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B&A: How many books have you read so far this year?

B&A: How many books have you read so far this year? Topic: How to write a book like hunger games
June 19, 2019 / By Page
Question: Me, Myself, and I: 24. BQ: Are you really into a certain genre right now? Which one? BQ2: Last book you read? BQ3: Are you a Hunger Games fan? Are you happy with the casting of the movie? BQ4: Pudding?
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Mamie Mamie | 10 days ago
Since January? I'm going with... just shy under 100. I read too much. I really do. XD But it's all good. BQ: Not really. I mean, I'm trying to read up on fantasy more so since I'm writing fantasy, but I'm up for reading anything. BQ2: 50 signs of a mental illness. :D It was awesome. Okay, so it was a nonfiction and I read it for research for characters, but still... Awesome book. BQ3: Yes. I do like Hunger Games. I mean, I know there are things wrong with it, but overall, I enjoyed the series. The casting? eh... this might suck, but I'll still probably see it. I mean, I saw The Last Airbender movie when I knew that would suck bad. I'll still see Hunger Games. I like the book and want to see it on screen. BQ4: YES! Puddin is always good. :D
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Mamie Originally Answered: Books for a 14 year old?
Hope this will help: 1. The Boy In the Striped Pajamas- John Boyne (this is one memorable book as many of my friends says-though this is not sci-fi) 2. A Certain Slant of Light - Laura Whitcomb 3. Uninvited - Amanda Marrone 4. Evernight - Claudia Gray 5. The Society of S - Susan Hubbard * Night World: Dark Angel, the Chosen ,Soulmate - L.J. Smith (nightworld series) * Den of Shadow Series by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes * Blue Blood Series by Melissa de la Cruz *The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine - If you really like Vampire Love stories there is this manga called "Vampire Knight" and I heard great reviews from it *Briana's Gift by Lurlene McDaniel *Blood Will Tell Thicker Than Water Brionwy's Lullaby Ash & Mary-Lynnette: Those Who Favor Fire Jez and Morgead's Night Out (All of these are by Lisa J Smith.) *Evermore by Alyson Noel *Evernight (Book one of the evernight novels) by Claudia Gray *Need by Carrie Jones *The Vampire Diaries Series by L.J. Smith *The Summoning (Book one of the Darkest Powers Series) by Kelley Armstrong *Deadly Little Secret (Book one of the touch series) by Laurie Stolarz *Angels and Demons *The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman *Skinned by Robin Wassernan *A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray *The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman *Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene *Chronicles Of Narnia *To kill a Mocking Bird *Books by Mary Higgins Clark *Nightfall by Isaac Asimov *the Three Muskeeters by Alexandre Dumas *Anne of Green GAbles You could try the Classics, that is if you haven't read them already! You could try" Jane Austen books Bronte books like 'Jane Eyre', 'Wuthering Heights','The Professor' (p.s. 'Agnes Grey' is one of my favorites!) Others such as 'Silence of the Lambs','Hannibal the Cannibal','A Thousand Splendid Suns','Kite Runner','the Last Legion' , lord of the ring series et cetera! Enjoy!

