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Book Blogger Hop

It's time for another Book Blogger Hop! This is a great event hosted by Crazy for Books and designed to connect book bloggers. This week's question is:

In honor of Book Blogger Appreciation Week, let's take time this week to honor our favorite book bloggers and why we love them!

I haven't participated in the BBAW this week. I just didn't get things organized in time for it. I've been enjoying reading all the posts on the blogs I read though. Which gets me to the question, which I'm not sure I can answer. I started looking through my reader this morning, trying to pick out a few book blogs that I read regularly. But the thing is, I read reviews and other posts on many different book blogs every day. As I started making a list of the blogs that focus on genres that I really enjoy, I got up to 30 and there were still many more to look through.

So please take a look at my blogroll on the right, and visit some of the blogs featured there. I really do find myself reading each and every one of them throughout the week, and I hope you'll enjoy them as well!

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  1. Just hopping by to say hello! I am following and can’t wait to read more from your blog. Here is my blog

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  2. Happy BBAWeek!

    YOU are my fave book blogger! ;)

    [and my word veri is asking me to write: moronw <-yes, seriously!]

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  3. I couldn't choose favorites either - there are too many book blogs I love.

    Glad to have found you via the Hop!

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  4. Hopping by to visit and follow! I scrolled down and saw one of your quick kids' book reviews of Biscuit and the Baby--my littlest brother /loved/ those Biscuit stories, repetition or no. :-)

    -Tiger

    http://tigersallconsumingbooks.blogspot.com

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  5. hi, im a new follower through the hop. have a great weekend!

    booksarelikepeople.blogspot.com

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  6. First-time visitor.

    Just hopping by....

    Stop by my blog if you get a chance for reviews on I'd Know you Anywhere by Laura Lippman, Saving Cee Cee Honeycut by Beth Hoffman, and many others.

    Happy Hopping, Everyone....hop on over to my blog to see who my favorite blogs are.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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