Friday, May 20, 2011

Weekend bbok blog hop via

Book Blogger Hop

 "If you were given the chance to spend one day in a fictional world (from a book), which book would it be from and what would that place be?"
Oh this is a hard question... and a good one. I have a few that I could spend the day with.
First would be in the book of "Pillars of the Earth" by Ken Follet. I find that time frame interesting with all the royalness (no this has nothing to do with all the hype of the royal wedding, sorry). I find all the primitive stuff interesting. The building of the church, the interaction of the people of the town and the royal families and priors. I loved that book and I think that it would just be fun, for one day, to experience that life, the simplicity.
Pillars of the Earth - With New Preface (ISBN10: 0451207149; ISBN13: 9780451207142)
Second would be a more recent book, "Private Scars" by Brenda Youngerman. I just recently reviewed this book and I would love to spend the day with the main character, Nancy. She seem to just need a HUG! She needs someone to just whisk her away for a few day into a safe haven and give her a break from her life.

I also would love to be in the Debbie Macomber book "The Good Yarn". I am a huge and passionate person for crocheting. It is so very relaxing to sit and create something with a needle and yarn for someone special. To go and sit and listen to the store "The Good Yarn", listen to all the beautiful characters in the book, to see a store filled with yarn and not be just in a section in Michaels or Joann's. To learn from other lovely ladies about their live or their crafty projects would be fun.
book cover of 
A Good Yarn 
 (Blossom Street, book 2)
Debbie Macomber

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  1. hello, welcome to the world of book blogging. its fun and interesting and addictive, at least thats my take on it. stop by my blog and enter my book giveaway. do not have to be a follower. click on the tabs that say blog tour and enter, thats it. happy reading.

  2. I’ve seen a lot of great picks and gathered some fresh titles to add to my ever-growing TBR list. My answer will probably stun most people because the world I picked is a place most people would be scared to death of and try to escape from. Me? I want in.

    Hop on over to my blog and be prepared for the unexpected –

    Howard Sherman

  3. Hi and welcome. I'm a new follower from the hops.
    I love Pillars of the Earth and World Without End is in my tbr pile!

    Nicki J Markus

  4. I haven't read any of the books you mentioned, although they sound as if they have wonderful settings, all of which would be fun to visit. I said Hogwarts like everyone else because, well, why WOULDN'T you want to visit there for a day?

    Glad to have found you via the Hop!