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Book Blogger Hop: Favorite blog and genre avoidance

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. This week’s question: What blogger inspires you? It can be any kind, it doesn’t have to be a book blog.

New? Please follow along via Facebook, email, twitter or RSS. Leave a comment letting me know and I’ll do my best to reciprocate!

Hmmm…if you asked me on any given day, my answer might be different depending on whose blog I had just read. Today I’ll go with Making it Lovely. She’s a mother of two small children (similar in ages to mine), interior designer, and a fabulous blogger – while still managing to live in a lovely and stylish home with gorgeous personal style. Not to mention, she has a fabulous library she managed to design from Ikea!

This week’s question is: What genre will you NEVER read?

I don’t think there is a genre I will never read, I will give almost anything a try and there is almost always an exception to the rule (in regards to books I enjoy, i.e. I don’t like westerns, but loved The Sisters Brothers).
What about you? Whose blog inspires you? Any genres you just can’t read?

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  • Karen

    Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my FF. I’ve never heard of Making It Lovely. I’ll have to check it out sometime. (:

  • donnablhmistress

    I am loving reading everyone’s answer to this week’s question.

    as for second part, I will try just about anything at least once.
    My FF

    • Rory O’Connor

      I know, right? I think there is probably at least one book in every genre that would be good…

      Thanks for stopping by!

  • Courtney @ Courtney Reads A Lot

    This blog looks awesome. I love blogs with home ideas and crafty things. 🙂 I used to spend a lot of time on Apartment Therapy. lol

    Thanks for stopping by my FF! New follower by e-mail!

    • Rory O’Connor

      Thanks! I do spend a lot of time on Apartment therapy and hone design blogs, we’re currently renovating our house so I need all the inspiration I can get!

  • Denee

    Oh my goodness you had me at Interior Designer!! I’m soo following both your and her blogs now!
    My FF

    • Rory O’Connor

      Thanks so much! I love a good interior design blog (bonus: she loves books and has a gorgeous library!).

  • Emily

    I love looking at other people’s answers. That way, I can find new people to love too!(:

  • Sandy @ Scribing Shadows

    I have to agree, there is always an exception to a rule and there are many genres I thought I would never try but have or have a book that I am interested in.

    New follower, following through RSS 🙂

    My Blog Hop Post

  • Ali

    I just popped on to Making It Lovely ~ what a fun blog, thanks for sharing it!!
    My FF

  • Jennifer

    Stopping by from the blogger hop..hello! I’ll have to check out your favorite blog, thanks for sharing.

    I’ll give *nearly* any book a fair try but I do have a few no-no genres 😉

    Have a great weekend!

  • Shan

    I felt the same way about The Sisters Brothers! I don’t like Westerns but love that one, which showed me that I should give things a chance and if it’s not my cup of tea, I can put it down.
    Here’s mine

  • Susan (Bloggin’ ’bout Books)

    I was tempted to say westerns, too, except I could think of a few that I did enjoy. So, the only genre I can say—without hesitation—that I will never, ever read is erotica. Other than that, I’m willing to try just about any book as long as it sounds intriguing.

    Happy Hopping!

  • Giselle

    That’s a new blog to me I’m gonna have to check it out. I love the name! 🙂

    Xpresso Reads

  • Kaitlin

    I used to be addicted to westerns when I was a kid, and I especially loved anything with Native Americans haha. Oh, how tastes change. Hmm, I think the one genre I usually avoid is YA realistic fiction. I dunno, I just can’t get into it. (Though sometimes I make exceptions).

    Read. Write. Love.

    • Rory O’Connor

      Thanks for popping in! I tend to agree avoid realistic YA too, but (happily), of course, there are always exceptions 🙂

  • Shay @365 Books A Year

    Thanks for visiting my FF. I’m following you through RSS. I pretty much will try any genre. There are obviously some I prefer and others I’m not really crazy about. But, I think a really great book is a really great book. I don’t really read romance books or erotica.

  • Vickie

    Personally for me it is Poetry…I don’t like it and most of the time it just annoys me. And menage, I only need one other naked person in the room.

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