Let’s Talk Bookish – October 7th

Friday’s are for The Let’s Talk Bookish Meme which is a weekly meme created by Rukky@EternityBooks and is now hosted by Aria @Booknookbits.

Todays topic is DNFing books (Mint @ Mint Loves Books)

DNF is an acronym that stands for did not finish. 

What makes you DNF a book? The most common reason I dnf is because I am just not enjoying the book. This can be because of the characters, the writing or maybe the setting. Every once in awhile I will dnf because something in the books turns me off.

How often do you DNF books? If you follow my blog at all them I’m pretty sure you already know that I dnf all the time! I don’t waste time on reading books that I am not enjoying because there are too many waiting for me to read them!

What’s the silliest or pettiest reason why you DNF’d a book? I’m pretty sure I have dnf’d a book because I didn’t like some of the phrases they used. Not that they were bad phrases but they just really bugged me.

Do you review books that you DNF? If the book is an advanced reading copy then I will write a review for it otherwise I will just give one or two sentences on why I decided not to finish the book.

Do you DNF books? Let me know in the comments below!

Published by Becky Lewis

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog. My name is Becky and I am a Real Estate Agent/Stay At Home Mom and I live in the beautiful state of Colorado with my husband, two kids, dog and cat. I am an avid reader and read on average 2-3 books a week. I started my blog because I needed a place where I could talk about books and put down my thoughts on all things book related.

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