Friday, November 18, 2011

Follow My Book Blog Friday Hop #12




Happy Follow Friday!!


This weekly feature is hosted by
Rachel at Parajunkee's View 
and 
Alison at Alison Can Read,
 which you really must go and check out!!


You can find the rules at the links above.
Join in the fun and make new blogging friends!!


This week's featured blogs are:









and









This week's question is:


Letter to Santa:
Tell Santa
what books you want
for Christmas!


There are so many books I'd love for Santa to bring me, I'm sure he'd need at least 5 or 6 sleighs to cart them all in!  However, if I must choose, then here's my list! 

Here goes:

Dear Santa:

I've been very, very good, Santa dearest!  So please, please leave these wonderful literary goodies under my tree this year!  (Of course, your cookies and milk will be waiting for you!)

Thanks, and much love,

Maria








Kristin Hannah
Mass Market Paperback, 272 pages
Ballantine Books
October 31, 2006
Genre: Romance








Anthology
Trade Paperback,
Laurie London, Michele Hauf,
Caridad Pineiro, Alexis Morgan
Genres: Paranormal Romance,
Urban Fantasy







Maggie Stiefvater
Hardcover, 404 pages
Scholastic Press
October 18, 2011
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy








Gena Showalter
Harcover, 440 pages
Harlequin
September 1, 2009
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance







Gena Showalter
Hardcover, 572 pages
Harlequin
August 31, 2010
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance








Sarah Porter
Hardcover, 304 pages
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
July 4, 2011








Rhiannon Paille
Trade Paperback, 280 pages
Coscom Entertainment
November 1, 2011
Genres: Fantasy, Romance





What books do you want
Santa to bring you
this year?






6 comments:

  1. I'm actually reading A Vampire For Christmas Anthology on my Kindle at the moment, new follower, here's mine http://headstuckinabook.blogspot.com/2011/11/feature-and-follow-friday-5.html

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  2. OK, so, first time visitor to your blog, I just saw your banner and SQUEED. Jane! Rochester! Toby Stephens! I'm in a happy place :)

    Good picks this week! I still haven't read anything by Gena Showalter, and I think it's time to fix it :D

    Hope Santa's kind this year!

    xx New follower :)

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  3. Awesome list! Flame of surrender sounds really good!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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  4. Hey, Sarah!

    Oh, what a coincidence! Hope you're enjoying the book! I'm looking forward to getting it, if dear old Santa is good to me! This is the cover of the UK edition, which I'm using because I couldn't find a large enough image for the cover of the US edition. I think I prefer this one, anyway.

    Thanks so much for the comment and the follow!!! : )

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  5. Hi, Sarah(saz101)!

    Oh, a Jane Eyre fan!! (Yes, I do review classics, as well.) I LOVE that book!!!! I LOVE Edward Rochester!!!! So I'll SQUEE, too!!!! Lol.

    I'm so glad you liked my banner! It's from a website that has free Jane Eyre wallpaper. Yours truly added the rest! Although Jane and Edward are Brits, and thus, don't celebrate Thanksgiving, they decided to greet their American brothers and sisters across the Atlantic! Jolly good of them, I daresay!

    I haven't read anything by Showalter yet, either, but when I do, it will definitely be this YA series. I don't like her "Demonica" series. You see, the supernatural creatures I avoid reading about are zombies and demons, with a couple of rare exceptions. (Like "Die For Me", by Amy Plum, which I LOVE!! But that's another YA book.)

    Thank you so much for the comment and the follow!! : )

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  6. Hi, Giselle!

    Thank you! I sure hope that Santa can bring them all!!!!

    Yes, "Flame of Surrender" DOES sound terrific! I LOVE that cover, too!!

    Thanks for commenting!! : )

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