Feature & Follow #81

Okay, so this is my first time doing this, and it looks totally fun. So, let’s see if I get this right. 

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read.

Gain new followers and make new friends with the Book Blogger Feature & Follow! You are about to make some new friends and gain new followers — but you have to know — the point of this hop is to follow other bloggers also. I follow you, you follow me

This week’s question is: 

Which book genre do you avoid at all costs and why?

I have to tell you, I work pretty hard to avoid historical fiction. No offense meant toward historical fiction writers or readers. It’s just not my thing. Maybe it was because I sucked at history in school? Not really sure, but it just doesn’t seem to have enough action to hold my attention.

How ’bout you? Which genre do you avoid at all costs?

I have a “follow by email” option on the right sidebar, so feel free to sign up. We have a lot of fun here talking movies, music, books, and…well, random things.

Happy Friday, my friends!

Come check out the other blogs on this blog hop…heck, join in, it’ll be fun:



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15 Responses to Feature & Follow #81

  1. Vanya D. says:

    Hmm, lots of people seem to not like historical fiction 🙁

    Following on Networked Blogs 🙂

    My #FF

    • Lynn Rush says:

      Thanks, Vanya!!!!!! Yeah, I’m seeing quite a few aren’t Historical Fiction fans. LOL!!!! 🙂 Thanks for coming by.

  2. Great post, I love history books lol, but I did love history in school lol. New Follower!!! Great post

    Ali @Ali’s Bookshelf

  3. Another person who avoids historical fiction! Not a popular genre, is it? I tend to be pretty fussy about it myself. 🙂

    Following via Networked Blogs. 🙂

    My FF post

    • Lynn Rush says:

      Hi, Sam. I know, right? But I sure see a lot of it out there, especially in the bookstore I work in! 🙂 THANKS for coming by!

  4. Romances. (Big surprise, huh> Ironically I’ve downloaded a few of my blogger buddy’s books and they are romances.) I don’t do westerns, either.

    • Lynn Rush says:

      Oh. My. Gosh. You don’t read romances? Alex…. I’m not sure we can be friends anymore. JUST KIDDING!!!!!!! 🙂

      I’m not a fan of westerns either…they kinda fall under historical. LOL!

  5. To be honest I’ve never read a historical fiction novel. It’s just that those books set in different eras because I feel like I can’t relate to the characters.
    New follower!
    Tabitha @Tabitha’s Book Blog

    • Lynn Rush says:

      Hi, Tabitha!!!!! Yeah, it’s the “relating to the characters” issue I have, too!! Hey, thanks for stopping by!!!!

  6. Bri says:

    Historical fiction sucks butt 😉

    New follower!

    My FF

  7. Burgandy Ice says:

    Oddly popular choice!! I must’ve bumped into a few good ones, or something! I’m following Twitter as @BurgandyIce and Networked blogs as Laura Armstrong. Have a GREAT weekend!!!

    My FF: Colorimetry

  8. Lydia K says:

    There is a lot of historical fiction that I wouldn’t be able to read. I’ve written it, but I can easily see how it would only appeal to a segment of the YA readership.

    This looks like a fun blog hop!

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