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Book Blogger Hop #27, Follow Friday #22 and TGIF #3

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer from Crazy for Books :)

Book Blogger Hop

Which book blogger would you most like to meet in real life? 

My answer: Umm. I have no idea. Probably the people I talk to on Twitter, so Cicely from Cicely Loves Books, Aly from Fantasy 4 Eva, and Iffath from LoveReadingX :) These girlies are awesome, go check out their blogs! :D

Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee from Parajunkee's View :)


Circle time! Time to share. What character in a book would most like to be, what character in a book would you most like to date? 

My answer: Hmm. They're are so many people I could choose! I think I'd like to be Rose from Vampire Academy, dating Dimitri... Or Jace from The Mortal Instruments series. Or Four from Divergent, or Shane from Morganville Vampires... I have no idea. I have SO many book boy crushes. TOO many ;) But for the first question, I'd like to be either Rose from VA, Evie from Paranormalcy, or maybe Riley from Forsaken... Basically, I'd want to be anyone who can kick-butt (and has a cute boyfriend). Because they are the best. :D

TGIF is hosted by Ginger from G-Reads! :)


What occupies your time when you are not reading and/or blogging?

My answer: Most of my time is spent reading or blogging, but when I'm not, I tend to be listening to music, tweeting about random nothingness, playing flute, watching films/TV shows, playing pointless Facebook games (If you're a CityVille player feel free to leave me your FB in the comments so we can be neighbours! :D)... Or I'm out with the family. I don't know, it varies :L 

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  1. Four is pretty lovely, isn't he? Can't wait to see more of him and Tris in the next book.

    Evie! Good choice. She is so kick butt strong but also so fun and girly. Love her!

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  2. Friday Follow here. I would love to be Christine Derrick in Mary Balogh's Slightly Dangerous. The character I would to date would be a toss up between Wolfric in Slightly Dangerous or Drizzt do'urden from R.A. Salvaltore Forgotten Realms book series. Gotta love a dark elf, yeah.

    Hugs and blessings!
    Hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day weekend.

    Judith Leger
    www.judithleger.weebly.com
    www.judithleger.blogspot.com

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  3. Evie would be fun! Of course I adored Riley as well from Forsaken or The Demon Trapper's Daughter. She was awesome and snarky!! And the guys! Ooh there was too many to choose from!!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower
    Jessica@a GREAT read

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  4. oh, city ville! feel free to search for Jill Ba :) we must have been buddies in a past life or something, because our activities apart from reading and blogging match so much :)

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  5. I’ve met so many great people via the Book Book Blogger Con at Book Expo America I honestly can’t come up with a single name of a book blogger I want to meet but haven’t yet!

    I’m heading back to BBC @ BEA. I hope to see you there!

    Hop on by my blog and just say hi – http://www.howardsherman.net

    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  6. Jace was one of my choices too. I love him! I can't wait to see who they cast in the movie. I hope it's someone the fans like.

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  7. I'm just popping in to say hello via the blog hop. I'd love to meet all bloggers, all readers in real life. Every blogger I've ever met, every reader I've ever met is a fascinating person. Reading does that to you!

    I hope you will stop by here.

    Follow and let me know you have followed in a comment. I always follow back.

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  8. Why is that everyone seems to be picking characters from paranormal books? LOL

    Now following from Follow My Book Blog Friday (Yes I'm behind! LOL)

    SMS Book Reviews

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