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Feature & Follow Friday (#10)

4/25/2013


The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read.


This week's Question: Is there a song that reminds you of a book? Or vice versa? What is the song & the book?
Nothing immediately comes to mind sometimes I'll listen to a song and it will remind me of the book I'm currently reading, but then I promptly forget about it. 





50 comments:

  1. That is OK about not being able to think of a song, I went with one that I had originally posted to my FaceBook wall.

    New Follower here, Come check out my answer The Bookish Diaries

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  2. Congrats on being featured! I agree-I don't know a song that really reminds me of a book sometimes a song will come on the radio and I'll think back to a book I just read.

    Jess @ Literary, etc (old follower)

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  3. Congrats on being featured! I am a huge music lover and always listening to music when I read so I am always connecting songs with books :-) Old Follower stopping by

    Chelsea @ Starbucks & Books Obsession

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  4. Unfortunately, I have never experienced connecting a book to a song, or vice versa. Congratulations on becoming the feature! Old Follower!

    Starry Storm

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  5. Congrats on the feature! I know what you mean. These questions always put me on the spot and sometime next week I'll think of an awesome answer. LOL. :D Following you via GFC. Check out my FFs are at Musings on Fantasia and LKHill. Happy Friday!

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  6. Haha that happens to me a lot too! Sometimes I feel like I have short term memory loss. >.< Congratz on being the feature! :D

    Old GFC follower.
    Here's my #FF.

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  7. I normally forget too! I just happen to be reading a book now that reminds me of two songs, but usually I can't remember the song once it's done playing.

    New Follower!
    Here's my My FF

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  8. Hopping through. I know exactly what you mean. It's easy to forget something that jogs your memory.
    My Hop

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  9. Congrats on the feature. I'm a new GFC follower. My blog is http://whitsbookworld.blogspot.com/

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  10. Congrats on being featured this week. I had to give this question a bit of thought to.

    New Follower here.

    You can follow me back @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

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  11. Congratulations on being featured! I'm a new follower. ❤

    T. R. Graves, Author

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  12. I'll listen to a song and think of a book then I'll completely forget, unless it's a song that makes me think of something I'm writing at the time. Then I have to listen to it until the writing is complete. Not a good scenario for anyone. New Linky follower. Here's my FF.

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  13. Congrats on being featured! I am a new follower via GFC & Twitter. It is rare for me to find a song that matches a book I have read. My FF.

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  14. Congrats on the feature! You know I used to have the same problem, but recently there has been one song that I always connect to a book. Old follower!

    My FF

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  15. Congrats on being featured!
    I have a lot of songs that remind me of books and I mostly write them down so I can later share them with my bookish buddies. ^^

    Old follower!

    Here's my FF!

    ~Stephanie @ Bookfever

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  16. Congrats on the feature...

    Took me a bit to think of a song too, but remembered a great scene fom a book that I luved!!

    Come and check out my FF @ Nomi’s Paranormal Palace
    Old Follower :)

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  17. Congrats on the feature!

    Old follower.
    Bieke @ Bookaddict Bieke

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  18. Congratulations on getting featured! :)
    *new GFC, Linky, Networked Blogs and Bloglovin follower* :)

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  19. Congrats on the Feature! Honestly, I can't think of any songs that remind me of a book. I usually read in quiet and get distracted by music.

    New Follower via GFC
    My FF @ The Creative Forum
    Happy Reading! :)

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  20. I'm quite the opposite! There are always songs that I can't shake off and until now...they follow me through every book! Congratulations on being featured :)

    -New GFC Follower
    My FF :3
    Jahzeiah @ Mermaed Books

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  21. CONGRATS ON BEING FEATURED!
    New BlogLovin Follower
    Danielle @ Coffee and Characters
    http://www.daniellecromero.blogspot.com

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  22. Congrats on being featured, new follower!
    FF

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  23. I love Florence and the Machine....I noticed it on Parajunkee's webpage where you are being FEATURED! Yipppeeee!

    Here is my FF @ FueledbyFiction

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  24. I forgot to mention I am already a follower through GFC.

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  25. Congrats on being the feature! Old followers through GFC here! :)

    I'm actually with you. I don't ever think of song/book combinations on my own. I had to work really hard to try and come up with one for this F&F! I always find it interesting to see what others come up with, but never feel the need to do it myself!

