Friday, April 15, 2011

Hop, Follow, & TGIF { 13 }

This week, I'm participating in three different Friday memes! Crazy for Books hosts the Book Blogger Hop. Parajunkee's View hosts Follow Friday. And a new Friday question to the block, TGIF at Greads! These are all wonderful opportunities for bloggers to get to know each other.

Today's question from the Hop...
Coming soon...

Today's question from Follow Friday...
Do you have anyone you can discuss books with in real life? Tell us about him.her.
Total in depth discussions? Nah. But I can always have a casual conversation about my latest read with either one of my coworkers or my mom.My coworker, if you can believe it, is really the only other person that reads, and we work in a library! My mom is the whole reason I'm such an avid reader to begin with. :D

Today's question from TGIF...
If you could visit any fictional setting in a story, where would you go?
So, somehow, I think Harry Potter has to be an answer in some sort of question on Friday no matter what. He just keeps popping up at least once a week, lol! My top places would definitely be anywhere from the Wizarding World. Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade - whatever. I'd go anywhere in that world.

But, really, there are a bunch of settings in various books that would be fun to visit. Fairy tales, fantasy worlds...everyone has its appeal. But HP will always take the top spot in my heart. ;D


  1. Stopping by from FF. I'm a new follower.

    Being able to visit Harry Potter's setting would be amazing!

    Have a nice weekend


  2. I chose Harry Potter's world too! How could you not?! Btw - I LOVE your Friday graphic. Love The Cure <3

  3. Hello! :)

    I have a few people that I talk about books with in real life but the blogging community is great because there is just so much variety, I have found so many new books to read!

    I'd love to visit Hogwarts too! Not as much as my best friend who is potter obsessed.

    I'm a new follower!

    Happy reading
    Jules x

  4. Hi, hi old follower here and I answered a similar question with a similar answer a few weeks ago about Harry Potter. :)

    Anyway, I hope you're having a wonderful start to your weekend!

    -Sandra from

  5. I picked Hogwarts too!! (I think almost all of us on TGIF did ;)

    New your blog name. I'm a tea addict myself!

  6. I can't believe you two are the only readers at a library! Somehow I imagined everyone who works there is a reader! lol

    I agree that any fantasy world would be exciting. :)

    TGIF!! Jess @ Gone with the Words!

  7. Oh yes, Harry Potter! That was mine, too :D

  8. The Harry Potter world would be so cool to visit! I'd visit a faerie world if i could too.

  9. Seems like everyone wants to visit HP land, lol! I'd go, but I know the moving staircases would freak me out!

    TGIF @ Dog-Eared & Bookmarked

  10. I would love to visit Harry Potter's world if just to visit Honeydukes.

    I'm a new follower.

    Grace @ Books Like Breathing

  11. Hi there! I love, love, love your blog! So nice! :D New follower here!

    And I can talk about books to two IRL persons myself, but they're not really interested. No discussions though! I'm glad I've found the online readers for that. ;)

    My FF can be found here!

  12. Happy Friday! Hoppin' by to say hi. I would also totally love to go to the wonderful world of Harry Potter, front row tickets to a game of quidditch please!

    Here's my FF:

  13. definitely all the places in the harry potter books for me too! argh! the places are just so magical! :D

  14. Hopping through. I would definitely go to Harry Potter too. Vampire Academy would also be interesting.
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  15. Thanks, everyone for all the lovely comments! :D It really does seem like Harry Potter is a popular choice, but who wouldn't want to get in Mrs. Rowling's amazing head? ;D

    @Ginger: Thanks! One of my favoritest bands ever, lol. ;D

  16. There is a lot of value in casual discussion. I should appreciate it more.

    Also, I tend to want to visit every setting of the books I'm reading. They all seem more interesting/fun than mine.