Kimberlyn Kimberlyn
BQ: Are you really into a certain genre right now? Which one? I have been really loving like girly novels that include a heroine in an adventure. I have also been really loving girly novels that include fashion makeup and bonding with friends that are going through break ups. Also been loving like mystery like PLL BQ2: Last book you read? Pretty little liars last book BQ3: Are you a Hunger Games fan? Are you happy with the casting of the movie? Yes I love the hunger games except I didnt even know they were making a movie! BQ4: Pudding? IDK Hope this helps P.S I have read about like 30 lol I read a book like every week or 2 weeks but if I really feel like reading that night I can go through about 2 books
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Janessa Janessa
Hey, Pud! You've read 24 books in 3 1/3 months?! You got me beat by a long, long way! What's your goal for the year, if you have any? * B&A: How many books have you read so far this year? I'm not keeping proper track this year, but I must have read about, uh... 12? I'm way behind schedule. =( * BQ: Are you really into a certain genre right now? Which one? Yup. I'm divided between three: Young Adult, Sci-fi, and Historical Fiction. But I'm open to suggestions all the same. =) * BQ2: Last book you read? The Pillars of the Earth, by Ken Follet. You? * BQ3: Are you a Hunger Games fan? Are you happy with the casting of the movie? WHAT?!?! The casting is complete at last?!?! Why didn't anybody tell me?! *goes to scourge the net for info* * BQ4: Pudding? Pudding who? ;-) *EDIT* Jennifer Lawrence for Katniss? Isn't she a bit, er... grown up for the role? And Josh Hutcherson? He isn't that bad, but doesn't quite look like a Peeta to me. Oh, and Liam Hemsworth... nah, nothing wrong with that one. All the contrary. *sigh*
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Eryn Eryn
23 since January 1st, 2011. Darn, we're only one book away from being tied. :,( BQ: Yes; horror. BQ3: Yes! Wait, that just sounded like I said yes to both questions. I meant yes to whether I'm a Hunger Games fan or not. And the movie's casting...not really. But if the chosen actors can act well, then I'm fine with it. BQ4: YES! YES! Give me pudding now! I like vanilla, by the way.
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Clarabelle Clarabelle
11 books according to the book challenge I'm doing. BQ: Historical fiction, usually set in the Tudor and Victorian eras. BQ2: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (I'm re-reading the series) BQ3: Yes I love the series, well so far. I've only read the first book and half of the second one. And no, I think they chose the wrong people. BQ4: Can I have some ice-cream? :P
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Barbie Barbie
Well, counting short stories, 24. Not counting them, 7. But I do count the short stories because they're amazing. BQ: Not really. When I don't have to read for class anymore, I'm going to delve a little into Jane Austen, revisit Harry Potter, and then.. we'll see. BQ2: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson. Really great. I recommend it. The last book I read on my own is Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, which I also recommend. BQ3: Yes, but I didn't know there was going to be a movie! *heads for IMDB* Hmm. Okay, well I don't know this Jennifer Lawrence girl but I think she looks the part. And Gale isn't my favorite so I'm not too concerned about Liam Hemsworth (not that I've actually seen him in anything, anyway). But Peeta! And Josh Hutcherson?! At first I was like "...what." Because for so long, he's been like America's little brother! But he's actually aged well hahaha so, okay, I think I can deal with this :p He was good as a child actor. I hope he's matured in his acting, as well as age, and can pull off a more mature role. But I do have high hopes for him. BQ4: Yes, please! :D
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Adelaide Adelaide
I have read easily 50. I go through a book in 2-3 days. I usually stay up and read about 3 hours each night, and recently I was sick and stayed home for five days, and all I had to entertain myself was reading the HP series three times... (I read way too much... it's a wonder I'm even PASSING school) BQ: high fantasy like the sword of truth series, or sci-fi. I prefer non YA books, I tend to read either adult or kids books... :) BQ2: The seventh Harry Potter book BQ3: Not really. I'm glad they picked someone not too well-known for Katniss, but I'm not picky. I probably won't go see the movie, anyway. BQ4: YES PLEASE!! Chocolate, preferred. :P
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Tate Tate
This year as in since January? Somewhere around 7 or 8.. I haven't really been counting. BQ: Science Fiction ^_^ Particularly dystopians. BQ2: Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. Great book. BQ3: Ehh it was okay. It wasn't as good as I thought it would be, based on the rave reviews and all. But I did see the cast they picked. I honestly don't understand most of their choices, but w/e. BQ4: Only chocolate (:
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Pete Pete
So far this year I have only (sadly) read 6-7 because school is getting pretty hectic. BQ: right now I'm REALLY into books like the Inheritance series! I am so excited for Inheritance to come out in November!!! ahhhhh (<--- that doesn't even sum up my excitement!) BQ2: Red Riding Hood BQ3: I tried reading them but I was that interested and quit. BQ4: banana
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Pete Originally Answered: What books should i read?
Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. It is a true story of growing up in poverty but it has some really hilarious moments. Look on YouTube to see Jeannette talking about this book. I loved it and went on to read "Half-Broke Horses" about her grandmother's life. Equally jarring. Or, Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt. It is the story of Frank's childhood years in Ireland. Again, very sad, but many funny moments. Stays with you long after you finish reading. These would both make great summer reading books and if you like them, both authors have written other books. Happy choosing!

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