Friday, 4 March 2011

Book Blogger Hop & Tagalong Friday

Book Blogger Hop

The Book Blogger Hop is a weekly event hosted by Jennifer at Crazy for Books and runs from Friday to Sunday.

This weekend's question/topic: Who's your all-time favorite book villain?

There are a couple that come to mind --

Hannibal Lecter from Thomas Harris' series was hella scary - possibly because I read 'Silence of the Lambs' when I was quite young.  Talking about scary books read when I was too young (I used to read my mum's books when she wasn't looking): Cujo the dog, from the Stephen King book of the same name.  I was terrified!


I've participated in the Blog Hop a couple of times now, but I thought I'd add myself to the Tagalong Friday meme as well.  So here 'tis lovelies :)

18 & Over Book Blogger Tagalong Friday is a weekly event hosted by Laurie at Bitten by Paranormal Romance (Please excuse the clunky links, I couldn't get it to work the way I wanted).



This week's question: How many book do you read in a month?

So far in 2011 I've managed 20 books in Jan and Feb, but I usually average around 15 or so in a month.  It just depends on what my work load is like at uni and how late I've had to stay at work - sadly, even though I work in a library, they don't pay me to read books all day!

That being said I have some lovely new books to read over the weekend, bring on the Nalini Singh! I wish this one was twice as long - I've got so much to do.

C.

24 comments:

  1. Hi-just hopping by-I have pics of my cats on my blog also so I decided to offer you this

    I would like to invite you to consider participating in

    Irish Short Story Week-3/14 to 3/20

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  2. Thanks for the invite Mel, I'll have to check out your blog and get a list of Irish short stories together :)

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  3. Hey there, just stopping by to say hi. Am your newest follower :)
    I love nalini singh! She is a goddess. For reals.
    Anyways...have a great weekend

    Tyraa
    www.tyrasbookaddiction.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi there, new follower

    I have to agree with Hannibal, thats why I cant read the book! watched the movie and he scared me for live... the same goes for Cujo, I couldnt read the book because we had a St Bernard, and I just couldnt think of him as being viscious...

    Great picks! Come visit me anytime

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  5. Hannibal Lecter is the one I chose too, but I never read the book. It's because of the movie. I couldn't think of any book villains.

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  6. I stopped by from the blog hop.
    Ann

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  7. Come over and check my villain! coming through on the blog hop.

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  8. Hi, hon - happy to be a follower, and looking forward to following your blog. I share your Stephen King love . . . my fave villain has to be Randal Flagg.

    Sally @ Bibrary Bookslut

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  9. I picked Snape from the Harry Potter series. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and manage to get a lot of reading time in!

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  10. Happy Friday! New follower here from the Over 18 Tagalong! Hope you have a great week full of reading. Drop by my blog and see what I had to say and enter my March Madness Giveaway

    Barb at Sugarbeat's Books

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  11. Thanks for following me! Just showing the love back from the Friday Tagalong...Have a great weekend!

    Lori @ Romancing the Darkside

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  12. My favorite book villain is, hands down, is the Napoleon of crime -
    Professor James Moriarty.

    It took me less than ten seconds to come up with my answer. But you'll
    never guess why.

    Hop on over to my blog and find out -- http://www.howardsherman.net

    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  13. Hi, just stopping by, Am your newest follower :)

    Tyraa
    www.tyrasbookaddiction.blogspot.com/

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  14. Dropping by from the Tag Along. Btw, I think your cute little ugly dog is adorable! Have a great weekend!!

    :) Kristin
    Nocturnal Bites

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  15. Ooh, Hannibal Lecter is a good one. Very scary. Or perhaps I should say bad one? ;)

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  16. I'm stopping by for the tag along. Your ability to so many books a month is amazing to me.I can only read a couple books a month. I know, pretty slow huh? I'm a new follower. Happy Friday!

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  17. Hopping by...I love this week's question.

    Stop by my blog for my answer and a book giveaway.

    Book Giveaway for: LITTLE PRINCES.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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  18. Hi! Just stopping by from the Hop. I'm your newest follower. I've never read a stephen king novel (i know-its a shocker)...Most seem so scary.
    Have a great weekend :)
    Caroline @ Bon Bons and Reveries

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  19. Thanks for joining the tag along, hope you find some good blogs. Have a good weekend!

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  20. Hi! I'm a new follower from the 18 and over tag along. You sure do read fast! Even in my best months, I can only get 12 or so done, and that's when I'm not writing at all.

    Have a great weekend!

    Gabrielle Bisset
    http://gbisset.blogspot.com/

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  21. Hi, Cataluna! Happy weekend! Thanks for stoping by my blog back in February, i'm sure you can find that movie in Australia, don't you have Amazon?)

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  22. Hi Orhedea, The DVD is on Amazon, but it's $55 and since I'm being all good with my DVD and book buying I can't get it. Fingers crossed work will buy a copy :)

    Hi Gabrielle, I do read fast, I've always got a book in my hand - or in my ears. It does help that there's nothing on tv either.

    Hope you guys had a great weekend.

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  23. Tyraa - I completely agree with you about Nalini Singh, I'm loving her at the moment and am getting very excited to meet her at the end of the month.

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  24. A big hello to new followers, it seems a lot of people agree with Hannibal being a deliciously evil villan. Anthony Hopkins was fantastic in the movie and I thought Gaspard Ulliel was scary as him in his formative years.

    I often think that Stephen King is always scarier in his books, having the visual can be terrifying, but being able to use your own imagination along with his writing, for me, makes it much scarier.

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