Blog Hop Friday

Posted March 24th, 2011 by in *Feature/Meme / 0 comments


Welcome to Once Upon A Chapter!
Take a look at what happened this week:

Saturday – Chapter One:
Getting to Know ‘Once Upon A Chapter’ Blogger Stephanie
Sunday – Chapter Two:
Guest Review: Horngate Witches Series by Jennifer
Monday – Chapter Three:
Review: A Darker Shade of Dead by Bianca D’Arc
(Rating: C; Heat Level: 4)
Tuesday – Chapter Four:
The Horror of Romance: Kiss in the Dark by Jenna Mills
Wednesday – Chapter Five:
Author Spotlight: Della Jacobs
Thursday – Chapter Six:
Review: Caine’s Reckoning by Sarah McCarty
(Rating: A+; Heat Level: 5)

Questions of the week: Q. Inspired by the inane twitter trend of #100factsaboutme, give us five BOOK RELATED silly facts about you.

Answer:
1) I own 1200 books…I would say a little less than half are in my TBR! 🙁
2) In 4th grade, it became my mission to read every FEAR STREET book by R.L. Stine in existence. It has been years since I’ve read them, but I still own all 200 Fear Street books I read throughout Jr. High!
3) I got the reading bug from my mother…she owns over 5000 Harlequin Romance novels. She can’t part with any of them and knows details about each book!
4) I prefer print books over ebooks. I like a little less technology and a lot more romance with my reading! lol
5) I try to put all my books on display. I have four huge book cases in my office and I converted the closet into another book case. But I’m quickly running…out…of…room! Ah!

THANKS FOR STOPPING BY!!!

Stephanie

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  1. Christy @ TheReaderB

    You own 1200 books?!?! That's really impressive! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, I'm following you in return!

  2. Tyraa

    Wow, that's a lot of books. I'd love to have that many! I'm your newest follower 🙂

  3. WildIrishRose33

    I'm for hard copy books over ebooks as well. Ebooks are cool when they're free… but I don't like having to read something where it's a possibility my battery might die. LoL.Here's my FF!New follower!

  4. Christy @ TheReaderBee

    You own 1200 books?!?! That's really impressive! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, I'm following you in return!

  5. Tyraa

    Wow, that's a lot of books. I'd love to have that many!
    I'm your newest follower 🙂

  6. Sakura Sandra

    I read a bajillion of the R.L. Stine books growing up too, but I read more of the Goosebumps ones than the Fear Street ones (although I did read those too). I definitely disagree with you about the ereader though. I LOVE my NookColor and I read about 98% of my books on there now. :)Anyway, please stop by my blog to follow me as well and thanks for the giveaway you're hosting as well!-Sandra from http://sandrathenookworm.blogspot.com

  7. Alison Can Read

    Hopping through. I used to love Fear Street! I'm guessing I couldn't get through them now without laughing hysterically.My Hop

  8. WildIrishRose33

    I'm for hard copy books over ebooks as well. Ebooks are cool when they're free… but I don't like having to read something where it's a possibility my battery might die. LoL.

    Here's my FF!

    New follower!

  9. Darkeva

    Holy samolians, that IS a lot of books!! 😉 Old follower stopping by for friday follow, wanted to say hello, and that I also used to love the Fear Street books but also Goosebumps. I guess I have liked horror from an early age :-)Have a great weekend!Darkeva

  10. Crystal Grant

    New follower! I absolutely used to love Fear Street even though they use to scare the pants off me! I couldn't even imagine having 5000 book and knowing each in detail. I can't even remember what I wore yesterday much less what I read last year! Have a happy weekend!

  11. Kristi The Book Faer

    Oh, I can so relate to you! Like you, I've got so many books and I wouldn't part with one of them.I do have a kindle with over 600 books and I got used to using it quicker then I thought I would. I have many many print books too but I couldn't begin to count them!I have book cases everywhere. We live near a large Amish community and they have beautiful craftmanship so my hubby buys be a bookshelf from them on Birthdays, Holidays, etc…It's interesting, I have found that a large majority of readers like us have moms that are avid readers. Just goes to show how important it is to really encourage our kids to read!Stop by and see me!Kristi's FF

  12. Sakura Sandra

    I read a bajillion of the R.L. Stine books growing up too, but I read more of the Goosebumps ones than the Fear Street ones (although I did read those too). I definitely disagree with you about the ereader though. I LOVE my NookColor and I read about 98% of my books on there now. 🙂

    Anyway, please stop by my blog to follow me as well and thanks for the giveaway you're hosting as well!

    -Sandra from http://sandrathenookworm.blogspot.com

  13. Alison Can Read

    Hopping through. I used to love Fear Street! I'm guessing I couldn't get through them now without laughing hysterically.
    My Hop

  14. Darkeva

    Holy samolians, that IS a lot of books!! 😉 Old follower stopping by for friday follow, wanted to say hello, and that I also used to love the Fear Street books but also Goosebumps. I guess I have liked horror from an early age 🙂

    Have a great weekend!
    Darkeva

  15. Crystal Grant

    New follower! I absolutely used to love Fear Street even though they use to scare the pants off me! I couldn't even imagine having 5000 book and knowing each in detail. I can't even remember what I wore yesterday much less what I read last year! Have a happy weekend!

  16. Kristi The Book Faery

    Oh, I can so relate to you! Like you, I've got so many books and I wouldn't part with one of them.

    I do have a kindle with over 600 books and I got used to using it quicker then I thought I would. I have many many print books too but I couldn't begin to count them!
    I have book cases everywhere. We live near a large Amish community and they have beautiful craftmanship so my hubby buys be a bookshelf from them on Birthdays, Holidays, etc…

    It's interesting, I have found that a large majority of readers like us have moms that are avid readers. Just goes to show how important it is to really encourage our kids to read!

    Stop by and see me!

    Kristi's FF

  17. Jessi

    New follower stopping by on this fabulous Follow Friday! (I have to say that your blog title caught my eye–love it!)I'm the same way with bookshelves. I recently hinted to my husband that maybe it was time for #7…or that we could put away a bunch of his academic books that he doesn't "need." We didn't quite see eye to eye on this one!I hope you'll stop by and take a look at my FF post! Happy Friday!

  18. Jessi

    New follower stopping by on this fabulous Follow Friday! (I have to say that your blog title caught my eye–love it!)

    I'm the same way with bookshelves. I recently hinted to my husband that maybe it was time for #7…or that we could put away a bunch of his academic books that he doesn't “need.” We didn't quite see eye to eye on this one!

    I hope you'll stop by and take a look at my FF post! Happy Friday!

  19. Liz

    Hi! I'm a new follower. Wow I can't believe you have over 1200 books! That's amazing. I hope I'll have that many someday. :)Liz @ thatswhatlizread.blogspot.com

  20. Natalie (Mindful Mus

    You have 600 books in your to-read pile? Whew! **Wipes forehead.** I was starting to think that they could have their own Hoarders episode on me and my books! Glad to see I'm not the only one! Lol.

  21. Liz

    Hi! I'm a new follower. Wow I can't believe you have over 1200 books! That's amazing. I hope I'll have that many someday. 🙂

    Liz @ thatswhatlizread.blogspot.com

  22. Natalie (Mindful Musings)

    You have 600 books in your to-read pile? Whew! **Wipes forehead.** I was starting to think that they could have their own Hoarders episode on me and my books! Glad to see I'm not the only one! Lol.

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