November 25, 2011

Follow My Book Blog #7

Follow Me Friday is a book meme hosted by Parajunkee’s View and Alison Can Read. #FF is a blog hop that expands your blog following by a joint effort between bloggers. In order to join in the fun,
all you need is well . . . A book blog
(yay us!) For more info on how to participate, click the button above, seriously you can’t miss it.
This week’s question…

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. so we want to know what you are Thankful for – blogging related of course! Who has helped you out along the way? What books are you thankful for reading?

Since we are Canadian, our Thanksgiving has already come and gone but we are still thankful for alot of things.  In relation to this week’s question, we are thankful for reading many unbelievable books by various phenomenal authors.  A few that come to mind are: The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins, The Nightshade series by Andrea Cremer, Remembrance by Michelle Madow, Lost In Time by Melissa de la Cruz, Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead, and so many more.  Me and Gabby are thankful for each other as we go on this blogging journey, and we are both so thankful for the loyal followers that we have gained and this YA book blogging community that we consider our second family.

While you’re here, why not check out our giveaways:
Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer
The Pledge by Kimberly Derting & SWAG
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  1. Books And Beyond

    Thank you for stopping by :) I am glad you made it to my blog. I am having a few weird issues with it. Maybe my PC ate too much turkey? lolz. Ok, corny joke.
    Your blog is lovely. I am a new follower. Have a great Friday :)

  2. Oh I should have said The Hunger Games Trilogy too!! I loved those books!!

    When is Thanksgiving in Canada?


  3. Sarah (saz101)

    Yay! Great answer! I agree! I'm so thankful for the sense of community in the book blogging world :)

    And OMG! Hunger Games! Yes! I totally think Suzanne Collins changed the landscape of YA publishing.

  4. Lu

    Hopping by to say have a great weekend!

    New Follower :)

    If you have a moment, please come and vote on your favorite YA Novel's Character:

  5. Sonya@sonythebooklover

    You have good taste I think hunger games is on everyone's list.

  6. Georgia Saunders

    Hi. Just stopping by for the Friday Follow. I am a new follower here. My blog is
    I followed you on Twitter, too.
    I would have liked your Facebook Page, too, if I'd found a button.

  7. Sarah Brown

    I am also thankful for all of those books as well, here's mine

  8. The Brunette Librarian

    “Hunger Games” is very exciting! Can't wait for the movie!!!

  9. Nerd Girls

    Yeah! Loved your response! :) Old follower hopping through!

  10. Alisa

    New follower here :0) Lovely blog. I have to agree on your book choices. Hunger Games, darn, I knew I forgot to mention some books on my list!

    You can find my FF here.

    I was going to say Happy Thanksgiving, but since you are Canadian and that's done for you guys already, I'll just thank you for the invention of hockey, LOL. Big fan here.

  11. Kristy Berridge

    I'm aussie and we don't celebrate at all, but you're right, you can still be thankful for those always willing and able to help!
    PS – new follower today, maybe you could follow back and spread the love!

  12. Books4Juliet

    I love love love The Hunger Games too! =) We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here, but I'm happy for all those who celebrate it! =)

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    New follower,
    My Follow Friday

  13. Tribute Books Mama

    Just hopping by, have a great week-end.

  14. Giselle

    The Hunger Games gave me a love for dystopians in which I found FABULOUS reads!!

    Xpresso Reads

  15. Tanya Patrice

    Cute turkey button :-) I forgot to thank authors in my post grrr…

  16. Kristin Aragon

    I have not read Remembrance yet but I really really want to. Old follower hopping through!

    Have a great weekend.

    My Follow Friday


  17. Jenna and Ashley

    Wonderful turkey picture. It reminds me of the cow holding up an “Eat Mor Chiken” sign for Chick-Fil-A. Do you guys have that chain in Canada?

    -Jenna @ Fans of Fiction!/fansoffiction/status/140177780737449986

  18. Alison Can Read

    Love the photo! I didn't eat beef for Tday, but I did have pork. Unfortunately for Mr. Turkey it was alongside the turkey.

  19. Rebecca

    Being Swedish, we don't celebrate it at all, but I've still been mentally celebrating with the US part of the blogging community! We can be thankful anyway. :) Love your book list too, I see many books I'm thankful to have found too! Have an awesome weekend! old follower :)

    My FF!

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