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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Dreaming of #Books #Giveaway Hop


Thanks to Kathy from I Am A Reader for hosting...



Ah, books. Most of us love 'em so much we dream about them.

A disturbing dream inspired my current novel, Twin Sacrifice.

How much do you enjoy books with a dreamlike quality? Not so much dreamy in a romantic way, but more like you can't tell if the plot is a dream or reality. I don't like to feel confused when I read. So I'm hesitant to read Never, Never even though I lurve Colleen Hoover.

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66 comments:

Cali Willette said...

Thanks for the giveaway. A dreamy book has to have romance. <3

Kim Cuasay said...

A dream quality book has unique and great character development plus that twist on the last bits of the book that you'd end up craving for more haha

stacey dempsey said...

Thanks I wasnt sure if you meant dreamy as in romantic or dreamy as is sci fi lol but since I like all kinds of books either is good for me

karin said...

the dream book has an interesting plot and unique characters

Maria Malaveci said...

I absolutely love them!

Jennifer Lane said...

Cali, I'm a fan of romance too!

Kim, good point--if there's awesome characterization, I might forgive a dreamlike, confusing plot.

Stacey, thank you--I edited the post to be clearer.

Karin, I agree.

Maria, awesome! Have you read Never, Never?

Heather62 said...

I felt that Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro had a dreamlike quality and it was one of the best novels I've ever read.

Lindsey V. said...

I don't think I've read a book with a dreamy quality like you've described, but it sounds interesting.

Thank you so much for the post and giveaway! Fingers crossed. :-)

angel d said...

I like them a llot

Salisa Waheed said...

As long as it is believable i'd love it!

Sara said...

I love books with a dreamy quality.

Jan Murp said...

I love all kinds but but fav are horror, mystery’s but I like to read Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King , I would be honer to read your book

Judy Thomas said...

I love all books, from Nora Roberts to Stephen King and everything in between.

Berkeley Hapa said...

As long as there is good writing and plot, I am fine with dreamy!

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It depends on the setting, plot, and subject matter, but it can be very effective!

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Judy said...

I love all genres of books. I like the ones with Romance the best, but I would say most are dreamy.

Joanna Grace said...

I am not a fan of books I read being too dream-like.

kimberly said...

I'm not to much into dreamy books.

Jennifer L. said...

Some dreamy books can be good but they may not be my favourite.

Ana Death Duarte said...

Well, I love The Sandman comics by Neil Gaiman (and a lot of his books have dream quality), but Sandman is totally about dreams, because he is Morpheus, eheheh

Rita said...

It depends on the story.

susan1215 said...

I love books with a dreamy quality

nrlymrtl said...

I like dreams to be prophetic or insightful. If there is a scifi or fantasy touch to the book, that is even better.

Jaime Lester said...

I would have to say it depends on the dream quality itself. Most of the time though, I tend to enjoy those types of "almost outside of reality" type stories!

Lisa Mandina said...

It just depends on the rest of the story. And the characters. The characters make the story for me.

jmcgaugh said...

It depends on the characters and the story.

Marnie Ward said...

I really do like books that have dreamy qualities to them. Who really know sometime what is really happening and what we think is happening?

Christine A said...

I must like them because some of my favorite books have dreamy qualities.

SavingsInSeconds said...

I like the dreamy quality. Real life is way too real to read about it all the time.
Dede

Emily Crowell said...

Dreamy books are books that fully immerse you in the plot and are full of swoon-worthy characters. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mitsy Princell said...

A disturbing dream inspired your newest novel! Interesting! :)

Belinda M said...

I like books with a dreamy quality because it totally takes me away from daily life

Tianna Holley said...

With a fantasy element to it.

Isa said...

I think they're fantastic books to get lost in. Thank you for the giveaway, enjoy your day. :)

Robyn Donnelly said...

I love dreamy quality since I am a daydreamer anyway.

sdlashbrook said...

I don't think I have really read any dreamy books. However, they seem intriguing.

Marta Vieira said...

Love all good stories :)

Alessandra P. said...

I love books with dream quality! *w*
thanks 4 this giveaway!

Nikolina said...

I love all books - and those with a dreamy quality!

Kristen @ Pretty Little Pages said...

Dreamy books have to have romance!

Crystal Rose said...

I like dreamy books.

Jan Lee said...

I don't really care for 'dreamy' state books; as you said it's too hard to tell if it's happening in real (the present tense of the story) or not.

Leanne said...

I like just about any clean romance books.

Anne said...

I like books that are more cut and dried.

Elizabeth said...

I like dreamy books if they're fairy tale or fantasy oriented.

angela smith said...

i dont think i've read any dreamy books.i like romantic suspense/intrigue type books the most

Lea Jerančič said...

Haven`t read any yet, but it sounds amazing!

Jessica Cox said...

I like books with a dreamy romantic drool worthy guy

elin said...

Right now I can't think of any books with a dreamy quality but it sure sounds like an interesting read :D

mandala said...

Dreamy books - fairy tale like and with romance. THanks!

CindyWindy2003 said...

I generally like science fiction/fantasy books so I'm sure I would like dreamy books as well.

judy schechter said...

I don't like books that leave you wondering whether something really happened or if the character was dreaming. This reminds me of the t.v. show Dallas, didn't they turn J.R.'s murder into a dream?

Dovile said...

I like them

Stacy said...

I like dreamy books that are fantasy and have great world building.

dusty katt said...

I love a book that can keep me guessing.

Sabrina West said...

I do enjoy dreamy books, particularly those by Patricia McKillip.

Jay Riv said...

That depends heavily on what you mean by dreamy.
Dreamy as in slow, peaceful (much like cloud watching): Not really.
Dreamy charcters: Meh.
Dreamy as in fantasy; YES PLEASE!
Dreamy as in fairy tales: Yes

Irma Jurejevčič said...

Dreamy yes, but sweet and fairytail -no.

A'lina said...

If it has great characters and story I would read it. Thanks for the chance!

Tanya White said...

I love romance novels best.

Juana said...

I don't think I have read books that have a dream quality, but I think I would like the story/stories.

Mindy Bel said...

Thanks for the great giveaway!
I quite like dreamy books :)

ImSoFreakyLOL said...

thank you for the giveaway. I'm looking forward to read Blocked! :)

Michelle Tucker said...

I like dreamy books, as long as they have strong characters. :)

Christy Maurer said...

I love dreamy, sweet, clean romance books!

Molly Mortensen said...

I don't mind dreamy, but I do like to know what is real as far as what is a dream and what isn't.

 


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