Thursday, October 28, 2010

BookBloggerHop (8) and Follow My Book Blog (4)

Book Blogger Hop is hosted at Crazy For Books while Follow My Book Blog is hosted at Parajunkee.
"What is the one bookish thing you would love to have, no matter the cost?"
My Answer: I would love to have a new cool bookshelf. I have so many books and I'm running out of room!
 
If you would, or do, have a daughter, what book would you want her to read?
My Answer: I would want her to read The City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. It's SO good!

-Danna

26 comments:

  1. Hi Danna! <33

    Oooh, I'd want a bookshelf, as well! I have books piled up EVERYWHERE. It'd be nice having someplace to put them. xD

    Kristina @ Frazzled Book Nommer.

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  2. Hopping through. You're right - City of Bones was a great book. I still need to read the rest.

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  3. Happy HOP! I'd want my own bookstore to run with a cafe inside, comfy chairs to browse and extra things like book club meetings and writing workshops. Enjoy your weekend :)

    Hope you HOP by for a visit

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  4. I'm totally with ya on that new bookshelf thing. I am seriously running out of room too.

    I'm a new follower! :)

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  5. I have shelves and shelves of books I hope both my son and daughter want to read some day.

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

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  6. Following the mechanical bunny around... Your header is super cute!

    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
    http://madsteampunkery.blogspot.com

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  7. Stopping by via the hop :)

    I still haven't read City of Bones, but it's in my tbr pile so hopefully I'll get to it soon. And a new book shelf would be lovely!

    my hop

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  8. Hey! I'm stopping by via FF. I'm a new follower.

    I would love a new bookshelf as well. I don't have enough space for all my books already.

    Heve a nice weekend.

    Library Mosaic

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  9. Hoppy by from the Blog Hop. I'm adding you to my list of routine reads. City of Bones is in my ever growing TBR pile. And I would build a house around a two story library/reading room. You can check out my blogs at

    Mrs. Archer's Book Notes - http://mrsarchesrbooknotes.blogspot.com/
    Bookladys' Booknotes - http://bookladysbooknotes.blogspot.com/

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  10. Nice choice on City of Bones! Anything by Cassandra Clare is a good pick :-)
    Come see what's happening at GReads!

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  11. I'm a new follower from the Friday Follow. Great answers. I haven't read City of Bones yet but it's waiting for me at my library.

    You can see my answers here:

    http://jamielovesya.blogspot.com/2010/10/friday-blog-hops-1.html

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  12. Hopping by to say hi! Hope you have a great weekend!

    http://tampabookworm.blogspot.com/

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  13. 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.

    http://romancebookjunkies.blogspot.com

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  14. Hiya, just hopping by!

    I agree that City of Bones is a good read. Definitely a good choice for once a daughter reaches her teens!

    I'm a new follower. :)
    Lauren | 365 Days of Reading

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  15. Stopping by the hop to say hi!!
    Great post! I need one too!

    Here's my post:
    http://bookmarkyourthoughts.blogspot.com/2010/10/book-blogger-hop-october-29th.html

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  16. Hopping by to return the visit! I think we're all in desperate need of soem new shelf space. :-)

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  17. Just hopping by to say Hi. As everyone else my own library stocked of books! If you havent already. Stop by and enter my book giveaways and my Poll.
    http://readforyourfuture.blogspot.com/
    See you next week
    Lora

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  18. OH YES! The Mortal Instruments, think one of my favourite book series so far:)Am a follower and wish you a nice weekend:)

    http://misspageturnerscityofbooks.blogspot.com/2010/10/follow-friday-4.html

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  19. Be sure to check out my giveaway;) http://misspageturnerscityofbooks.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

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  20. More room for books seems to be a constant and universal wish for booklovers everywhere. I think what many people really need is a TARDIS (bigger on the inside, than on the outside) to properly house the kind of book collection we all aspire to.

    I loved City of Bones, but still haven't gotten around to reading the sequels! Soon, soon... once I get my TBR pile a bit more under control.

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  21. Hopping by from the hop...have fun.

    Stop by my blog to see my answer to this week's question.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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

    Thanks:)

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  23. Hello there. I've found you through the Hop. I would recommend Anne of Green Gables to my daughter, just because it is my favourite book of all time, and Speak when she got a bit older because it has an important message for young people. I would like a TARDIS so that I would have plenty of storage space to keep all my books, and enough time to read everything I wanted.

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  24. stopping by from the hop!

    Yes, I would love a cool new bookshelf too. I spend a lot of time surfing the web looking at these beautiful shelves :) Oh, if only I was rich :)

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  25. Your want is actually feesable, mine is a bit more far fetched, lol!

    I still have to read City of Bones!

    Check out my Blog Hop, Follow Friday and Giveaway HERE

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  26. Hopping by from the Book Blogger Hop! I'm a new follower too, cute layout!

    Hope you're having a wonderful weekend and Happy Halloween!

    http://marielovesbooks.blogspot.com

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