Friday Memes #32

November 1, 2013 Whitney Friday Memes 19 Comments

A: What book are you embarrassed to admit you LOVED? (try to think beyond Twilight)

Q: The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough, It is complete trash and a complete guilty pleasure.  I love both the book and mini-series and frankly I’m not ashamed about it.  Although the first time I read it was in 11th grade and my English teacher caught me reading a few pages before class.  Being mildly appalled he made a few comments to the class about reading appropriate materials, knowing full well they were directed at me.

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Q: When you are out of town, do you still participate in weekly memes or do you have your post scheduled to appear on your blog and perhaps check back? Or do you not participate at all?
A: No, I don’t participate in weekly memes such as Blog Hops and Top Ten Tuesday because it requires you to “link up” and if I’m out of town I’m not able to do that.  This past August I was blogging incognito due to my brother’s wedding, to compensate for this loss I scheduled book reviews, recruited guest posts and posted a few surveys to fill the void.



19 responses to “Friday Memes #32

    • I know what you mean about book covers. Fortunately The Thorn Birds cover is pretty non-descript — nothing to be embarrassed about. On the down side a lot of people (like my teacher) already know its trashy.

    • Your welcome, thank you for returning the visit. I just read the description for The Thorn Birds on Goodreads and it sounds a little perverted, but I promise it is a good read.

    • I love the mini-series or that is to say Richard Chamberlain.

      I have never read V.C. Andrews but I've been seeing the series a lot on this blog hop I'll have to give them a try.

  1. I love the name of your blog! Too cute. I've never heard of that book but I can't believe that the teacher did that! Reading should be encouraged no matter what it is. I picked 2 children's series for mine that I read a couple of years ago.
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  2. I can't say I've heard of this book, but I love guilty pleasure books! I read a lot of Sandra Brown's romance novels for a guilty pleasure and as I've grown up, I'm much less embarrassed about it (:

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