TGIF April 27




Happy Friday, everyone! 

I haven't participated in TGIF for a long time.

Hopefully I'll be able to find some new blogs to read!

If it's your first time here, please leave a comment and I'll come check out your blog too!







TGIF Answer: When I get in a reading slump, I try to read a book outside of my regular genres. Usually it's so different, I snap out of my slump.




19 comments:

donttakemybooksaway said...

I agree about changing genres. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yours is very cute!

Kate said...

A different book will do it every time! Thanks for stopping by and following - I'm following back!

Laura (All of Everything) said...

Yep, reading some UF always brightens me up! Thanks for the visit, following back :]

Jen Ryland/YA Romantics said...

Changing genres is a great idea!

Loved Immortal Rules!!! For me that was way out of my comfort zone, but I really liked it!

Ashna Banga said...

I read different genres as well (you know that already! :P) It works for most people, going by the answers.
Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

New follower.

Bob Milne said...

Thanks for stopping by - happy to return the visit and the follow.

I don't generally read outside my genres, but I will switch between genres to beat the blues.

Bob @ Beauty in Ruins

Kah Cherub said...

Thanks for stopping by! I'm following back!

Jessica@a GREAT read said...

I don't really get slumps too much! Although I am sure I will be getting one sometime soon since I've been saying that all day!

Thanks for visiting and following my blog! I follow you now too!

Have a GREAT weekend!

NEW Follower :D

Sidne said...

that is funny. will definitely try that one. LMBO.
thanks for stopping by and joining me blog.

BURIED IN BOOKS said...

When I'm in a reading slump, I take a break and read some fluff or write. Or, I visit all the blogs on my blog list posted on my blog and see what they're reading. And I go through my google reader. As a very last resort, I do laundry, but it's gotta be really bad!

Heather

Books And Beyond said...

I love your header! I see you like the blog designer Itkupilli too. She is AWESOME.
When I hit a slump I check out brand new blogs at random to see what they have read. I also like Twilight fan fiction, its a guilty pleasure of mine :) That seems to help me clear the cobwebs.
If I have to I will begin a brand new book until I am feelin the one I lost interest in.
new follower. Have a gr8 weekend <3
*My F&F*

Ashley R said...

I agree with the person above me, I adore your header! The entire color scheme of your blog is gorgeous, actually. (and I'm a new follower :))

Changing genres usually doesn't do it for me, I feel when I'm all slumpy (for lack of a better word haha) I don't connect as easy to a genre outside my usual. I'm wondering if that's mostly because even though I'm a contemporary reader, I read tons of different genres at once -- which is sometimes what puts me into a slump.

Thanks for stopping by my post!

Alex (A Girl, Books, OtherThings) said...

For a reading slump... I usually either try something really out there or go back to some well loved book, usually Harry Potter.

Liz. R said...

A good way to get out of a reading slump! I usually try doing something completely unrelated to reading so that I miss it and want to start again. Have a great weekend!

Jennifer L. Bielman said...

I pretty much have the same answer. :) Thanks for stopping by. New follower.

Eustacia Tan said...

I had the same answer(: Great minds think alike huh? ^^

Thanks for stopping by my blog and following!

Rachel @ Unforgettable Books said...

Hi! Following back!
Thanks for liking my ideas. I like you idea too!
Rachel

Sandra said...

New follower. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I don't get into reading slumps. The only time I am not reading is when I can't decide what to read next due to my huge tbr.

Jessie Marie said...

Very popular answer and it usually works! Thanks for stopping by The Daily Bookmark! I'm a new follower. : )

Jessie Marie @ The Daily Bookmark

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