Friday, July 29, 2011

It's Friday, it's time to hop!!

Book Blogger Hop
Every week Jennifer at Crazy-for-Books hosts a blog hop. Put your link in, post a comment and you can discover a lot of great blogs. The Hop lasts Friday-Monday every week. This week's question/task: Highlight one book you have received this week (for review, from the library, purchased at the store, etc.) that you can't wait to dig into. Hmmmm!! I just came back from vacation, and I have slacked on my reading. But before I went away I received You Don't Sweat Much for a fat girl by Celia Rivenbark and Coming up For Air by Patti Callahan Henry. Today, I was browsing my local Borders (before it closes *sniff* *sniff*). I picked up a book by the guy who runs ProBlogger and Schulz and Peanuts by David Michaelis. As much as I want to know about the history of the comic strip Peanuts, I have to go with ....

Tell the truth, don't you just want to dive right in? The woman on that cover sure looks relaxed. It's a collection of essays, and I haven't read a book like that in a while.

Here are some blogs I came across:
Read It, Read It, Loved It
The Midnight Bookworm
A Year of Actually Reading My Own Books


  1. Hi!
    Like the cover too.
    Thanks for sharing.
    New reader!
    Next stop-

  2. Thanks for the follow. I'm off to check your blog.

  3. Blog-hopping by to visit and follow! The Rivenbark book looks funny. :-) I'm missing Borders already, too.

  4. Just hopping through. I'm a new follower from the Blog Hop.

  5. I’m seeing a lot of single answer responses with Twilight being by far the most popular choice. I really must analyze all the elements of that series that send girls ga-ga. Such studies are a part of the never-ending "code breaking” we males need to continuously execute to understand and relate with the fairer sex.

    I’ve cracked about 80% of the code. I will continue cracking the code until I reach 100% success. Then I’ll write a book for men and become a billionaire overnight.


    I’ve got four different series I can read over and over again. Three of them were written by deceased authors and three of them are fantasy adventures.

    Follow me back to my blog at and find out how far off the beaten track I’ve gone with my favorite book series!

    Thank God it’s Follow Friday!

    Howard Sherman

  6. I loved this week’s question! I’ve made so many friends in the book blog world and am really impressed with so many blogs it was hard to hunker down and make a choice.

    But I did it! I’m shining the spotlight on a Jersey girl! Hop on over to my blog at to find out who she is and discover her amazing book blog.

    Howard Sherman, Implementor