Friday, December 9, 2011

FOLLOW FRIDAY


Hey there, and welcome to another Follow Friday!!  I love finding new blogs and meeting new people, and that's what the Follow's all about :)  The weekly meme is hosted by the always awesome Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  This week's features are Keeping Up With Roxy's Books and Anonymous Reads.

Q: Keeping with the Spirit of Giving this season, what book do you think EVERYONE should read and if you could, you would buy it for all of your family and friends?

There's no contest.  I think everyone, everywhere should read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.  I'd give a copy to every child, adult, girl, or boy that I know (or don't know).  I think Rowling's writing speaks to all people.  The magic she managed to contain in that book--that series--doesn't fade over time.  It casts that same spell every time you open the book, and I wish for everyone to experience that :D

Hope everyone's having a great holiday season!

Ninja Girl

14 comments:

  1. I loved Harry Potter. I'm a new follower.
    http://readinginthemountains.blogspot.com/

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  2. Hopping through. I so agree. Harry Potter is a must read for everyone.
    My Hop

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  3. Harry Potter is a MUST for everyone.

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  4. I am going to try Harry Potter again this winter.
    New follower from FF.
    My Follow Friday

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  5. I promised a couple of fellow book bloggers I wouldn’t “machine gun” my Follow Friday posts on the blogs I visit but this week’s Follow Friday has inspired me to make an important exception.

    The book I think everyone should read is a work of non-fiction called The Four Hour Workweek. The thing is, the book is very well written and entertaining so it reads like a work of fiction. What the book can do to enhance your life and change the way you live day by day seems unbelievable on its face which might mark it a legitimate work of fiction for the skeptics out there.

    If you read this work of non-fiction and really follow the advice it gives and apply the insights you’ll gain, your life will read like a modern tale fairytale.

    I encourage, implore and even insist you follow me back to my book blog so you can find out why I think EVERYONE should read The Four Hour Workweek – http://www.howardsherman.net

    TGIFF!

    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  6. Just stopping by. Happy friday, and happy holidays!

    A lot of people recommended Harry, and I think that's great. What a wonderful story to recommend. :)

    Alexandra~
    http://www.wordsoftheworlds.blogspot.com

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  7. Harry potter is THE great choice! I didn't know the other one...

    old follower

    here is mine

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  8. I totally agree with your choice, Harry Potter should be mandatory reading in schools at this point!:P

    New follower from FF:)
    Nina at Lost in the Pages

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  9. Yes! I'm loving all the Harry Potter love today!

    I'm a new follower :)
    Here's my FF

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  10. Harry Potter is by far one of the best series every written! <3

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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  11. I'm ashamed to admit that I have not read a single book from the Harry Potter series. I know, I know..I should be shot on sight...lol. I do mean to read it and soon.

    Have a great weekend!
    Evie@Paromantasy

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  12. There are so many people picking Harry Potter! :D I guess it's quite amazing. :)

    http://niinas-reading-and-reviewing.blogspot.com/2011/12/friday-follow-gift-choosing-edition.html

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  13. Yes yes yes to Harry Potter! Everyone--and I mean every man, woman, child, and anyone else inbetween--needs to read Harry Potter! NOW! JKR=GENIUS.

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  14. You know, I've never read any of the Harry Potter books. Someday, I think I will....Just gotta read everything on my bookshelf first.

    I went to LeakyCon's Lit Day and it was what really made me want to read them; they talked about how we can all relate to Harry and his journey (being an outcast, trying to fit in somewhere...). It was very inspiring.

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