Friday, September 23, 2011

Follow Friday (9)



 
Hey guys! It's Follow Friday time, and guess who the feature is!? ME!!! I am SO excited for this, and SO happy they decided to feature me. :D So if you're following me, I LOVE YOU! If you're not, that's cool, but I think you might like it here. ;D

Anywho...onward with the question!

Q. Do you have a favorite series that you read over and over again? Tell us a bit about it and why you keep on revisiting it?

 Okay, I obviously have more than one favourite series. So I'm going to make a LIST. Because lists are fun, and organized, and cool looking.

  • The Harry Potter Series

     I think this one is at the top of most people's lists, and it's really no wonder why. The series is so great. It was the most imaginative and unique world, (IMO), and it can be read by ALL ages! No racey subjects or anything. Yes, there's always that zealot who damns it because of witchcraft, but guess what!? Disney has "witchcraft"! Mickey Mouse is a wizard! Oh, I should stop here. I'll get all fired up and go on forever about that. Anyway, my love of this series is really hard to put into words and if I did, it would go on forever. But my main reasons are the world, Hermione, the magical air of it (see, I don't know how to say it! Don't judge me.), the plots, and the depth of characters.  I re-read this series because I enjoy it and it serves as an inspiration in more than just a writing aspect.

  • The Lord of the Rings Series

    I haven't re-read this series completely, but I refer back to it all the time! I use it as my backup for arguments, or ideas for writing...things of that sort. I'm mainly obsessive over the elves and their clothes and their living places. Like Rivendale. GAH. I just want to jump into that book and be a part of it. :D

  •  The Inheritance Cycle

    This series inspired me to write stories. I wrote a lot before, but it was Eragon that made me want to put my mind to creating stories. I found a beautiful world of writing, my best friend (Nicole @ Word for Teens), and passion that will stay with me for the rest of my life. I owe a lot to this series and it's amazing author, Christopher Paolini. II re-read this many times so I can analyze how Paolini built such a diverse and detailed world, including its creatures and plots.  It's sorta my reference book. :D

     

    So, what did you pick!? 


18 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the feature! I reread HP and Lord of the Rings way too much as well though I totally forgot about the second in my answer.

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  2. New Follower.
    I read Percy Jackson series over and over. Also the 39 clues. Everyone keeps recommending the Mortal Instruments, I may give this series a try.
    Donna @
    bookloversparadise.blogspot.com

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  3. Hey! happy friday! i'm a follower here, just hopping by! :)

    i'd love it if you'd stop by my blog! http://lindsaycummingsblog.blogspot.com/

    AND if you like YA, there's a new blog with about 15 YA authors called TEEN SHIVER that I am a part of! if would be awesome if you stopped by there too and followed us! :)

    http://teenshiver.blogspot.com/

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  4. Congrats! Happy Friday! I enjoyed both HP and LOTR. Great picks. Happy Friday!
    http://www.alaskanbookcafe.com

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  5. Hello! You have a lovely blog. I'm a new follower. I love your answers, LOTR is on my list as well, and last week I listed it as the world I would love to make reality. Also, I started a fantasy story and I'm reading it right now to get "in the zone" :)

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  6. hmm... I agree with HP, haven't read LotR, but have been meaning to get to Inheritence for AGES! Just haven't yet.

    Congratz on the Feature! Here's PiF's. Have a great weekend!

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  7. Happy Follow Friday!

    I hope you will stop by and check out our twitter event going on today!
    http://OurBooksOurVoice.Blogspot.com

    Sincerely,
    Emma

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  8. New follower here!

    Congrats on being a featured blog!

    I also picked the HP series because it's so easy to just get swept away into the magical world...and because I want to be Hermione's BFF ;)

    Here's my FF

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  9. Hi, new follower from Follow Friday! Congrats on the feature! There are so many books I want to read that I honestly haven't reread any! Have a good weekend!

    Peggy
    My Follow Friday

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  10. Congrats on being featured...I read and loved Eragon (despised the movie) but still have the rest of the series on my TBR list--I need to bump them up!!

    I am a new follower!!

    My Follow Friday Post

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

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  11. New follower! I'm sad to say that I ahven't read any of the Eragon books! I've always passed it at the bookstore but I never picked it up. I think I might now!

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  12. I need to complete reading the Inheritance Cycle ... I loved the first three books!

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  13. Hi
    I have heard great things about the Inheritance Cycle but haven't got to it yet

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

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  14. Hopping through. Congrats on being the feature. I keep meaning to read Paolini's books. I know people love them.
    My Hop

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  15. Congratulations on being featured! I unfortunately lent my HP books to a friend who have never returned them until her family moved house. Oh, well. I don't mind as long as the books have a good home and that's find with me. :D I I was torn between, LOTR and my childhood favorite, Nancy Drew. lolz. New follower :D My FF post:http://passagesofthepen.blogspot.com/2011/09/follow-friday-5.html

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  16. People accusing Harry Potter of promoting witchcraft are full of it. As for the "no racy subjects" thing, ummm, well...

    -LupLun

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  17. Congratulations on the feature! I'm a new follower here :) Harry Potter made my list as well. It's such a great series that I find something new each time I reread.

    My FF

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  18. Hi Liz - congratulations on being one of this week's featured blogs! :)

    I remember picking up Eragon and being amazed at the world Paolini had created and that he was so young at the time. A small voice also whispered to me at the back of my mind that I might be able to do this too. I'm really glad the series has inspired you and I hope you're writing brings you lots of joy!

    Shelagh (New Follower)
    The Word Fiend

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