Thursday, February 24, 2011

Blog Hop (16) || Follow Friday (13)

Book Blogger Hop
Hey fellow bloggers and/or readers,


Thanks for hopping along to my little blog. :) Hope you enjoy your visit, and like what you see. If you"do, feel free to follow.

If you'd like to hop around, too, then visit Jennifer at Crazy for Books for all the details! 

Here's this week's question:

"Do you ever wish you would have named your blog something different?"


To be simple, no. While at first "Words on Paper" was just meant to be a temporary title, I got used to it, and now I can't imagine my blog being named anything else.

I knew I wanted something related to books, but also with a little originality, so the actual word "books" or the like was out. I'm not like some other (clever) bloggers, whose blog title actually affects their rating system or choice of words. The title just is.



Hosted by Parajunkee's View, another feature meme through which you can discover new blog sites. :) If you follow me, comment and I'll try to follow you back.

Here's this week's question:

Q. Share your current fav television show! Tell us a bit about it...



I'm also on board with the GLEE fans, and I'm sure many of you who are reading this are fans too, so I'd like to not talk too much about it. Other than that the last episode I did watch was the Christmas special, which I enjoyed.

I'm also really into How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, while Friends & The Nanny remain all-time favourites.






What happened this week?
(weekly)
- Review of Daughter of Xanadu by Dori Jones Yang: "Yang's debut YA novel is a phenomenal mix of the historical and fictional, the memorable and the entertaining." (5/5)

- Review of Being Here by Barry Jonsberg: "Being Here is a captivating, realistic read that digs deep inside the psyche of a woman during her last years." (4/5)

- I'm waiting on Like Mandarin by Kirsten Hubbard this week.

- A sneak peak into Rival by Sara Bennett Wealer with Teaser Tuesday.

- In My Mailbox (23): Now a monthly meme, apparently!


- Book cover and movie news! Includes several 2011 debut cover reveals and three popular YA novels turned to films.


* I'm back from my blogging break! ;)

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