TGIF, Follow Friday, and now Let's Talk is brought to you by Ginger @ GReads, Parajunkee, and i swim for oceans. Let's head into the questions! Feel free to leave your own link below.
Reading Blues: We all get them from time to time. What helps you overcome those reading slumps when nothing seems to grab your attention?
I think I've only had this happen once in a profound way in my blogging career so far. I moved past this horrendous time by stepping back a little. I didn't push myself to read just because I've made it my business to read for the Internet. I tried new things on my blog so that I could begin to think in different ways rather than solely through literature. I let myself wander until I came across a book that screamed, "READ ME!!!" in an obnoxiously good way. It's probably not the most efficient way to do things, but it worked for me.
Have you ever had a character that disappointed you? One that you fell in love with and "broke up" with later on in either the series or stand-alone book? Tell us about him or her.
Edward Cullen from Twilight. He represents a perfect boyfriend in many ways, but at some point in time, he's just too perfect and he was pretty unchanging for the longest time. I fell out of love with perfection and I was looking for a guy with some flaws. Simple as that.
What ONE underrated book do you want to share with the blogosphere - new or old?
In general, I haven't noticed very many memoirs being reviewed. They're extremely underrated. I'm reading one right now called 'Prozac Nation' and it's probably one of the most informative and interesting memoirs about a young woman suffering from depression. So that's the book I would like to share with you today!
Thank you very much for reading! Again, feel free to answer these questions for yourself and/or leave your own link below in the comments. I will try my best to stop by your blog this weekend!