18 June 2011

BOOK BLOGGER HOP #4

This week’s Book Blogger Hop question, hosted by Crazy-for-Books is:

“HOW MANY BOOKS ARE CURRENTLY IN YOUR TO-BE-READ PILE?”

In my physical to-read pile, there’s about 10. As I get so many books from the library, I try not to take loads out or I end up getting confused and taking them back late! These include Coraline, Beautiful Lie, Black Swan Rising, The Unremembered, The Graveyard Boy, and Beautiful Creatures.

In my Goodreads pile, there’s 90+, but really I could make that a few hundred. I try to keep it low so I have a better chance of looking through them and actually deciding what to read next!

This week’s Follow Friday question, hosted by Parajunkee is:

GENRE WARS! WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE GENRE AND WHICH BOOK IN THAT GENRE IS YOUR FAVOURITE?

This is really tough. I love YA, Dystopian and Fantasy. Just because I have read it recently, I’m going to say Dystopian, and Divergent as Veronica Roth as the best novel. The society setting is really interesting, and I love Tris and Four.

5 comments:

kara-karina@Nocturnal Book Reviews said...

abount 180 books in mine. I usually make a list of what comes out each month and then try to read it, but I'm always couple of months behind. Plus I keep adding old books which I find interesting. *sigh*

Cristina said...

I started Divergent last night. I've read so many great reviews.. and I can see why, I was instantly hooked!

karen! said...

I'm just popping over (a little belatedly) from Parajunkee. I hope you have a nice weekend.

I'm your newest follower.
(my blog)

Mimi Valentine said...

Hey! Thank you so much for stopping by -- we have super similar tastes in books! It was a really hard choice for me to pick only one, so I ended up picking more than one genre just like you x)

Truthfully, though, anything YA is usually in my reading range. That it's dystopian or sort of magical only makes it better! ;)

Hope you have an awesome weekend!

kaye (paper reader) said...

We're on the same wavelength with genre and TBR, although I keep on getting sidetracked with other books that I pick up just to read for fun and then end up wanting to write reviews for.