Thursday, April 25, 2013

Booking Through Thursday - Sports

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This week's question...

1. Do you read books about sports?
2. How about AT sporting events? (Kid’s soccer practice?)

My answer...

I love baseball and the Yankees, so I will read books about them, if they interest me. I do love reading sports romances - I prefer baseball romances, but I will read other sports too - football, hockey, basketball, etc. I'm familiar with all those sports even if they aren't favorites of mine.

As for reading at sporting events, the only time I go to sporting events is to see a Yankee game and I get too caught up in the game to even want to try and read. I don't have children so going to kid's sports practices aren't an issue for me. I probably wouldn't read there anyway because there would be too many distractions.


  1. I agree about there being too many distractions at sporting events to read!

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    Wendy @ Wendy's Musings

  2. Nice answer, here's mine.

  3. I can't read at sporting events, but I can read at amusement parks, once in a while!

  4. I didn't know "sports romances" were a subgenre of romance! Makes sense though. There seems to be a subgenre for fire fighters, military folks, doctors, cops... just another uniform I guess!

  5. I love sports romances!! I'm actually hosting a sports romance challenge this year. But I don't watch real life ones AT ALL. On tv or real life. Just so not my thing. But reading them? LOVE! LOL


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