October 29, 2010

Follow Friday and Blog Hop

Follow Friday


Question: If you have , or would have a daughter, what book would you want her to read?
Answer: I would have a whole list for her! Hunger Games being the first, the thing is hunger games will never go out of style, ever, because it isn't modern or at a set future. Number two would be how to kill a mockingbird.

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Book Blogger Hop
Book Blogger Hop

Question: What is the one bookish thing you would love to have no matter the cost?
Answer: Honestly? Bookshelves, tons of them that line the room! Or one of those nifty nooks.

Basically these shelves are perfect!

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This week on the blog:
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Author Interview: Beth Fehlbaum
WOW: Demonglass :D
BR: Just One Wish by Janette Rallison


  1. I would love bookshelves lining my room too. To Kill A mockingbird , I believe , is a book that must be read by every human.
    I am a new follower.
    My Hop

  2. Wow those shelves are AMAZING. I want them. Haha. :)

    I'm a new follower!

  3. I totally agree with you! I would definatly go for shelves! lol...anyways, I'm a new follower and a new blogger stopping by via the blog hop! If your interested in a new (and not the most elaborate blog) you can visit mine! Its: www.lulu-bookaddict.blogspot.com Thanks!

  4. Following the mechanical bunny around...

    Anything bookish... A library at my fingertips at all times. Luckily I have my Nook :D

    A book to recommend to my figurative girl, Twenty Boy Summer & Speak!!

    Sorry no post for hopping tonight but I have a new book review up.

    Mad Scientist

  5. Bookshelves lining my room would be amazing, I agree. And I think The Hunger Games series is such a powerful one -- definitely one my kids would be reading at all times.

    I'm a new follower.

    Hope you stop by my hop :)

  6. Hi! I'm a new follower :-) I would love a room lined with bookshelves too! (check out my post for what I want exactly lol).
    Come see what's happening at GReads!

  7. I like the bookshelves! Good pick. And I agree - one of those nifty nooks would be fun! ;)

  8. Hopping by....great answers!

    Hope you come by and see my answer!

  9. Hopping by from Follow Friday. I am following you and would love it if you follow me back! Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  10. I'd love more bookshelves, too. One just isn't enough, and I've got piles of books everywhere!

  11. Hey! Just hopping by! I'm your newest follower. I always look forward to Friday's and and excuse to discover new book bloggers. Have a great weekend!

    Carmel @ Rabid Reads

  12. new follower great blog please check mine if ou can XD

  13. I had a set of built-in bookshelves like that in an old apartment once. It was nice... I had room for most of my books, plus a lot of knick-knacks.

    For me, I know I'm in the vast minority here, but I am trying to channel my zen side and thin down the ridiculous amount of books that I've got. Too many years of attending ALA conferences and/or Book Expo with oodles of free ARCS had turned my apartment into a book dumping ground! I'm trying to hang on to only those very, very special copies of books (suitable for re-reads, great sentimental value, or appropriate to re-gift to friends) now.

  14. Hopping by from Follow Friday. I am following you and would love it if you follow me back at OpenBookEmptyCup.blogspot.com.


  15. Hello from the Hop.
    What I really need is a Tardis. It is bigger on the inside so there is plenty of storage space, and it travels in time so I can go back and read at the same time as I am doing something else. :D
    I would tell my daughter, if I had one, to read Anne of Green Gables, as it is a series that I loved as a kid (and still do.)
    Great site and I'm following you now.


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