Blog Hop & Follow Friday!! 5/20

It’s time for the Blog Hop & Follow Friday again! I love this part of the week because  I’m meeting so many awesome bloggers, writers, readers *sigh*. So to all of you hopping with me I’m smiling widely like a doofus and waving frantically as always!!

Blog Hop is hosted over at Crazy-for-Books. These memes were created to help make the web smaller, and introduce us bloggers to one another. We can find sites and meet people and follow those we love! We increase our followers and we get some fun new sites to add to our dashboards too. Its a big win-win and I am thrilled to be taking part again this week.

So the question this week at Crazy for Books is:

“If you were given the chance to spend one day in a fictional world (from a book), which book would it be from and what would that place be?”

I’m pretty embarrassed to tell you how long I’ve sat thinking about this question. I really have no  idea. I’ve read close to 50 books this year, most of which were YA and I never once thought, “Wow, I’d like to live there!” YA isn’t usually about the place and you don’t get a great look at the community. I wouldn’t want to go back to high school for all the money in the world. I suppose if I had to chose somewhere from what I’ve read lately I would say in Janet Evanovich’s Wicked Appetite, which takes place in Salem. I’ve never been to Salem, but she describes it like the super nuttiest small town in America. I do love small town America, so I’ll go with that for my answer – but please know I’m totally NOT satisfied with it :(

Now, I can’t wait to see what you all came up with. I’m sure I’ll be slapping my head over it. You guys always make me think “Oh! Duh Julie! WHay didn’t I think of that??”


Thanks everyone for stopping by! Leave a comment and tell me if you follow! I always follow back!!!

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