Friday, October 29, 2010

Book Blogger Hop 10.29.10

It's been a while since I've participating in the hop, but I couldn't resist this week.   Brought to you by Jennifer at Crazy For Books, the Book Blogger Hop is a fun way to get to know other book bloggers.


This week's question:  What is the one bookish thing you would love to have, no matter the cost?

I would absolutely love to have a reading room in my house where the shelves are lined with books from floor to ceiling, there are comfy, cozy, oversized chairs to curl up in, there are windows to look out and see all the seasons, and there are candles around and a fireplace to use on cold days. I would also have my new quilt (made by my brother's girlfriend) on my chair - see pics below (and yes, there are rows of books on the quilt!) - and maybe get one or two more to put on the other chairs in the room. There would be no electronic devices allowed in the room - no tvs, no computers, no cell phones - it would just be a reading haven!

What about you?

17 comments:

  1. Rows of books on the quilt, delightful. I love the look of candles in a fireplace also.

    I'm already a follower.

    Here is my post.

    http://teawithmarce.blogspot.com/2010/10/blog-hop-inspiration-for-my-libraryart.html

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  2. You are a woman after my own heart as I described something very similar. I also have a second book dream too though. To be a publisher someday! Have a super weekend!
    The Delusional Diaries

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  3. Just hopping by to say Hi. If you havent already. Stop by and enter my book giveaways and my Poll.
    http://readforyourfuture.blogspot.com/
    See you next week
    Lora

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  4. Dropping via the friday hops. Already a follower. For this week's question, I'd like to have my own library. Check my answer at Clandestine Sanctuary. Enjoy the weekend! :)

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  5. Thank you for stopping by... and that quilt is gorgeous!

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  6. I love reading about everyone's thoughts on the perfect library. They're all different.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Following!

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  7. Hi there! Stopping by from the hop! I'm a new follower. Have a great weekend!

    -Kaitlyn
    http://nocturnalreadings.blogspot.com

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  8. That is definitely the best quilt ever. I bet it's the best thing to wrap up in while reading. I should get my mom to make me something similar.

    -Emily @ Reading While Female

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  9. Fantastic description! and I LOVE that quilt :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  10. That is an amazing quilt! I want one.

    What I really need is a Tardis. It is bigger on the inside so there is plenty of storage space, and it travels in time so I can go back and read at the same time as I am doing something else. :D

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  11. I would love to have the same thing! Have a great weekend!

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  12. Hi! I'm stopping by from the hop. I'm a new follower.

    I would love to have my own library or reading room as well.

    Have a nice weekend.

    http://librarymosaic.blogspot.com/

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  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Love your library-vision and that quilt is too cute! I definitely want one of them.

    Happy weekend!

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  14. Love that quilt! Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier!

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  15. I want a quilt like that! I love it!! I agree our answers are most alike but we love books! Your blog brightend my day. I'm sorry its taken me so long to get back to you. I had a unexpected crazy week and I'm sorry! Thanks for finding me. I am following you now.
    tiffany @ http://acozyreaderscorner.blogspot.com

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