Feature & Follow #22

 Feature & Follow is hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read I love meeting new blogger buddies, visiting old ones, and catching up my reader buddies too! Please leave your links and I will visit your FF post as well and follow you back, and most importantly;  if you’re a reader of mine without an FF post answer in my comment box. I would love to hear from you! Since my blog is self hosted the easiest way to follow me would be Email subscription, RSS reader, Linky, and I’m on Twitter too click here to find me—> @SooooVain

 

 

Q: Do you mind books with similar ideas to other books? Similar concepts, backgrounds, retellings or pulled-to-publish fanfic?

 

My answer will most likely be unpopular but, to be honest I don’t mind it at all. For an example one of my favorite series Fifty Shades of Grey began as a *gasp* Twilight fanfic. Without E.L. James using the idea in a contemporary romance role with a co-dependent couple with a flavor for KINK, I wouldn’t have had the pleasure of obsessing with my friends over Fifty Shades of Grey! ;) ♥♥

 

 

What about you? Do you mind books with similar ideas to other books? Similar concepts, backgrounds, retellings or pulled-to-publish fanfic? I would love to know your answers! Even if your not participating in FF or you don’t have a blog but your a reader, please share your answers with me!! Leave me a comment! Happy Friday!! ♥♥

Miss Vain

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11 Responses to Feature & Follow #22

  1. Lexxie says:

    Hello MissVain :) yes, I am thinking your answer will be a little controversial today. I am an old follower.

    Here’s my
    FF post for this week.

    Have a fantastic Friday!

  2. Feature & Follow says:

    Sometimes when reading the same genres, it can it repetitous; so I try and read a little bit of everything . It’ salsa not boring. Have a Good Friday.

  3. Mariya says:

    I swear those Twilight lunatics compare Twilight to anything that has romance in it. So annoying. Sometimes I wanna scream, “Get a life!” :)

  4. Patricia says:

    I really love AU-fanfictions, but I’m not sure about them getting published. I would definitely buy my favorite FF authors’ original fiction, but the fanfiction.. I don’t know. Often, the writing is different from OF, because there are so many things already established in the original. And so far, I haven’t managed to like published FF for more than a few weeks at best. :/

    Patricia // My Hop

  5. I can’t say I agree. I am not too fond of fanfiction becoming published, nor was I a fan of Fifty Shades, but I don’t think your answer will be all that unpopular. After all, Fifty Shades is a pretty popular series and I think it goes to show that most people either don’t mind or don’t notice.
    Old follower via email.
    Here’s my FF: http://meganm922.blogspot.com/2012/11/feature-and-follow-fridaycopycats.html

  6. Hi,
    I’ve been enjoying this blog hop, which has brought me to your lively site.
    Kind regards,
    Adele.

  7. Alison says:

    Hopping through. Still need to read 50 Shades. I don’t think it’ll be my thing but I’m really curious. Waiting for it at the library.
    My Hop

  8. Beckey says:

    At times I lean toward these types of book (even mentioning in my Good Reads reviews “if you liked such & such book than this may be a book for you” …

    Good question
    Not sure what an FF is or anything but Facebook & Twitter share the books I read
    Good reads – BeckeyWhite
    Twitter @beckeywhite

  9. new follower through email. I can be found and followed at bethartfromtheheart.blogspot.com. I haven’t read any fan-fiction, so guess I can’t relate, but to each his/her own. We are all different and it depends on how well a retelling or a similar idea is written and delivered.

    Happy Reading!
    Beth

  10. I don’t mind similar backgrounds/concepts as long as the author shows creativity in a major way. Using a basic idea as a starting point is fine as long as it escalates from there. I don’t think your answer is too controversial…

    Old follower.
    Jennifer @ Feminist Fairy Tale Reviews

  11. Looks like your answer is quite popular, no worries ;-)

    I’m a new follower :D Here is my FFF

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