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Book Blogger Hop

It's time for another Book Blogger Hop! Jennifer at Crazy-for-Books hosts the weekly Book Blogger Hop on Fridays. So, if you talk about books on your blog, stop over and add your link! If you're just looking for a list of some great book blogs to read, head over to Crazy for Books and start hopping!

I hope you're having fun hopping around to all the great book blogs that are out there. I know I am! While you're visiting, be sure to check out my review and giveaway of Life, In Spite of Me by Kristen Jane Anderson. This is an inspiring story that you won't want to miss! The giveaway ends on Sunday night.

If you've just found my blog through the Hop, please leave a comment and let me know!


  1. Found you on the hop!!

    I am new to the blog world -

  2. Hey, I found you on the hop! Great to meet my fellow book bloggers :)

  3. I am a recent follower. Happy Friday. Pussreboots.

  4. Stopping by from the hop. Happy reading.

  5. Found you on the hop, and am now following :)

    Please stop by my blog:

    Happy Hopping :)

  6. Let's do the Hop!

    My Hop is here.


  7. Hopped on over from the Blogger Hop. First time here. While I almost exclusively read young adult novels, I always love to see what adult reads are out there. Have a great weekend

  8. Hey Julie- just hopping by to say have a fun and fantastic weekend :)

  9. Howdy, just hopped over for a visit.

  10. Hey i found you on the hop!!!

    Great blog love the "What my children are reading" post fancy nancy is one of my favorites.

    Visit me at Patiently Waiting Books

  11. I'm hopping around today, finding new blogs and spreading the word that I am giving away A Small Fortune on Rose City Reader.

  12. Just hopping over from the Blog Hop!

  13. Just hopping by to say, hi.
    Kelly Bookend Diaries

  14. Hi. Just stopping by from the Hop.

  15. Hi! I found you through the Hop!

    Have a great weekend!


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