Thursday, March 24, 2011

Booking through Thursday - Series Or Stand Alones?

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This week's question...

Series? Or Stand-alone books?

My answer...

It doesn't matter. I love both. On one hand, I love being absorbed into a series and re-visiting old favorites. It used to be my first choice to read series books, but now, I'll read anything with a good story.

Some of my favorite series books...Cedar Cove by Debbie Macomber, Women's Murder Club by James Patterson and many of the cozy mysteries I love so much are part of a continuing series. Do you have any favorites?

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  1. I love both too. As long as the story captures my interest I'll read it.

  2. For me, it is always stand-alone books. There are exceptions though. Check out those in my BTT: Headlines post!

  3. Both please. The conflict is over at Mostraum Viewpoint ;-)

  4. I agree it's about reading something with a good story. I used to read a lot of series too, but I've gotten into reading stand-alone novels primarily these days.

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  5. I like both, but books in a series more. Here is my answer for this week's Booking Through Thursday.

  6. I am a fan of both. Like the same series as you with the addition of the In Death, Jack Reacher and Pink Carnation series.

  7. I like both, too, although series can present a problem. My BTT

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  8. I like both, as long as it keeps you reading.


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