favorite author fan moment (i.e., an author sent you a tweet or commented on your blog). Maybe you even want to share how your interactions have changed since becoming a blogger or share your own tips that you have learned along the way when interacting with authors as a blogger.
As in previous years, we kick off our big week of celebrating Armchair BEA by first introducing ourselves with a list of introduction questions…
Today is our last discussion of Clipped Wings by Helena Hunting. It’s always sad when we reach the last one. We’ve enjoyed all those who joined in with their thoughts and questions. At the end we’ll share our last Q and A with Helena and we also have an awesome giveaway for you to enter thanks to Helena and Gallery Books…
Booking Through Thursday is a weekly blog. You can find it here.
Do you have a favorite book? What do you say when people ask you? (This question always flummoxes me because how can you pick just one, so I’m eager to hear what you folks have to say.)
And, has your favorite book changed over the years??
This week’s discussion on Clipped Wings by Helena Hunting is for chapters 17-20. Helena answers more questions following the discussion and there’s a giveaway too!
Chapters 13-16 of Clipped Wings by Helena Hunting are on today’s discussion. Lemme just say that chapter 13 is HOT! The kind of hot that makes you sure your e-reader is going to go up in flames at any minute, the kind of hot that’ll get your blood pressure soaring and your heart pounding. So let’s get crackin’ and then we’ll have this week’s Q and A with Helena…