Book Blogger Hop




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About the Book Blogger Hop

The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Jennifer from Crazy-For-Books in March 2010 and ended December 31, 2012.

 

I didn't want the hop to come to end, and with Jennifer's permission, I’ll relaunch the Book Blogger Hop on Friday, February 15th, 2013. Each week the hop will start on a Friday and end on Thursday. There will be a weekly prompt just like before. The hop's purpose will remain the same as it will give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog. 

Weekly Questions:  If you have a question, fill out the Form. Each blogger with a selected question will get credit during that week's hop. Remember to keep the questions & answers G-rated for the younger bloggers.

2016 Schedule


September
Sept. 2nd - 8th - Do you have books stacked in every room of your house or are you strictly a believer that books belong on bookshelves? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Sept. 9th - 15th - When you set a yearly reading goal, do you set it high to force yourself to meet that goal or do you keep it low and normally go over that goal any way? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Sept. 16th - 22nd - Have you ever wanted to write a book? If so, what genre would you choose? And...have you been successful in writing a book? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Sept. 23rd - 29th - How many years have you been blogging? Anything special you want to tell everyone about your experiences? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Sept. 30th - Oct. 6th - Do you encourage other reading friends to start a blog or at least put their thoughts/reviews on public reading sites such as Goodreads, Amazon, etc? (submitted by Elizabeth)




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October
Oct. 7th - 13th - Halloween Edition: Name one book that scared you so badly that you couldn't finish reading it. (submitted by Billy)
Oct. 14th - 20th - Halloween Edition: You come across an old library that has the one book you've been searching for for years, but the library happens to be haunted by ghosts. Would you go into the library to find the book? (submitted by Billy)
Oct. 21st - 27th - Halloween Edition: Instead of giving out candy to trick-or-treaters, you're going to give out homemade bookmarks. What would the bookmarks look like? (submitted by Billy)
Oct. 28th - Nov. 3rd - Halloween Edition: You've been invited to a costume party and the theme is classic literature characters. Who would you go as? (submitted by Billy)

November
Nov. 4th - 10th - When you settle in for the night with a good book, do you read until you can't stay awake or simply have a nightly page goal? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Nov. 11th - 17th - Are the giveaways on your blog publisher-sponsored giveaways or giveaways of your own books? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Nov. 18th - 24th - Would you take a book with you when you go to your family's Thanksgiving gathering/dinner? (submitted by Billy)
Nov. 25th - Dec. 1st - Name one book that you would fight for on Black Friday! (submitted by Billy)

December
Dec. 2nd - 8th - What format do you use to set up your giveaways? Rafflecopter, Google, Leave a Comment for an entry, or some other style? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Dec. 9th - 15th - What is your best guess that you won't be changing the genres you're currently read? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Dec. 16th - 22nd - What is your favorite holiday beverage to drink while you're reading? (submitted by Billy)
Dec. 23rd - 29th - Do you participate in reading challenges that have you reading for 24 hours, challenges that have a yearly goal, challenges that have you reading certain genres, or do you not participate in challenges? (submitted by Elizabeth)
Dec. 30th - Jan. 5th - Your New Year's Resolution is to read a classic novel that you have never read before. What book will it be? (submitted by Billy)


Note: I'll be updating this page with questions for 2017 soon, so please make sure to send in your questions!

38 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you're continuing the Book Blogger Hop! Congrats - love the new button too! :-)

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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  2. So glad it is continuing..
    Please join me at www.pattisreadingcorner.blogspot.com.

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  3. THANK YOU for reviving the Book Blogger Hop. I really enjoyed it.

    I sent Jennifer a ton of questions, but can't remember any. I asked if she still has them. If she does, I will send them along to you so you can choose from them.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews

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  4. I'm glad the Hop's continuing. Hopefully, it will get popular again as it's such a great vehicle for finding new book blogs to read. Thanks for keeping it going!

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  5. So glad to see the hop continue! Your button redesign is awesome as well. Thanks for taking it on!

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  6. Thanks for continuing the blog hop and taking questions! i also appreciate that you post the questions in advance so we can get a little headstart on writing responses. Great idea!

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  7. I appreciate your willingness to take on the Hop. It was my baby and although I tried, it was just too hard for me to keep up with every week. I'm so glad that you see the value in keeping it going and can put all the love and enthusiasm into it that I once did!! :) I look forward to following it on your blog!!
    All the best,
    Jennifer - Crazy-for-Books

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  8. It is great to see that this blog hop is coming back. I was only able to do this once and then it disappeared. I will be sure to be back here tomorrow to answer the weekly question.

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  9. I have been away from blogger for so long that I never realized that Jennifer had ended the Blogger Hop. Thanks for relaunching it!

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  10. Thanks for relaunching this blog hop!
    I will be linking up for the first time this week. =)

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  11. I look forward to starting the blog hop from next week

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  12. I came across this from another blog beyond strange new words. thx for keeping this going. this is the first book blog hop I've found! thinking about joining :) where would I find the link up for this blog hop?

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    1. Here is the link to this week's hop: http://www.coffeeaddictedwriter.com/2014/10/book-blogger-hop-halloween-edition-oct_9.html

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  13. I notice you havent got a question listed for 2-7 January 2015. I would like to ask "Do you delete old posts on your blog? How old ? What type(s)?"
    I saw someone post about this last year and it had never occurred to me to do so.

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  14. Hello! So I was wondering if we could just hop in (pun intended!) to the blogger hop whenever we want? And is it only one question for the entire week? Thank you! Lovely questions, blog and badge by the way!

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    1. Yes, any blogger can join the Blog Hop. You don't have to participate every week. There is a new question for the hop every Friday.

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