Friday, November 16, 2012

Book Blog Hop and Follow Friday (11-16-12)

Happy Friday everyone! I hope that you are having a great month of November, which will shortly be over (isn't that astonishing?!) and are gearing up for the craziness that is December. I am so excited for this weekend because I have a 5 DAY WEEKEND!!!! That's right, 5 days off from work and it is not one of my vacations. I am super excited because we as a family are taking a little trip to Disney World (which just happens to be my most favorite place in the whole wide world). So after tomorrow, I am free!!! Super excited, mostly because working in a restaurant, you rarely get 4 day weekends, so a 5 day?!? That's just amazing. Let's get onto the Friday fun ...

Jen at Crazy for Books asks:

The bookish gods are giving you free hand, you can pick any one character (book, TV series/movie, play etc) and inject them into a different novel of your choice. Which character and series would you mix’n'match?

Wow, this is a toughie! I would place Blair Waldorf (Gossip Girl) in the Shopaholic series. I think Blair loves to shop enough that her and Becky would get along great, but she's such a schemer that it would really keep Becky on her toes.

Parajunkee asks:

What movie would make a great book?

Another tough question! All my favorite movies are based upon books (Forrest Gump, The King's Speech), but I think that Up would make a great book. I mean, Carl and Ellie's love story is so touching that you know it would be a bestseller!

So, which characters would you move around? What movie would make a great book? Let me know and have a great weekend!


  1. Stop by to see my rebellious answer if you like. THANKS for your answer about changing the characters.

    Happy Hopping!!

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    My answer.

  2. Up would be such a cute book to read! Great Answer :D
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  3. I could see Blair teaming up with Luke's mother. They seem like they could get along. :)

    Fun match up!

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  4. Hehe, cool choices.
    New follower hopping thought, have a great bookish weekend :)

  5. Up would make a terrific book! I love that movie :)

  6. Oooh two shoppers in one book! I wonder what they'd buy... and UP would totally make a great book. I'd probably bawl just as much as I did for the movie.

    Jessica @ Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile

  7. Up was such a sweet story. I would be good in print. Hi, I'm a new follower. Please consider following me.
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