    My F&F

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  26. I love your layout! Welcome to the blogging world. I am new too and I look foward to more posts! I am follwing via twitter and via gfc!

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  27. Congrats on being featured this week! Exciting, and you'll be pretty busy answering people today ;)

    I'm an old GFC and Bloglovin' follower, here's my FF post for this week. It took me a while to come up with an answer, too.

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  28. Congrats on the follow. :) I was afraid I'd be the only one with a similar answer to yours! lol It's been great seeing different answers, though.

    My FF

    Brandy @ A Little of the Book Life
    Old Follower

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  29. Congrats on the feature! As much as I love music and books, I usually don't connect the two. Every once in a while a song will remind me of a character, but not very often. I do have one for this week's question though. Hope you stop by to check it out :D. New GFC follower.

    Traci @ Mad Hatter Reads

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  30. I know what you mean.

    old follower

    http://itchingforbooks.blogspot.com/2013/04/feature-follow-45.html

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  31. Congrats! on being featured.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2013/04/feature-follow_26.html

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  32. Congrats on the feature! I usually don't really relate the songs to books either unless it's specifically mentioned on the book already.

    New Follower :)

    Nyx @ Unraveling Words

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  33. Congrats on being featured this week! :)

    Nothing came to my mind either. I tried and tried to think of something, lol, but I couldn't.

    I'm a new follower on Bloglovin
    My FF & BBH Post

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  34. Hi. I don't relate songs to books either, and don't really listen to music while reading.

    New follower via GFC.
    Thanks,
    Sandra

    SSBF Blog

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  35. Congrats on being featured!
    lol that happens to me all the time, which is why I had a tough time, but then I finally came up with something :)
    New follower via GFC

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  36. Congrats on being featured! Oh! and I now follow you on linky!
    http://www.shesinlovewithbooks.blogspot.com

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  37. I couldn't really think of anything, either. my brain just doesn't work like that :)

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  38. Congrats on being the feature!! :D I know what you mean, I rarely read with music and even then it'd be light, classical type background music...so it can be hard to link up songs & books. Thanks for sharing & have a GREAT week end!

    Old follower,
    Micheline @ Lunar Rainbows

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  39. Congratulations on being the feature! I had a hard time with this week's question, too. I think because I often read with baseball on in the background and that doesn't quite count as music!

    My FFF

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  40. Congrats on being feature!!

    Here is my FF

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  41. Congratulations on being featured :)!! I read books and think of the perfect music but like you I forget it after I move on! However, I've found some music that sticks in my mind for some novels :P

    Nice FF! New GFC Follower!! & Happy Friday :)

    My FF HERE.

    -Seirra @ Dear, Restless Reader

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  42. Congrats on being the feature! (I'm probably like the millionth person to tell you that!) I normally am not a big music listener, but somehow some music got stuck in my head for certain books!
    Old Follower via bloglovin'.
    Here's my F&F post

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  43. Hi! New follower here. Your blog design is super cute!

    Here is my F&F @ Thinks Books!!

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  44. LOL, that happens to me too! I'll hear a song and then I'll forget about it when I need to remember it!

    Old GFC Follower, new Twitter)

    My FF

    Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros

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  45. Hi.. I can't really listen to music while reading. It distracts me too much and I usually end up singing along! So my choice of song and book are an exception.

    New follower here. Have followed you through all your networks and twitter etc..

    Linsey @ mybooksnthings.com

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  46. I actually don't listen to music while I read it distracts me. I'm a new networking blogs follower & Twitter as well @Itarisita.

    Here's my FF:


    http://mymidnightfantasies.blogspot.com/2013/04/q-there-song-that-reminds-you-of-book.html

    Have a good rest of the weekend!

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  47. That's fine! Yes, I have! New follower through bloglovin!

    Nina @ The Bookish Confections

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  48. i adore your layout!i look forward to your posts, if you can i'd love if you followed me back

    http://guinandlibertadtomas.blogspot.com/

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  49. If I read during the day, I like to put headphones on and listen to music since my husband is usually watching TV. TV distracts me, lol. I have to have the music turned down low but not too low to where I can hear the TV. At night before going to sleep, I like reading in silence.

    New follower by GFC and Bloglovin! :D
    My FF

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