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Book Blogger Hop #14 and Follow Friday #9

Book Blogger Hop

What book are you most looking forward to seeing published in 2011? Why are you anticipating that book?

My answer: Well, I was really looking forward to The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa, because that series is awesome, and I couldn't wait to read it, but seeing as that has already been published, now I'm probably most anticipating Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare. I absolutely loved Clockwork Angel, so hopefully Clockwork Prince will be just as good, maybe even better! Cannot wait. =] 

What is/was your favourite subject in school?

My answer: I absolutely love Textiles. It's awesome. We're doing a project on shoes at the moment, and it's great. We're designing shoes, and we had to make one of our designs out of paper and masking tape, and let me tell you, making a heel out of paper and masking tape is not easy. But I managed to do it. I also really like History, I love finding about what happened in the past. I like most subjects, but I really don't like PE. I hate anything to do with sports, I'm just too lazy... 

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What happened at Cheezyfeet Books this week: 
Awakened by PC and Kristin Cast
0.4 by Mike Lancaster
Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder
Lament by Maggie Stiefvater
Entangled by Cat Clarke


  1. Your blog is so cute! I'm waiting for the second and third in a few trilogies to come out this year. I absolutely adore series. I haven't started the Iron Fey or Clockwork Angels series yet, but they are on my TBR list. :)

    Tevya @ Reading Lark

  2. Hopping by to say hello and wish you a great weekend! I really want to read Clockwork Angel!

  3. I can't wait for Clockwork Prince either! I'm excited to learn more about Will, Jem, and Tessa.

  4. Loved The Iron Queen! Just read Clockwork Angel and really feel in the middle as to whether I liked it or not. Not sure what I'll do with Clockwork Prince.

    Ugh...I hated P.E. too. Luckily because of my leg problems I had a doctor's note not to participate 100%! YAY for Dr.'s notes!!

    Here's my Hop and Follow Friday

    Have a GREAT weekend!

  5. Just stopping by to share some Friday blog love! Hope you have a great weekend! Come and link your Favourite Author reviews on this week's Read My Review

  6. Wow Textiles?! That's pretty awesome. I loved math, drama and music classes. Love your blog! I'm new to it this week :)

    Happy Friday!

    Lah @ LazyGirl Reads

  7. I hated PE when I was in high school. Ugh. I was so glad I graduated before they made it mandatory for all high school students (usually you were done by 12th grade-senior year).

    Have a good weekend.

  8. Just hopping by! I am so excited about Clockwork Prince too. Great choice!

    Reading Lark's Hop Post

  9. Just hopping by also, we have to wait for the prince until August-September?

  10. Oh, everyone's looking forward to Cassandra Clare's latest. I had to put down The Mortal Instruments because the incest was just grossing me out too much!

    I put together a list of books I'm looking forward to about a week ago.

    2011 is going to be a great year for books.

    I actually majored in theatre with an emphasis costume design for my undergraduate degree. Haven't done any sewing in ages though... my work now is all book related.

  11. Old follower stopping by! Drop by if you get a chance!
    Have a great weekend!

  12. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

    I haven't read Clockwork Angel yet but am super excited to start it and I'm sure I'll be just as eager to get my hands on the next one in the series after. Great pick!

    Have an awesome weekend!


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