Books Before Blogging & How They’ll Always Hold a Special Place in My ♥

Posted August 30, 2016 by Erica || 4 Comments

special books, special place

the hunger gamesthe fault in our starsfifty shades of greybreathless

the cliquethirteen reasons whyttylcrank

I will be spending more time later on about each one of these books. I have re-read some of them whether it be full on re-read or just a brief skimming over. I want to talk about each book and how I used to feel about them and how I feel about them now. Some I continue to love no matter what and others I kind of have a love/hate relationship with.

The few that I will love no matter what: The Hunger Games, Crank, The Clique, Breathless and The Fault in Our Stars

The few that I have a love/hate relationship with: Thirteen Reasons Why, TTYL and Fifty Shades of Grey

I cannot wait to share with you guys my reviews. I kind of want to do a sixteen & younger self reading these review and then below that a review of the book now. I feel like I love these books so much because before blogging I was less critical about books and I reviewed (in my head) solely on emotion. Now, I have some other aspects to consider when reviewing. Blogging has definitely changed my outlook on some books and how I feel/think overall. I have love/hate relationship with that as well. I think this topic has definitely stemmed a future discussion post out of me. I want to go deeper into the whole reading before blogging vs reading after blogging. Let me know if you guys would be interested in a discussion post about that.

Okay, enough rambling from me. Have you guys read any of these books? Did you read them before blogging like me or after? What are your thoughts on some if you have read them?

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4 responses to “Books Before Blogging & How They’ll Always Hold a Special Place in My ♥

  1. kindlemom1

    I read the Hunger Games long before blogging, in fact it was one of the first series I read on my Kindle (way back when) when I first got one. I did love it even if the last book was a bit of a stinker for me.

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