Friday, October 29, 2010

Book Blogger Hop (2)

I had so much fun last week participating in the book blogger hop hosted by Jen at Crazy for Books that I'm doing it all over again. I found some great new blogs and added new books to my TBR pile.

The question for this week is:

What is the one bookish thing you would love to have, no matter the cost?

My answer: I'd love to have an authentic medieval illuminated manuscript.

How about you?
Book Blogger Hop


  1. Out of all the answers I have read, your is the most unique! Love it!

    Have a great weekend!

  2. Dropping via the friday hops. I am your newest follower. For this week's question, I'd like to have my own library. Check my answer at Clandestine Sanctuary. Enjoy the weekend! :)

  3. ooo, an illuminated manuscript! cool! I'm slowly making my way through the White Queen which is the first P. Gregory book I've read. I remember seeing some buzz about The Queen's Daughter. I'll have to sick it on my TBR! Thanks for stopping by The Prairie Library!

  4. Hi Susan, thanks for hopping by! A medieval illuminated manuscript would be awesome.

    Also, yes, the Prydain series is just so classic! I've re-read it many times and I have the whole series in one huge book that has a spot on my favorites shelf :D

  5. Your answer is awesome! Most I've read involved a library of some sort.
    Your book is on my wishlist!

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. Wow, your answer is so creative! Thanks for visiting The Window Seat Reader. Have a great weekend!

  7. Ooh, that's a creative response! Lovely :)

    Thanks for following me. I'm following back :) I'm having a 50th follower milestone giveaway. Hope you'll check it out here. Have a great Hallowe'en weekend!

  8. good answer! That would be really cool. And you can house it in my fantasy 19th century style library! :-)
    Thanks for hopping by my blog earlier. I'm a new follower. Have a great weekend.

  9. Hi - I am a new follower. I can't wait to see future posts! I am in such awe of you - an author!! One of my dreams.

  10. Creative answer!
    The Queen's Daughter sounds interesting - I'm adding it to my to-read list right now!

  11. THAT would be way flippin' cool! And so much better than my little dream of a wall of bookshelves! LOL!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries