Feature & Follow Friday is a weekly Meme hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read. For more information click HERE.
Q. Have you ever wanted a villain to win at the end of a story? If so, which one??
Solstice by P.J. Hoover - I can't say 100% that I wanted the villain to win in this story, but it would be interesting to see what would have happened if he had won. Though we did get a glimpse of what could have happened, I'd like to see how things would have changed if he had won out right.
(I'm totally for the "good" guy in this one)
This week's feature blogger's:
Our Feature - Holjo (Pedantic Phooka)
I am an Account Executive and Mom by day and a book addict by night. You see, I have a touch of insomnia... which means that I often find myself needing something to keep me occupied long after normal people are asleep. I love to read, especially an intense paranormal series, during the wee hours of the night. If it is a really good book, I might look over at the clock at 6am and realize that I didn't sleep at all! I believe that is why God invented coffee.
I started blogging because I didn't have anyone in my daily life to talk to about the books I love to read. I'd finish an awesome book and be dying to talk about it, but couldn't get it out! Blogging and writing reviews is my way of getting closure to the stories I read. I find that I need that in order to start something new. It has been great fun so far!!
"I'm a bookworm from the UK (where the rain's so incessant that it's a choice between reading and gibbering insanity...) - I love all things SFF, and though I go in for more traditional fantasies as well, I'm enjoying all of the original or unique things coming out of the genre at the moment. For example, Mark Charan Newton's Legends of the Red Sun series. As for what I'm reading now? I'm rereading Geist by Philippa Ballantine, which is a great fantasy with a touch of steampunk - and refreshingly short as well!
Other than fantasy, I spend my time on a number of other hobbies (excluding insane mumblings over ASoIaF) - pyrography, kayaking, and writing, to name a few. I started blogging because I wanted to talk about my latest finds, and write about cross-genre trends and features that we don't normally see in reviews: for example, my series on surpassing conventions."