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Friday, October 29, 2010

Follow Friday / Book Blogger Hop (13)

A very gloomy and rainy Friday greeting to everyone!

This week is awesome for us in terms of book blogging, and well, books. There are books steadily being sent to us and we love love love it! The big ones I'm waiting for hasn't arrived yet, and I'm really excited to get it, I hope it comes soon. Plus we have a few upcoming events/posts we can't wait to share with everyone, please look forward to that!

The question: If you have, or would have a daughter, what book would you want your daughter to read?

Someday, I'd love to have my daughter read the books I loved when I started reading, like Anne of Green Gables. The Hunger Games series and Graceling and Fire too, since they all have strong female protagonists. I would want my daughter to be strong like them. I'd also want her to read some of the great books today, like Speak and Twenty Boy Summer. I would want for her to be aware of the topics being discussed in the book, overcoming grief and loss of a loved one, and standing up for yourself among a few things. They'll be of great use to her when she grows up.

Here's what happened on our blog this week:


- Check out my interview with J.L. Bryan and A GIVEAWAY OF JENNY POX!


- Tin's ARC review of The Oracle of Dating (which was re-tweeted by HarlequinTeen, its awesome!)
- My ARC review of Angel by L.A. Weatherly


- Our Teaser Tuesdays featuring Angela Morrison's awfully beautiful book, Taken by Storm
- Our Waiting on Wednesday picks featuring Other Words For Love by Lorraine Zago Rosenthal and Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky

For the hop:

Book Blogger Hop

The question for this week: "What is the one bookish thing you would love to have, no matter the cost?"

I would love to have my own library! Ever since I started collecting books, I started dreaming of having my very own room filled with floor to ceiling bookshelves with lots and lots of the books I'd love to read.


I promise not to be lazy today, and I also promise to follow back everyone who will follow me, so please leave me a comment so I can keep track! I'd love to meet new book blogs/bloggers!


  1. Just hopping by on follow friday :) Jenny Pox is a great read - I recommend it!

  2. Hopping through. The Anne books are such classics. And the Hunger Games would be great for a teenager.

  3. Hi
    I am an old follower , stopping by from the hop.I love Anne of the Green Gables too.
    My Hop

  4. Hi. Found you through Follow Friday. Hunger Games is a great pick. Katniss is an inspiring character.

    I am a new follower. I hope you stop by my blog at

  5. 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

  6. I may have a daughter which case I'll be happy to read her books like Peter and Wendy, which I loved as I kid.

  7. Hello I am a new follower as well love the layout of your blog. Hopping on over from the book blog.

    It would be nice to have my own library as well. I will have to wait till one of the kids moves out and make their room into a mini library that is my thought anyway ha.
    The World of Book Reviews

  8. Just Hopping by and am your newest follower. I loved Anne of Green Gables and am rereading it now and hope to read the rest of the series also.

  9. Hi,
    I'm doing my rounds for the Blog Hop and Follow Friday so I'm stopping to say say hello. :) I hope you have a fantastic weekend.

    I'm an old follower.

  10. Happy weekend. My bookish wish involves a remodel. Here's what I'd do if I had the time and money.

  11. You should check out the Beka Cooper series by Tamora Pierce if you haven't yet, another strong female lead!

    Check out my Follow Friday, Blog Hop and Giveaway HERE!


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