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Saturday, May 21, 2011

About Time For Some Hippity Hoppin'

I haven't done this for a few weeks, so I thought it was about time for some hoppin'. You can join in the fun by heading over to Crazy for Books. It really is a good time and it's always exciting to find awesome new book blogs.

This week, Jen asks: If you were given the chance to spend one day in a fictional world (from a book), which would it be?

- Hm, this is a tough one. I've been reading a lot of dystopian lately and none of those worlds sound at all appealing. So, I guess I'd have to go with Harry Potter's world - not the cupboard under the stairs one, but the Hogwarts one. Even with He Who Shall Not Be Named on the loose, it would be a thrilling, magical place to be.

How about you?

Thanks for hoppin' by my blog. Have a look around, leave me a comment, and be sure to leave me a link to your blog so I can hop by and check you out!


  1. A lot of people chose Hogarts. It would be a magical place to be.

  2. I've seen a lot of people choosing Harry Potter's world. I think it'd be so fun to be there! Thanks for stopping by. :)

  3. Harry Potter would actually probably be my choice too! That really would be a totally cool world to play in. Universal Studios does have a Harry Potter world section....some of my students went over the summer and went to ollivander's wand shop and everything. So you could partially fulfill this fantasy in a small sort of way.

  4. Yay for Harry Potter! I picked him too, and am currently watching the HP marathon on ABC family! Chamber of Secrets is on. Just hopping through. New follower and thanks for stopping by the blog. Have a great weekend!

  5. Hello, Susan. Thanks for stopping by. Hogwarts is a popular one, and for good reason. It would definitely be nice to be able to use magic.

  6. Hogwart's for the win! Great choice. Just hopping my way to your site. I'll make sure to keep up!

  7. Thanks for stopping by! I'd also like to live in Hogwarts. :]

  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog! New follower. :)

  9. Hopping by to visit and follow! Ah, but living under cupboard /leads/ to getting the invite to the exciting magical school. :-) But yes, despite the danger, I think the adventure would be well worth it.

  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    Hogwarts is a very popular place this Friday.

  11. I love dystopian books too but certainly wouldn't want to spend a day in them either.

  12. Hi Susan, I hate to admit it but I have never read the full Harry Potter series, I read the first book but then rean out of steam. I am going to have to do something about that soon.

    Thanks for visiting me at Hands and Home, I am now folowing you and so glad to have found your blog. I have to say, I absolutely LOVE your background and layout! Looking forward to reading more from you in the future!

  13. Lots of Hogwartians around these parts! hehe

    Thanks for stopping by my hop as well!

    ~ Sarah ♥ I'm Loving Books

  14. Thanks for stopping by! Hogwarts is #2 on my list, after Tamora Pierce's Tortall. Have a great weekend!

    Austine @ The Magick Pen

  15. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm a new follower of yours now as well. I can't believe I didn't think of the Harry Potter world when I was answering this question, but I do think it would be fun to be at Hogwarts for a day!

  16. Thanks for hopping over to my blog.

    I've seen a lot of Hogwarts answers, but you're the first that specified not the cupboard-under-the-stairs world and it made me chuckle. You'd have to be pretty strange to want to be in that world!

  17. Hi. Great Blog. I am a new follower via the blog hop. Would love to have to follow my blog at

    Thanks. Donna

  18. I think Hogarts would be great. I feel like I already live there! My youngest son, age 9-1/2 has just discovered Harry Potter so he runs around the house with a wand and exclaims his spells. He has watched the movies and is on the thrid book at this time. All three of my boys went through this stage! It is great fun!


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