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Friday, July 9, 2010


With another Friday, comes another blog hop hosted by Jennifer at Crazy for books!  yay :D
  This week's question:  Tell us about some of your favorite authors and why they are your favorites!

Oh dang...that's a toughy!  Well...this question is kinda impossible to answer, I either like a book or I hate it (with a passion).  Sometimes I like a book written by a specific author and sometimes I hate their other books.  A couple authors who have never failed me in their quest of awesome books......

- Richelle Mead (I kinda love The Vampire Academy books....seriously.  I want my own Dimitri!) 

- Suzanne Collins (Katniss is kind of the ultimate character, she dosen't make all the stupid moves and is her own fierce person and The Hunger games is just amazing!)

- Lemony Snicket (Well I actually don't know the real name of the author, but I loved those books - even if I found the last book in the series to be disappointing- the narration was awesome and I just LOVED the originality!)

- Cassandra Clare (Mortal instruments = AMAZING.  that's it)

And some of my favorite books...Sing me to sleep, Shiver, Percy Jackson...the list goes on my friends!


Have fun exploring the  blogosphere and have a great weekend guys! 

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  1. I can't seem to get myself to read Unfortunate Events. I saw the movie--which was one of the worst I've ever seen--and can't get into it after that. I love Suzanne Collins and Cassandra Clare though!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  2. I am a Cassandra Clare and Suzanne Collins fan too. I read the Hunger Games last week and loved it. I found you on the hop and became a follower. Stop by my blog if you can, I am having a Radiant Shadows giveaway. Have a great weekend.

  3. Hopping through. I'm already a follower. I should read Lemony Snicket someday.

  4. So now we know which books you love, which books do you hate?


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