STARTING 4/8/17: Six Word Saturday is now being hosted by the lovely Debbie at Travel With Intent. If you aren't already following Debbie, please visit her blog for Six Word Saturday and her beautiful photos. I'll continue to participate from time to time but please go to Debbie's for the official posts.


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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Six Word Saturday


not even fun to dislike her


This book I'm reading right now... I don't mind when a book is long if it doesn't feel long. And I don't mind if a character isn't likable as long as it's fun to dislike him/her. At the moment, I'm too stubborn to put the book down (300+ pages into a 600+ page book) but I can't wait until it's over. What do YOU do with a book/movie/tv series like that? (Nope, not telling you what book it is so don't ask.)

Question: I'm aware word verification is appearing before the comments. I have it disabled. It appears that if you leave the field blank, you can still enter a comment. I tried to figure it out when it first started but had no luck. I'll try again when I have some time.


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Each week (probably on Sunday or Monday), I use random.org to select a bunch of entries to visit.  Or I visit everyone. Or even numbered entries. Or odd numbered entries. Or multiples of three. Depends on what's going on that week.  In addition, please visit the person ahead of you on the list (or visit everyone if you like!). That way everyone receives at least one visit!

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7 comments:

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

You're obviously more stubborn than I. I would end up picking up something else to read and the one I'm struggling with would gradually move further and further down the pile of books to read that eventually I'd forget about it!

Romi C said...

Thank you for hosting this wonderful blog hop.

Elaine - I used to be indecisive said...

I used to struggle on with a book when I either didn't enjoy the story, or didn't like the main character, but now I just leave it and move one to the next book in the pile! I have decided that life is too short. It's the same with TV series, if the first couple of episodes don't get my attention then I stop.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I no longer plow doggedly through books that don't hold my attention.

Middle Girl said...

I tend to labor on as well. Though the overdue fines may temper that folly in the future.

Kathe W. said...

I read recently a best seller that I was enjoying til the last 100 pages of the 600+ pages.
The characters were so awful with no redeeming qualities that I heaved the book back into the library's book drop without finishing it. Out of curiosity I read another book by the same author and I think she enjoys writing about horrible people. Will never read another book by this person.

John said...

Pure, unadulterated hatred is always worthwhile.