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Book Blogger Hop

 This week's question: "Who's your all-time favorite book villain?"

My favorite book villain has to be Dorian Grey from Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Grey. Seriously, anyone who is willing to sell their soul to the devil and murder their friend-- in order to stay young forever-- is pure evil. My second choice would be all the little heathens that helped murder poor Piggy in Lord of the Flies. Conformity is not cool.

This week's question: What's the most embarrassing thing you've done on cold medicine?

Well, thank goodness I don't really have any horrible stories to tell about this one. I do remember needing cold medicine and tissue (desperately) while sitting in a math class in college. That was embarrassing. It's hard to take a test while trying to keep snot from dripping out your nose. Sorry if that was really gross. It was really humiliating. 


  1. just hopping through. Both your choices are great. I would have never thought of the kids from lord of the flies, but they were horrible. Poor Piggy...

    Have a great weekend!

  2. stopping by, good picks, Snape & Lord Voldemort is mine.

  3. Hey hopping on by and am now a new follower yaaay.
    Same here nothing exciting and funny has happened to me =[ kinda sucks lol
    Feel free to check out my blog

  4. Stopping in for FF. Hope you have a great weekend. Following :).


  5. Just hopping by and new follower. I didn't even think of Lord of the Flies... they were great "villains" because they were realistic. Poor Piggy.

  6. Old follower just stopping by to say hi and happy Friday!

  7. My favorite book villain is, hands down, is the Napoleon of crime -
    Professor James Moriarty.

    It took me less than ten seconds to come up with my answer. But you'll
    never guess why.

    Hop on over to my blog and find out --

    Howard Sherman

  8. Hey there, I just started following you and it would be awesome if you would stop by my blog to do the same!

    I really appreciate new followers since I just started my blog less than two weeks ago! Thanks. (^_^)

  9. Lord of the Flies is one of my favorite books. I felt so bad for Piggy when they broke his glasses!

  10. Love your blog name and nice fresh colors.

    I love this week's question.

    ...Stopping by from the Blog Hop.

    .....stop by my blog for my answer and also a book giveaway.

    Stop by my blog for a book giveaway:


    Chelsey Emmelhainz of HARPER COLLINS is graciously providing FIVE copies for five lucky winners.

  11. Great answers! Thanks for dropping by my blog!

    Somer @ A Bird's Eye Review

  12. I'm just hopping by to say Happy Follow Friday! I'm a new follower - come visit me! :)

    Jenny @ Into The Morning Reads

    PS: You should join New Books for New Bloggers -- you're just the type of blogger we look for!

  13. New follower hopping through! Happy Friday!
    Jennifer @ Just Nooking Around

  14. Haha, my favorite villain is a pretty obvious one from Harry Potter. He seems to be a popular choice this week.

    Just hoppin' through! Have a great weekend! :)

    iLive, iLaugh, iLove Books

  15. New follower hopping by! Drop by if you get a chance and have a great weekend!

    My Bookish Ways FF

  16. Hi! Just stopping by from the Hop. I'm your newest follower!!! Awww, poor Piggy (lol-his name is kinda funny tho...*cough* sry...I'll be serious now)...I read that book in 7th grade and I remember asking my mom if she liked it (she was urging me to read it) and she answer "Its a classic"...I should have known that wasn't an answer to my question but I took it as a yes. I hated that book...mostly because of all the terrible things those boys did-just barbaric...and i liked Piggy! Also, I haven't read Dorian Gray but I really want sister loves it!
    Have a great weekend :)
    Caroline @ Bon Bons and Reveries

  17. Great villians! Thanks for stopping by my blog and I am returning the follow.
    Truly Bookish


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