There was a Bunny-Foo-Foo…
Who Got Me Boppin’…
Onto this BlogHopping Challenge
I was glacing through my incoming links and I found that a blog called A Reader’s Respite was linking to my site through an article written called “Little Bunny Foo Foo is Hoppin Thru.” I totally remember “Little Bunny Foo Foo Hopping Through the Forest…” from when I was a kid. Had to click.
This takes me back to Alpha Heroes who is hosting this challenge.
For this challenge, I discover the rules are as follows:
- Starting here (for me, this was A Reader’s Respite), find a linked blog that you’ve never been to before. It does not have to be book-related. If none of the links in my sidebar are new to you, hit the BBAW list and start there.
- Go to the blog you’ve chosen and browse through the posts until you find something you find interesting. Leave a comment. Mention where you found the link. Mention of this challenge is optional.
- Using the links in THAT blog, repeat. If you find yourself somewhere that does not have any new-to-you links, go back to the BBAW list. Be sure to leave a comment in each location, mentioning where you found their site linked.
- Repeat until you have visited 10 new blogs.
- Write a post on your blog showing your bloghopping trail. Content is up to you; you can highlight your favorites, critique the sites, or just post the list of 10.
- I’d love it if you link back to this post.
- Optional: add your favorites to your own sidebar, or temporarily put up a blogroll widget with the 10 sites you visited.
- Optional: Come back here and leave a link to your post in comments.
That somehow led me to Amy’s Corner of the World.
Which led me to Smart Bitches Trashy Books’ site. This site is super neato. I wish I knew how to self-host and all that stuff. So cool!
Onto the BookStack.
Then to Stephanie’s Written Word.
I really liked the author’s picture on A Century of Nerve. (She’s pretty.)
An authors’ of first books site at 1st Books was next.
Which led me to a similar site called The Debutante Ball.
Then, I ran out. But, Lisa M. of Books on the Brain had told me about She Just Walks Around With It… so, I went there for my final stop.