Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Its a way to get out there and meet new bloggers and discover new blogs. :)
Q. Do you have a favorite series that you read over and over again? Tell us a bit about it and why you keep on revisiting it?
One of my fave series is the Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld. I don't know what it is about those books but I love rereading them. I love the world Scott created in that series. I love the things they have to fight and overcome throughout the series. I also love how most of the characters grew too, not just a few. I'm also a big fan of dystopians so that another reason I keep reading them too.
I haven't reread this yet because I just read it for the first time and finished it today but also Divergent by Veronica Roth. I can tell I'm going to be rereading it a lot until the next book comes out and even after. And again, it goes along with my dystopian theme. Lol.
Q. As a blog reader, what information (besides the book review) do you like to see in other bloggers' reviews of books? (For example - Author bio, social media links, book synopsis from Amazon/Goodreads or one written by the blogger, page count, ISBN number, link to purchase, etc.)
I like to see a synopsis of the book, whether the blogger writes it or if its from amazon or goodreads. A synopsis in a review really helps the reader get the idea of the book, especially if they haven't read it before. I feel like the synopsis being there helps the reader understand just that much more some of the things you write in your review pertaining to the books. I also like to see links to purchase the books, yes I know, I don't currently do it myself but that's because I've been more focused on reading and writing my posts. Once I get caught up on reviews and reading then I'll go back and add links. It doesn't really bother me if there's social media links or not because I personally am following many authors on Twitter already and a number of author blogs.
Just so everyone knows, Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Jen at Crazy-For-Books