13 February 2015

Feature & Follow Friday #2 (Feb 13th)

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Every week, 2 blogs will be featured allowing everyone to discover some new blogs!

I would really appreciate it if you followed me through GFC or Bloglovin', leave a comment below and I would definitely follow back! :) You can also follow/friend me through Goodreads or Twitter(Its a new Twitter account, any new followers would be greatly appreciated!)

Question of the week: Do you use the #FF on twitter on Fridays?

Nope I don't actually use that because it is not unique to the book blogging community. There are a lot of random people using it so it gets a bit confusing and tedious to look through all the irrelevant accounts. :/ Or maybe I'm just being a noob at Twitter.

P.S. I need more bookish friends on Twitter! @burstingbooks

Leave links to your Feature & Follow down in the comments below and I'll surely drop by!

23 comments:

  1. Haha, I don't either!

    Follower via Bloglovin', follow back?
    ~Fari 0:) @ My Little Corner for Books

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  2. I'm a Twitter noob, too! I hardly even understand the question being asked today. ): Old follower but I followed you on Twitter! (:

    Here's my FF!

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    1. Lol same, I should probably look up on how to use twitter more effectively :P
      Thanks, followed you back!

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  3. I am the same way too! It definitely can get confusing.
    New Bloglovin and Twitter follower
    My FF

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    1. IKR! Thanks for the follow, followed back! :)

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  4. I had no idea there was such a thing as #FF! I would give it a try but I totally suck at hash tags they're just not for me. I suppose I'm just a noob too! We'll be noobs together! Lol

    New GFC and Bloglovin' follower!

    My FF

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    1. Lol, hopefully I will catch on...eventually!

      Thanks for following, followed back! :)

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  5. I don't even have a Twitter account - yet. I have such a to-do list for my blog and this is the weekend I get this stuff done. I wouldn't know a hashtag if it came up and bite me on the hash. :)

    Old Bloglovin' follower

    My FF this week

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    1. :P It is actually pretty fun! You should try it sometime. :)

      Thanks for dropping by!

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  6. I use Twitter for blogging purposes, so I don't use the #FF, but if someone follows me I'm likely to follow back.
    New BlogLovin & Twitter follower.

    My FF: http://onceuntold.blogspot.com/2015/02/feature-follow-friday-1.html

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  7. I use #ff from time to time. Normally just to give a shout out to some blogging buddies.
    Old GFC follower
    New twitter follower
    Monique @ Mo_Books

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  8. I don't use #FF,I already follow 2001 people and I can't follow till I reach more followers.
    I'm new GFC follower.My FF:Books are my life

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  9. That's a really good point, I never thought about it that way. I think the book blogging community is really great at interacting with one another and I have never felt the need to tell my followers other book bloggers to follow. So I don't really use it.

    Happy FF! New Bloglovin and Twitter follower.
    Cassi @ My Thoughts Literally

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    1. Yes, everyone is so nice! :)

      Thanks for following, followed back!

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  10. I am so, so bad at twitter, so I barely use the website, never mind the #FF hashtag! I need to practice haha.

    Here's my post: http://books-over-bros.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/feature-and-follow-friday-1.html

    :)

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  11. I have never heard of the #FF tag on Twitter, and not real sure even what it is LOL Still new to all this blogging stuff.

    My FF

    Followed you via GFC

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  12. I don't use #FF much either. Followed you via GFC. Here's my FF: http://bookstopcorner.blogspot.in/2015/02/feature-follow-friday-1-using-hashtag.html

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  13. Yes, it is totally irrelevant to the book community, and if you only follow book people, then there's absolutely no point in doing it and you're better looking at twitter's own recs.

    Regular follower xx

    My FF

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