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Book Blogger Hop #11 and Follow Friday #6

It's time again for the Book Blogger Hop and Follow Friday. I say that every week, and I think it's a little cheesy... Oh well. I like cheese!

Book Blogger Hop

What is the thing you like most about reading book blogs? Is it the reviews, author guest posts, giveaways, or something else entirely? 

My answer: I really like the reviews, as it adds to my ever growing list of books I need to read, but I like everything about book blogs really! I like memes too, like Teaser Tuesday and Waiting on Wednesday, and of course the Book Blogger Hop and Follow Friday! I just love book blogs, and I love it when you can read a post that someone has done, and you can tell what kind of person wrote it. =] 


Do you have an under-noticed author that you think we should all know about? 

My answer: Well, having just read Knight Angels: Book of Love by Abra Ebner, I'm going to have to say her. She's a self-published author, and I think that her books are awesome! You should definitely go and buy them, and they're cheap for Kindle readers! You can read my review of Book of Love here.

What's happened at Cheezyfeet Books this week? 
Reviews: 
Other:

Also, I'd like to say a big thank you to Lulu @ The Book Addict, for giving me The Versatile Blogger award. I'm honored! I've already received it, so I didn't carry out the rules, but it still means a lot! So thank you =] 

Comments

  1. Hello my dear.

    I enjoy reading the reviews of books that I want to read and of books I have never heard of.

    The Mad Scientist thinks that there are many Indie Authors out there that are just not appreciated. My very unlooking Igor has created a badge for me, us to use when we create Indie Author Reviews.

    Mad Scientist
    http://madsteampunkery.blogspot.com

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  2. I also like that you can tell what kind of a person the blogger is by the way they write or review a book.

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  3. I think reviews are my favourite part of a person's blog because I get to know the reviewer through their thought processes. It's fun, and it gives me a fresh take on books, too!

    Happy Friday! :)

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  4. Happy follow friday! I'm now following you through Parajunkee's Follow Friday :) kindly return the favor?

    THanks!!

    Moonlight Gleam
    http://moonlightgleam.blogspot.com

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  5. hello I like the author C. Lynn Barton. Stop by my blog Outhouse Reviews

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  6. I love it when a person really lets their personality shine through in their posts! Especially their reviews.

    Just hopping through! I'm a new follower. :)

    Julia @ That Hapa Chick

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  7. Just blog hopping by! I'm a new follower. Nice to meet you. :-) My hop is at The Lit Express

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  8. Hopping by :) I agree with you, I like it when I get a feel for the person behind the review.

    I didn't realize that book was self-published! Good for her for getting her name out there. I've seen that book around a lot.

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  9. Hopping through. The Hops are one of the best part of blogging - it's nice to have an excuse to just go visiting.
    My Hop

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  10. Hi! Found you thru the hop and im a new follower.

    I couldnt think of an author that falls into that category.

    The best about blogs out there are the book reviews, i love to read them!

    iamjenai

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  11. Hopping by! Haven't read Wondrous Strange or Knights Angels yet. I love the book memes, too. Have a great weekend :) I'm a new follower!

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  12. Thanks for following me! I am now a new follower of yours!

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  13. Hopping back to say hi and thanks for stopping by my blog! Like the look of yours! See that we have some tastes in common! Thanks for being a follower. I follow you now as well!

    Have a GREAT weekend!

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  14. Stopping by to see your answers for the Hop. I've got Book of Love on my wishlist so I'm to see your review of it :)

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