Friday, December 13, 2013

Book Blogger Hop - 12/13 - 12/19

 
 Question of the Week:

What books do you want for Christmas?

My Answer:
I really haven't thought about what books I want since I get so many all year.

So I am going to say that what I want for Christmas is to enjoy all the books I already have.  :)
 

20 comments:

  1. THANKS, Kathy.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. Hmm I didn't ask for book this year - gasp!
    I usually do but there were other things I needed/wanted.
    So I agree with you, I will enjoy all the books that are awaiting on my shelves.

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  3. On my Curl up and Read blog, I document books purchased, read, etc. And when I look at my stacks, I realize that I, too, must concentrate on the books I already have.

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  4. I think that is a very good Christmas wish, plus you are most certain to get it! I hope you enjoy!

    My BBH

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  5. LOL, Valeria.

    Definitely correct!!

    THANKS for stopping.

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  6. THANKS for stopping, Laurel.

    I love curling up especially since it is VERY cold here.

    ENJOY your weekend.

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  7. Thanks for stopping, Wall-to-wall books.

    Nice to see you again.

    ENJOY the books you already have.

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  8. Ditto, I'd like to enjoy the books I already have. BUT, if my friends and family would insist, I'd like anything I don't have by Agatha Christie.

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  9. That's a good Christmas book wish! I do have one book I really want and that is David and Goliath. It's on one of my TBR posts on my blog.

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  10. Thanks, Ruth.

    I hope you get David and Goliath.

    THANKS for stopping by.

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  11. I know that's right! I am overwhelmed with the number of books I have right now too. Great answer.

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  12. I've asked for 'Burial Rites' by Hannah Kent, and 'Wolves of Midwinter' by Anne Rice. Either one would make my Christmas ;-)

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  13. I hope you get Burial Rites, Tracey. It was very good.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  14. THANKS for stopping, Irene.

    Sounds like a plan. :)

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  15. Alysia...I think most of us have more than we need, but it is fun to get more. :)

    Thanks for stopping.

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  16. THANKS, Vicki.

    Glad you could stop by.

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