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Book Blogger Hop #8 and Follow Friday #3

Book Blogger Hop

Since Thanksgiving is coming up next week, let's use this week's Hop to share what we are most thankful for and what our holiday traditions are!

My answer: We don't have Thanksgiving in the UK, so I don't really know what it is! I guess I'm thankful for my family, friends, and for all my followers on my blog... And all the great books and music out there. I'm thankful for lots of things, so thanks to everyone and everything! =] 

How long have you been blogging? 

My answer: Since May of this year. It's been great, and I hope to carry on for a long time! =] 

What's happened this week at Cheezyfeet Books: (Not much I'm afraid!)


  1. Another Brit here. I'm thankful for my friends and family, and for storytelling in all its forms, from TV to books to theatre.

    I've had my blog about two years, but only posted intermittantly until September of this year when I started reviewing regularly.

  2. Hiya, just hopping by~

    Thanksgiving is an American holiday where we eat Turkey and remember how the indigenous people of America helped the Pilgrims when they first started to settle (though it's probably not exactly true, lol).

    I'm a new follower. :)
    365 days of Reading

  3. Bella,

    Thanks for visiting my post, commenting, and following ( - it means alot! Consider me YOUR new follower :)

    And I love Thanksgiving! It has (for most people) lost its connection to the past and is really just an excuse to feast! Haha. I like it because it is a great opportunity to spend time with my family (including non related people who are closer to us than our actual family) to do two of my favorite things - cooking/baking and eating!

    I Love your blog :)


  4. Stopping by via the Hop! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Girls with Books
    Teen Bookshelf

  5. I'd cry if I didn't have Thanksgiving ;_; It's my favorite holiday! It surpasses my love for Christmas! The turkey, the garlic mashed potatoes, the sparkling cider, the stuffing yourself silly until you puke... Ah, good times. <3

    Have a great weekend! <3
    Kristina @ Frazzled Book Nommer.

  6. HI stopping by to say hi and I'm a new follower. Hope you have a great weekend.


  7. How long is too long?

    I was blogging from my official website about the interactive fiction books
    I was writing before the words "blog" and "blogging" entered the English

    And I blogged a lot about many things -- not just books.

    I need to blog off topic a little more, I think. I don't want people to the
    idea I'm too two dimensional!

    Thank God It's Follow Friday!

    Enjoy the weekend!

    Howard Sherman

  8. Hi! I'm hopping in to say have a great weekend! I love the name of your blog - it's very memorable :)

    If you have time, stop by and say hi to Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)

  9. New Blog follower here! Cute blog! I'm currently doing a giveaway Promise Not to Tell at 100 followers and Matched by Allie Condie at 200 followers if I can get them by my birthday! Come check it out if you get a minute! Have a great weekend!

  10. Hey Bella! Thanks for stopping by and following! I think we have a lot of the same book interests. I also can't wait for The Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead!

    Have a great weekend!

  11. Hi Bella! Thanks for coming by and saying hi to me on my blog. I love your blog; it's really cute. I see that you're a member of Shelfari too. Maybe, we'll have to connect there as well. Anyway, I'm a new follower. :) Have a great weekend.

  12. Your newest follower! I've been blogging since April, but I really got involved with it last month. Happy weekend :)

  13. Hopping through. I've been book blogging for about 6 months - just one month less than you. I had a food/fitness blog for awhile before that, but I think book blogging fits my personality more.
    My Hop


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