the hop!!

Tell us about one of your posts from this week and give us a link so we can read it (review or otherwise)!

This week, I was really excited about a post about Jules Verne. I posted about the Google logo, and about which of his books were my favourite.

If I may, I want to tell you about another post, however, which is about a subject that is very close to my heart. 
This week I posted -for the first time- about Robin Hood and books about him and his legendary band of merry men. He is a hero I much admire and love reading books much or even little related to him.

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Have a wonderful weekend.
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Cheree said...

Just popping in from the book hop to say hi. Hi.

Howard Sherman said...

The Post Is:

This week I reviewed a work of suspense fiction that is such a wide departure from the thriller genre that I feel everyone – fans and foes of the genre alike – really should investigate.

Hop on over to my blog and see for yourself – http://www.howardsherman.net

Howard A. Sherman, Implementor
Get Inside a Story

Phantom Paragrapher said...

Hi Im a new follower , www.thephantomparagrapher.blogspot.com and I love your sites background :) It gives it off romantic feeling. Like the Letters to Juliet.

alexandra george said...

thanks for commenting, you guys. I'm hopping over to your blogs now. Cheree, you're so funny :) hi yourself!!! Phantom, thanks so much for what you said, I'm so glad you like it.

Anonymous said...

Love your blog! I'm stopping by on the blog hop. I admit I've never read any Robin Hood books, might have to give them a try.

Somer @ A Bird's Eye Review

alexandra george said...

thanks for dropping by and following, Somer. your blog is lovely!!

Elizabeth said...

Stopping by from the blog hop....I so look forward to it each week.

I love to visit blogs and see the designs and to get new ideas for books.

Enjoy the hop...stop over for a visit to my blog: