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Friday, 12 September 2014

Feature and Follow #15

"The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Featured Blogger and this way it allows them to show everyone more new blogs!"

This weeks question: "Before blogging (dark times people!) how would you find out about new books or did you?"- Suggested by A Great Read.

Jacqueline Wilson was my favourite author when I was younger, so I would constantly be on her website looking for news on her new book! When my Mum had a Facebook account and I didn't, I used to ask her to like all of my favourite authors Facebook pages!



  1. I don't think I started using the internet for book recommendations until I started blogging, before I just haunted my favourite bookstores! Except for J.K. Rowling, I'd always be checking for updates on her and Harry Potter! I'm a new GFC follower! Thanks for sharing :) I hope you have a great weekend!
    Friday post
    Juli @ Universe in Words

    1. I was always in my local book shops before blogging! Thanks for stopping by, I have left a comment on your post and followed you back. :)

  2. I used to love Jacqueline Wilson too. I didn't do much on the internet at that time though, so I used to wait for the Scholastic book fairs and see what new books she had coming out. She churned out a lot of books so there was always something new. I'm an existing follower.

    My FF post

    1. She did always have new books coming out! Thank you for visiting, I have left a comment on your post. :)

  3. I got a ton of book recs off of my favorite authors' sites, too! Just hopping through. New follower via GFC.

    Axie @Books are Bread

    1. I used to look on my favourite author's websites every day! Thanks for stopping by, I have followed you back and left a comment on your post. :)


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