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Q: Jumping genres: Ever pick up a book from a genre you usually don't like and Love It?

Once upon a time there was a store called Borders near my home. Those were happy days were books were available in sinful quantities and bargain bins like cornucopias, were around the store. Those days, now part of the nostalgia I used to venture on those bins and see what I could find out of my reading comfort zone. One day I found The Buenos Aires Broken Hearts Club by Jessica Morrison. I don't tend to choose chick-lit stories. Simply, I thought  the synopsis promised a refreshing entertaining story. The cover was nice and the bargain price too.
The story is fun and I really enjoyed this book.  It was interested how the author portrays Latin america on that side of the hemisphere.

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  1. Hopping through. It's so sad about Borders. Even though it was the big evil corporate bookstore, it supplied so many books to so many people. And was great for the publishing industry.
    My Hop

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  2. I'm a new GFC follower, and I added you to my circles on G+ as well.
    I actually like chick lit, but from a few select authors :)
    Here's my FF post I look forward to hearing from you there as well.

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Chick-lit stories are great reads - I'm glad that you enjoyed the books that you bought!

    I'm a new follower, and here's my FF. :)

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  4. Can't say I've tried any chick-lits but I'll have to look into the genre.

    New follower!

    Happy Reading!
    Austine @ The Red Reader ==> Read my #FF

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