Book Blogger Hop: July 23-26, 2010

Posted 23 July, 2010 | Mary @ TheBookSwarm | | 30 Comments

Book Blogger Hop

The books I’m currently reading are:

The Carb Lover’s Diet–I’m a carb addict and I’m trying to get healthy so I’m all about this book. I should have time to try the recipes within the next few days and, hopefully, they’re as good as they look in the pictures (plus, they seem pretty simple and I’m all about simplicity, especially when it comes to cooking which I don’t like).

Forget You–Jennifer Echols: Just started it (I’m on the first page!) but I’ve heard great things.

Can’t wait to see what you all are reading!

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30 Responses to “Book Blogger Hop: July 23-26, 2010”

  1. hi, I just became a new follower. I’ve heard great things about Jennifer Echols too. I definitely need to add her to my wishlist 🙂

  2. I LOVED Forget You by: Jennifer Echols! I actually just did my review on it not two days ago. It’s amzing and I hope you love it. 😀

  3. Hello, I’m stopping by from the hop, and I’m about to become your newest follower.
    I love your layout, and I’m looking forward to becoming a regular reader!

    from Une Parole

  4. Stopping by on the book blog hop, i am a new follower.

    Check out my blog and come and join us on Bokk Chat Sundays along with other book bloggers and authors.

    Love the layout!

  5. Don’t you just love the hop? So many great bloggers and readers out there! I’ll be stopping by your blogs later today–not to make you jealous but I’m spending the day on the lake! With plenty of sunscreen!

    Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you all soon. 🙂

  6. Hopping through via blog hop and am now a follower! love your blog 🙂 Yes I’ve heard lots of good things about Jennifer Echols can’t wait to hear how you like it! Happy Reading 🙂

  7. Hey there, just hopping on by from the blog hop! I’m a carb addict too… LOVE anything carby. Nice blog, love the bees.

    I am now a brand new follower!

    I’m reading Nevermore by Kelly Creagh, An American on Purpose by Craig Ferguson, The Afflicted Girls by Suzy Witten.