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Friday, November 23, 2012

New Feature: Book Blogger Confessions


The name says it all. Confessions of a Book Blogger. We all have our vices, and when I come across other confession posts I always am left saying "I thought I was the only one!"

This will be a weekly(sporadic) post for me(feel free to do your own!) Where I post my confessions, a rant, a what grinds my gears segment... anything! This space is going to be used to get it off my chest!

Want to join in? Feel free to comment below, post on my The Crazy Bookworm's Facebook or Tweet me @Cat_B87 or use the hashtag #bloggerconfessions

When you didn't love a very loved book!

The Blogging Community is always bursting with new books and must-have reads. Everyone is talking about how amazing 'That one book' is. You check out Goodreads and can't find a negative review anywhere. Without hesitation you purchase the book. If all your friends and beloved blogging community loved it, then certainly you will, right? Wrong!

Did I miss something? Was I distracted? 

I don't know about you, but whenever I didn't love that much loved book, I start to question if I missed something. Then comes the hard part, how do you admit that you didn't like it?

This seems to happen to me a lot with Dystopian novels. Although I loved Divergent, The Hunger Games and Eve, I haven't had much luck with others. One specifically was The Pledge by Kimberly Derting. Everyone and their mother loved this book. I was looked at like I had 3 heads when I admitted I didn't quite enjoy it.

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What did I miss?!

What do you do when you don't love that much hyped book?

4 comments:

  1. I just commented on your 'Feature & Follow' Post but this sounds like a great feature. 'Feature & Follow' is my first meme that I'm actually doing every week now, but I would love to try this one very soon :)

    Marissa @ For The Love Of Film And Novels

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  2. There were a lot of comtemp books this month that I didn't like very much, and I kinda feel guilty about giving them a bad review. But you should give your honest opinion, that's what blogging is about, but sometimes it hurts a little. I like this new feature.

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  3. I know exactly what you mean, I always feel like I'm missing something big when everyone loves a book that I really didn't like (this happened with ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND for me. I almost feel like I should go back and reread the book to find out what I missed that was so amazing. Love the feature by the way :)

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