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Q:It’s that pesky magic book fairy again! She has another wish: What imaginary book world would you like to make a reality?

A:Hmm…well let’s see. I feel like we’ve gotten a few questions like this before. But, I’m going to try to go with something different than my other answers this time.

So I’m going to go with The Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole. First off, this is my favorite PNR series. Ever. Also, the characters are so much fun and the world is just so enjoyable to jump into. So, I think that would be an awesome world to make reality. Yo Nix! Wha-what!

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Q:As a book blogger, how do you introduce yourself in your profile?

A:Are we talking forum/twitter profiles or website profiles? Here’s my profiles for you to see: Goodreads, Twitter, Blog About Page. Generally I go for the whole “I’m a book addict” schpeal. I know, I’m soooo original. Bah humbugh. lol

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Q:Book Disappointments: Have you ever come across a book you were so stoked to read, but it failed miserably in your eyes?

A:First off, this is my first TGIF! Woot woot! But, oh yes, there’s been many. But that’s kind of a given when you read a lot. Let’s see though. The ones that stand out recently are: Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay (didn’t hate it, but didn’t love it as much as I thought I would), One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost (LOVE this series, did not love this book), and actually the one I just finished Chain Reaction by Simone Elkeles (I didn’t HATE this by any means, in fact I liked it, but I was disappointed in it COMPARED to the first two books). I’m sure there are ones I was more disappointed in than those, but those are the most recent examples of books I had super high hopes for (sometimes a bad thing) and they didn’t necessarily live up.

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