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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Book Blogger Hop (11) Follow Friday (10)

Book Blogger Hop

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jen at Crazy for Book.

This weeks question is...

"Which book blogger would you most like to meet in real life?"

This is a totally unfair question! I can't answer just one! There are SO many.  Aylee from Recovering Potter Addict. She's so terribly sweet, and I think her blog is FABULOUS! I also think it would be super cool to meet Ruby from Ruby's Reads, she has an AMAZING blog and an hilarious sense of humour. I love her. Sarah from Miss Page Turner's City of Books I think would be a really cool person to meet as well, and Pam from Midnyte Reader.  So many amazing bloggers that I think I would have a good time meeting.  I am missing a whole slew of people but the question asked for one (but I couldn't pick just one).


Follow Friday is hosted over at Parajunkee's View
This weeks question...
What character in a book would you most like to be, what character in a book would you most like to date?

What is it with hard questions this time around. I loved Grace from Shiver by Maggie Steifvater. I thought she was an amazing character. I totally loved her. I also loved Marianne Engle from The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson (although thinking about it, I don't know that I would want to be her, she was insane). But Grace for sure. Ultimately I would love to date Griggs from Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchettea (how many of you are with me on this one?), I would also date Simon from The Mortal Instruments series, I loved him. I also have to say, I would love to date any of the men found in the Black Dagger Brotherhood- John Matthew or Rhage-But any would do.  I have a thing for Alpha males.

But that is it. Enjoy. And but sure to get in on my give away that ends this Sunday. It's international. Link in the sidebar on your left (Spring Blog Carnival Hop).  

Happy Reading Everyone!


  1. New Follower.
    I loved Marianne Engle but yeah the whole crazy part is not as appealing. I agree with the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Well... maybe not Vishous, he's a little too wild for me.
    Have a great weekend,
    Erika@ Let's talk about books

  2. Yes please to Jonah Griggs. I actually just wrote up a scheduled post with my Top 10 Book Boyfriends and he totally made the list.

  3. Stoppin in on FF :). New follower. Grace was a great character. I've not read the others you mentioned.

    Have a great weekend,


  4. Hi
    Just hopping by!

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

  5. Hi & Happy Friday!

    A great choice..

    I am your newest follower :)


    Have a great weekend.

  6. New follower - love your blog!

  7. Hey you, just stopping by on the follow & hop!
    I could not just give one answer to this week's questions! I have yet to read Shiver. Come check my picks!
    Have a terrific weekend reading !!!
    See ya!
    Readaholics Anonymous

  8. New follower. Love your blog design.

  9. *grins* Sometimes I'm surprised just how many people we know through blogging and books, it's kind of amazing, isn't it?


  10. Oh, I loved Rhage! Sounds like great choices. I thought this was real hard!

    Old follower! My FF can be found here!

    Rebecca @ kindle fever

  11. New follower!
    I've been meaning t read Jellicoe Road, it sounds so amazing!

    My FF

  12. PS- I love your banner, Vladstudio stuff is so cute! I have the pic of lightning fairies as my comp's wallpaper right now =D

  13. How nice of you to mention me! I would love to meet you too. I didn't answer this question because as you said, there are just too many bloggers I want to meet. Can I just say I would love to meet all of them?!

  14. Happy Follow Friday! I am a follower! Hope you will stop by http://EmmaMichaels.Blogspot.com

    Emma Michaels

  15. Great picks on bloggers and dates! I'll have to check out Griggs - I haven't read that yet!


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