Short Stories, Irish literature, Classics, Modern Fiction, Contemporary Literary Fiction, The Japanese Novel, Post Colonial Asian Fiction, The Legacy of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and quality Historical Novels are Among my Interests

Friday, April 1, 2011

Welcome to all Book Blog Hoppers-April 1 to April 3

"Welcome to all Bloggers"-Charles    
Every week Jennifer of Crazy for Books hosts the Book Blogger Hop.    This is a great event that allows book bloggers around the world to connect.    I have discovered lots of great blogs this way and gained  wonderful readers.  

I return all follows.

Every week Jennifer poses a question for us-this week she asks us to say what is the best April's Fools Day prank we have ever played or had played on us?    In truth I really do not play April fool pranks and have been happily prank free.  

My blog is about 60 percent on Short Stories, 20 percent on classics and 20 percent on Asian Fiction.  

If you stop by my blog , please leave a comment so I can return the visit or follow.  

Mel u


Bookish Brunette said...

New follower!! Happy (almost) Friday!

The Bookish Brunette

Soooz Burke said...

Hi I'm stopping by courtesy of Book Blogger Hop. I am now following your lovely looking blogsite.

My response to Jen's Question is here:

Susan said...

I'm not much of a prankster either. I tease my kids a bit, but that's all. Happy April 1st anyway!

Unknown said...

Hopping through!
Newest follower. I might hit you up soon for a review if that's okay.

Teacher/Learner said...

I am also prank-free (whew!) but I posted about one my mom played on my dad here. Happy April Fools' Day :)

Elizabeth said...

I don't like pranks either and also have been prank free...if any pranks should occur, I think a silly one with no harm caused should be the one to be played. I think they are childish.

I am stopping by from the blog hop.

Hope you have a fun blog hop.

Stop by my blog if you like to see my answer.