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Friday, May 4, 2012

Follow Friday # 6

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Follow Friday is a weekly blog hop hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee that expands your blog following by joint efforts between bloggers. This week's featured bloggers are The Housework Can Wait and Ali's Bookshelf.

Question of the Week:  
What is one thing you wish you could tell your favorite author?

Woo! This will be my first F&F post in such a long time and I'm really glad that the question of the week is really fun. Well, if I could tell J.K. Rowling something I would say that I may be her long-lost daughter. I swear, there must be some kind of mistake in the heavens and for some reason I ended up with my kind of lame parents (don't tell them I said that). They're the most muggle persons I know and they do not read. Shame.  I even share the same birthday with her first-born daughter, July 27. Sounds legit, right?

Anyhow, Rick Riordan would be on the top of my list as well. I like him and J.K. Rowling battle it out to Who's The Toughest? Percy Jackson or Harry Potter? The wizard who killed Voldemort or the demigod who fought plenty of immortal beings? It's kind of moot, I'd say but seeing them together would be the best day of my entire existence.

But in all seriousness, I'd say to them how they have changed my reading experience. I would've never love books as much as I do now, if I haven't come across their works. J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter will be forever a part of my childhood and Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson, well, reminded me how much I am a sucker for a good mythology and how much I am a still a child at heart.


What about you? 
Share your answer down below or link-up with your own FF post. 

Thanks for stopping by! Happy Friday! :)

36 comments:

  1. Maybe you could make a good case for being switched at birth ;)

    New GFC follower. My FF.

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  2. Hopping through. I'd love to be JK Rowling's long lost daughter if I could get a nice inheritance. Then I could blog full time :-)
    My Hop

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    1. Inheritance or not, I think it'd be awesome to be a daughter of someone like J.K. Rowling! :)

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  3. I am so extremely happy to see J.K. Rowling's name pop up in almost every FF post today!!! She has surely earned it!

    I'm a new GFC follower btw ;)

    Here's my Follow Friday Stop by and follow back?

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    1. She has! Thanks for stopping by Vanya.

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  4. Great answer, Ms. Rowling, lol!

    Thanks for stopping by! Followed you back via GFC :)

    Happy Friday!

    Jamie@Addicted2Heroines

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    1. Ooh, I love that Jamie! lol! Thank you. :)

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  5. Love Rowling's work! Excited about her new book, but also a little antsy too! Don't know what to expect from it!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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    1. Me too! Guess we'll see how it'll turn out. I'm hoping for the best!

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  6. Great answer! Thanks for stopping by my blog!!

    Have a great Friday!

    Valerie @ Intriguing Reads!

    Following you via FB and Twitter

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  7. I like that answer. Can I be a long lost daughter too??

    Following GFC and Twitter (@BookWitchJen)

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    1. Of course! Then we could be long-lost sisters as well. Hi sistah! XD

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Isn't it amazing how books like Rowlings can change your life? Like suddenly make you get into reading and then you're hooked for life!

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    1. It is! I read tons of books when I was a kid pre-HP but I have this feeling that I could somehow drop that hobby in the long run. However after reading the Harry Potter series, I knew for sure that because of this series reading has already became a part of who I am.

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  9. J.K. Rowling and Rick Riordan FTW! <3
    I gotta say you're not the only one who wishes to be the Queen's daughter. Oh heavens! How awesome would it be if we were actually her daughter?
    And Rick Riordan. He is one of the reasons why my love for mythology strengthens. He's so creative with his works, I actually wonder if he is some sort of a demigod himself, with all the powers of creativity. Hehe.
    Most of all, I agree with the fact that their books are not just books, they have been instruments to changing a person's life too.
    Cheers to both of them (and to you as well)! Haha.

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    1. It would be the awesomest news! And maybe Riordan is a demigod! *gasps* Why didn't I think of that? Thank you for stopping by Noely!

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  10. I've been seeing J.k. Rowling everywhere.

    Thanks for stopping by,
    @ Livin' Life Through Books

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  11. I almost picked J.K. Rowling, because it doesn't matter how many times I read the Harry Potter series, I can never get enough of it.

    Thanks for following! Followed back.

    Abbey Ann
    http://abbeyannsbookland.blogspot.com/2012/05/feature-follow-2.html

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  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am now following your blog. Percy Jackson vs Harry Potter?!?!? That would be pretty awesome. Love your layout. Very unique!

    DT from Dead Trees and Silver Screens

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    1. Thank you! Yep, HP vs PJ that would be really epic. :D

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  13. What a popular answer! I'm not going to lie, I did not enjoy the first Harry Potter book so I never read any of the others *gasp* I know right?

    Thanks for stopping by my blog :) Following you back!

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    1. Maybe you should try again. Maybe this time it'd work. :)

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  14. Great post!! I would love to speak with J.K. Rowling..that would be awesome :D


    Happy reading and thanks for stopping by my blog!!

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  15. Love your answer :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    New GFC follower

    Shelley @ Gizmos Reviews

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  16. So many J.K. Rowling picks! I'd imagine it would be fun to be her daughter, long-lost or otherwise.

    Thanks for following on my FF!

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  17. OMG I freaking LOVE Rick Riordan and J.K. Rowling so so much!! Great answer!! New follower. :)

    My FF Post

    -Riya (The Teen Book Guru)

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  18. great! it's a nice answer and I totally agree with you!

    old follower

    here is mine

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  19. I love JK Rowling. Its her books that got me into reading in the first place. I owe her a lot.

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  20. That would actually be so awesome if you were her long-lost daughter! :) I actually haven't read any Rick Riordan (I know, really bad) but it sounds really good and I have to pick it up soon. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm just hopping through! :)

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    1. Yes, it would! :) I hope you do pick up PJ and enjoy it. :)

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  21. Oh, grrr to parents who don't read! My mother isn't a big reader, but my dad was (I never lived with him - so strange how I picked that up anyway). Although my mom didn't mind reading necessarily. I guess she just had other things that interested her more.
    Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. My parents also don't mind. What they actually mind is me hauling books in the house and me badgering them to increase my allowance so I could buy more books! Haha! Oh my mother has other interests and that would be the evil Facebook. ;)

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  22. Thank you for stopping by everyone! :D

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  23. Meeting J.K. Rowling and Rick Riordan would be so awesome! Love your answer!

    Thanks for hopping by for FF!!

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