Feature and Follow Friday #24


The Feature and Follow Friday meme is hosted by Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way, it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs.

This week’s question:

Share a random quote from the book you are currently reading.

I am currently reading Like it Never Happened by Emily Adrian:

Like it never happened

Publisher: Dial Books
Publication Date: June 2, 2015
Pages: 368

Summary (from Goodreads): Stereotypes, sexuality, and destructive rumors collide in this smart YA novel for fans of Sara Zarr’s Story of a Girl, Siobhan Vivian’s The List, and E. Lockhart’s The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks.

When Rebecca Rivers lands the lead in her school’s production of The Crucible, she gets to change roles in real life, too. She casts off her old reputation, grows close with her four rowdy cast-mates, and kisses the extremely handsome Charlie Lamb onstage. Even Mr. McFadden, the play’s critical director, can find no fault with Rebecca.

Though “The Essential Five” vow never to date each other, Rebecca can’t help her feelings for Charlie, leaving her both conflicted and lovestruck. But the on and off-stage drama of the cast is eclipsed by a life-altering accusation that threatens to destroy everything…even if some of it is just make believe.

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This is a description of the inside of a car. I chose this because STARBUCKS!!!!

“Flattened Starbucks cups littered the floor, and one of those tree-shaped air fresheners hung from the mirror. I buckled my seat belt and waited for the speakers to betray him.”

Next week’s question:

Name a movie you would have loved to read as a book (That is not a book already obviously).

See you next time on Feature and Follow Friday! Be sure to comment below if you have followed, and I will be sure to follow you back. 🙂


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