Thursday, May 26, 2011

A Follow and a Hop Friday (3)

Hi peeps! It's been a crazy fun week since I've been participating in Armchair BEA, but I couldn't resist  another Follow and Hop Friday (let's ignore that this is posted Thurs night)! The goal of FF and Blogger Hop is to discover new blogs and friends. Welcome :).


Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View!


This week's FF question comes from Louise at Book Bliss:

Q.  How many books do you read in a week? And in what format do you read them, or listen to them.

A. I usually read or listen to 2 to 4 books a week, depending on what's going on that week. I'm usually reading a library book or an ebook (kindle or ePub on my laptop) and listening to a book at the same time. It's rare that I'll be in the middle of too physical/ebooks at the same time though. 



    Book Blogger Hop
    Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer @ Crazy for Books.


    This week's Hop question came from Britta at I Like These Books:

    Q.  What book-to-movie adaptation have you most liked? Which have you disliked?
    A.
    The first question is easy... Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows! I thought it was fantastic! Granted, I watched the movie long after I read the book - on purpose. I learned my lesson by re-reading Prisoner of Azkaban right before the movie released and I was so angry through the entire movie and compared it to the book. I didn't enjoy it because I was preoccupied with picking it apart. I think the book-to-movie adaptation I disliked the most would be Twilight... I know it had a limited film budget but it just didn't live up to the book. At all. Though I still bought it and after watching it 3 or 4 times I like it now?! It seems to get better the more you watch it.


    Happy Hop and Follow Friday! I look forward to meeting new peeps!


    11 comments:

    Shelagh said...

    I'm amazed you can manage to read for any length of time on your laptop. I can read short stories on my PC, but that's about it. My eyes get tired, plus it's a bit difficult to curl up with my computer. ;)

    I actually didn't mind the Twilight movie - there were a few castings that I would have changed because they didn't match the image of a character I had in my head. But apart from that I was pretty happy. I haven't read Prisoner of Azkaban yet, but I did enjoy Part 1.

    Have a great weekend!

    hello tata said...

    I learned my lesson with the Twilight series...I watch Twilight and then read the book. The movie is what got me into the series. I was so irritated that they had left so much out!! Have a good weekend and stop by my blog hellota-ta.blogspot.com

    Jen @ A Book and a Latte said...

    OMG I just lost comments again... 5 on this post from Instant Debate, the Blogger comment system took over. WTF! Thanks Shelagh and hello tata for your comments though I DO appreciate them and will get back to you. I'm so frustrated with comment systems though :(.

    Jenni Elyse said...

    Yeah, Twilight was pretty bad. I liked that fact that it was brought to life, but I really hated how Catherine Hardwicke interpreted the book.

    I loved Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 too. It was great and I'm so looking forward to the second one. Azkaban killed me because it butchered the book! Even without having read the book right before, I still hated it!

    My FF

    xotaytayxo said...

    Hi! i just followed your blog. Could you please check out mine? http://readersparadisebookreviews.blogspot.com

    Howard Sherman said...

    Let’s kick off Memorial Day Weekend with some scandal and controversy.

    I absolutely loved every minute of the Lord of the Rings films and felt they hit the mark when they brought Tolkien’s masterpiece to the big screen.
    (ducking as rotten tomatoes are thrown at me as the torches are lit and the pitchforks raised)

    Wait, wait. I can explain! Hop on over to my blog and hear me out – http://www.howardsherman.net

    Howard A. Sherman, Implementor
    http://www.howardsherman.net

    fakesteph said...

    The latest Harry Potter was my least favorite, but I loved the third one. Yeah, there were a lot of changes, but I thought they made it a better movie. And I didn't like Twilight either. The books seemed romantic, but the movie highlighted how creepy the whole thing was.
    *girl wakes up to strange boy in her room*
    Bella: What are you doing?
    Edward: Watching you.
    Bella: How long? (nevermind why)
    Edward: a couple of months.
    Bella: This is a little creepy.
    Edward: It's cool, I'm a vampire. I sparkle in the sun.

    Book Savvy Babe said...

    happy FF! I just joined your blog, and it seems like GFC is working again, yay (I subscribed via feedburner too, just in case) So, do you have a kindle or do u just use kindle for laptop app? Cause, I have a kindle and I love it. Where do you get your audio books from, I’m going to check audio books out this summer…. My FF is over at my blog:
    Book Savvy Babe

    Madigan McGillicuddy said...

    I'm so glad you said that, because I do that all the time too! I listen to a book on CD, and read a different book. I've had so many people tell me that's absolutely crazy and they couldn't handle it, but what can I say? If it gets me through my TBR faster, than I am all for it! So glad to know that I am not the only one.

    Jen @ A Book and a Latte said...

    I have a Kindle and LOVE it. However a lot of egalleys and books from the Overdrive library download can't be read on the Kindle so I read them on my laptop. I'm actually searching craigslist right now for a Nook so I don't have to use my laptop anymore (which isn't too bad, it's pretty light). I get my audiobooks from my local library, they have a FANTASTIC selection... I'm really lucky. Check out your library!

    Jen @ A Book and a Latte said...

    @Madigan, I LOVE audiobooks! I'm usually always listening to a book. Thankfully my library has been great at keeping a good selection :).

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