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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:

What's your favorite beverage while reading or blogging, if any? Is it tea, coffee, water, a glass of wine, or something else?

I usually read at night after the kids are in bed, so my favorite beverage at that time would be a glass of wine. I do more blogging during the day, so I must say that I usually have a big cup of coffee sitting next to the keyboard (as is the case right now).

What about you? What do you enjoy drinking while reading or blogging?

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  1. That is just the way I love to do it too. Big steaming cup of coffee or a latte in the morning. Nice glass of wine in the evening after the little monkey has gone to bed.

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  2. I have to go with a cup (soup bowl) of tea.

    http://itsabookthingblog.blogspot.com/

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  3. Hopping by and following.

    Come to see Murphy's Library.
    http://www.murphyslibrary.com/

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  4. Found you via the blog hop and I'm your newest follower! Oh to have 24 hours to read straight...haha! I don't think Mom's can do that without a vacation! Feel free to come visit me when you get a chance
    http://acozyreaderscorner.blogspot.com

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  5. Hey! Happy Follow Friday! Just got back from my signing in California and posted a fun picture of me with Becca Fitzpatrick and Heidi R Kling for my FMBBF/Blog Hop post. Stop by and check it out!
    Happy Follow Friday!!!
    Sincerely,
    Emma Michaels
    http://EmmaMichaels.Blogspot.com

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