Hey everyone! Welcome to my new Blog! My old one (For The Love Of Film And Novels) is currently active and will be until this June.

This Blog still needs A LOT of work haha :) as you can see, but it should be up and ready with all of my old followers from my other blog and other posts sometime in April so yeah just wanted to all let you know and I apologize if there's any confusion! Oh and if you are new, please do follow, any way you can and hope you visit again :)

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Feature & Follow *19*

Feature & Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read. The purpose is to meet people and gain more followers in the book blogging community.

Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - and how did you react?

Ummm hmm well my mind is going blank right now, but looking at my reading list, I think I'm going to write down the most recent books I've read this year, that had some or one emotional scene that in a way, did get to me, as it was written that good!

- There's the Edge Of Never By: J.A. Redmerski. OMG I was right with Camyrn when she finds out something so big, something that just blindsides her, about Andrew, and if you have read it, then you must know what I'm talking about, if not, then I don't want to spoil it any further.

. In Reckless (The last book in the Thoughtless Trilogy) by: S.C. Stephens, there's something that happens to both Kellan and Keira, and Kellan faces it the worst, and I was thinking...O.M.G. that soooo cannot happen! Just...yeah, no! Again, I don't want to write more, cause I will definitely spoil that one, if I do.

- Ok, I read the novella to Sins & Needles, and that's On Every Street by: Karina Halle real fast, like the first day or two when it was published. Now, if you've read Sins & Needles, you may know the scene I'm talking about, the one that Ellie, oh shoot, I mean Eden looks into, and I think the realization of Javier doing something so ahh just horrible, plain horrible, well I felt for Eden, because she fell for Javier, badly.

- In Lennon's Jinx by: Chris Meyers, there's a scene of a young character passing away, and awww it made me real sad, and I thought, wow, what great writing, to make me feel that, and that's rare for me, to feel that, when I'm reading.

Ok, well that's it! Oh And you may have noticed that this is a new blog. Yup. I will stop posting to my old Blog: For The Love Of Film And Novels, in June, and I will start to regularly post to this new one, next Month! I would really appreciate, some follows, either by Bloglovin or GFC. I just created this one yesterday, and I'm pretty excited about it. I'm a little sad about my first blog, but it's been giving me issues, and I will keep it and everything; I just won't be posting it anymore.

Thanks everyone and hope you all have a great weekend, and if you're on Spring Break (Like Me!) then enjoy the rest of your break! :)


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

This Is my First Post: Bloglovin :)

Hey everyone! This is my first post on my new blog: My love for films and novels. It will be like my old blog: For The Love Of Film And Novels. I just wanted a new fresh start & I'm going to try and bring my different followers over here but first, can you follow my blog using bloglovin? :)

More posts will be posted soon!!! :)

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