Bibliophiliac is the space where one passionate, voracious reader reflects on books and the reading life. You will find reviews, analysis, links, and reflections on poetry and prose both in and out of the mainstream.

A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us. Franz Kafka

Friday, May 28, 2010

Book Blogger Hop Friday

On Fridays I hop. If you are visiting my blog for the first time, welcome! Please leave a comment so I can return your visit. Thanks, as always, to Jennifer at Crazy for Books for having this brilliant idea. To join the hop, visit Jennifer's blog, read the rules, and sign up.

I love writing for my book blog, but I also love reading and leaving comments at other blogs. My knowledge of the blogosphere would be greatly diminished without the hop.

Here are a few beloved blogs that I regularly read: Priya at The Plum Bean Project is a required daily reading spot for me. Another blog that I read daily is The Reading Ape -- a blog I discovered through the book blogger hop. A thousand Books with Quotes and The Curious Reader are two more beloved blogs that I have discovered through the hop, and there are many more.

So if you're hopping by, say hello before you hop on, and thanks for coming by...


Jamie said...

Hi; thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm following yours now; I really like the writing in your posts. :)

Have a great weekend!

Super Librarian said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and becoming a follower. I'm not following yours too!

I loved the story about your students texting you during class.

detweilermom said...

returning the hop and I am becoming a follower.

Unknown said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, Lisa. I've been following you with BlogLines for a few weeks now.

April said...

Happy Friday! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today and doing the hop! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

BookQuoter said...

I am so honored and appreciative of the shout-out. You have made my day.

Priya Parmar said...

you are so sweet! thank you! i check in here every day as well. the end of the affair is a slender little book to loom so large isn't it?

E.J. Stevens said...

Found you through the Hop and am now following. :)

Let's do the Hop!

My Hop is here.


Melissa said...

Hopping by to say hi!