Friday, February 11, 2011

Book Blogger Hop, February 11 – 14, 2011

Book Blogger Hop is a weekly event hosted by Jennifer at Crazy-for-Books. It is a great way of discovering new blogs and meeting fellow book bloggers, talking about books and authors and sharing our love for literature. 

Book Blogger Hop

This week’s question is “Tell us about one of your posts from this week and give us a link so we can read it (review or otherwise)!”


I usually write only 1-2 posts a week (not including the Hop), so my only post this week was a review of Trouble in High Heels by Christina Dodd. I read the book last autumn but it was a very memorable book so I could still review it so long after reading it.  


  1. :) I joined in on this meme this week as well. I'll be heading on over to your review now to read.

  2. here's mine

  3. Thanks for sharing. I couldn't resist the kitty. Now I'm a follower ;) . I have been reviewing a few books from my past reads as well. Here's mine (at the top of the page)

  4. New Follower, Trouble in High Heels sounds fun! STop by:Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust
    Twitter: @fangswandsfairy

  5. The Post Is:

    This week I reviewed a work of suspense fiction that is such a wide departure from the thriller genre that I feel everyone – fans and foes of the genre alike – really should investigate.

    Hop on over to my blog and see for yourself –

    Howard A. Sherman, Implementor
    Get Inside a Story

  6. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog!! Great review! And yes, it actually doesn't happen often, the associating songs with books, but those two came instantly after I heard the songs. I hope I can come up with more to keep the feature going!

  7. Thanks for stopping by on the blog hop. :)I should review books I read awhile ago and never got around to doing...

  8. Newest Follower here via the Friday Hop! I am also new to blogging and constantly changing my page. I write contemporary romance, but read almost anything I can get my hands on!!! Hope you stop by and check out my blog.

    Contemporary Romance Writer
    E Kelly

  9. Great to hear from you Pepca! I found the only way I could write my first novel was to assume noone would ever read it. It wrote it just for me. I realized if I kept that one thought in my head I could write the story honestly, without second guessing myself. It wasn't until after I wrote it and finally read it through myself that I decided I should try and publish it - just for me. Noone else. That's part of the reason I self-published Bronwyn's Stand. Noone could turn it down that way. Keep writing!


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