January 28, 2011

Friday Blog Hops - January 28

Today's question from Book Blogger Hop  "What book are you most looking forward to seeing published in 2011?  Why are you anticipating that book?"

 I enjoyed Meg Waite Clayton's The Wednesday Sisters when it first came out, so I've already pre-ordered The Four Ms. Bradwells.  Here's a summary from Clayton's website:
Mia, Laney, Betts, and Ginger, best friends since law school, have reunited for a long weekend as Betts awaits Senate confirmation of her appointment to the Supreme Court. Nicknamed “the Ms. Bradwells” during their first class at the University of Michigan Law School in 1979—the four have supported one another through life’s challenges.


Parajunkee's View Follow Me Friday asks:
What was your favorite subject in school?
In high school it was algebra and trig.  The challenges were like solving fun puzzles.  I adored the teachers, Mrs. Hansen and Miss Simmons.  One day in trig when I caught on to a sine problem, I yelled out, "Ohhh!"  Miss Simmons laughed.  Had the best intentions of majoring in math in college, but changed my mind the first quarter. No favorite subject in college/grad school -- just finish and get out!  The world was awaitin'


12 comments:

Keith Schoch said...

Hey! I'm your newest follower. The book I'm most looking forward to is the sequel to Philip Reeve's Fever Crumb published by Scholastic. If you're a fan of Hunger Games or Maze Runner, then check that one out!

When you get the chance, please visit and consider following me at one of my blogs: http://teachwithpicturebooks.blogspot.com
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Kayla said...

I'm a new follower. I was never good at Math, so I have a great respect for people who can actually do it. I always was best at English.

BookGirl said...

thank you for dropping by on my blog.
Have a great wwekend!

Aislinn_C said...

Hello!

Stopping by for the Friday blog hop, and to let you know I am a new follower.

Great blog you have here and Happy Friday!

Love the name of your blog!

Tiger Holland said...

Returning the visit! It's so nice to see a math person. Math and I got along all right, but we didn't especially like each other. :-) Thanks for signing up for the Ultimate Reviewer's Challenge!

Kay said...

Oh, yes, I'm looking forward to this book too. It sounds like something I would really enjoy - love those friendship books.

Have a good weekend!

Howard Sherman said...

The book I’m most expecting in 2011 is by an author I crossed off my “Favorite author” list.

He’s back on that list now.

Who’s the author? Raymond Feist? What’s the book? A Kindgom Besieged.

Hop on over to my website to read all about it – http://www.howardsherman.net

Howard A. Sherman, Implementor
Get Inside a Story
http://www.inthestory.com

Andrea said...

Just hopping by! The book you are waiting on sounds interesting. I am adding it to my TBR list.

Reading Lark's Hop Post

Lu said...

Hopping by to say have a great weekend!

Already following :)

Lu
http://quickquotesquills.blogspot.com/

Ruthi aka abitosunshine said...

The world was waitin' sounds so much more fun than algebra and trig!

Happy to meet you via the Book Blogger Hop!

bookdout said...

Hi,
Just hopping by and following through. Ugh I am numerically challenged LOl.
Thanks for sharing your book choice

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
www.bookdout.wordpress.com

Jo said...

The Four Mrs Claytons sounds like an interesting book --- maybe I'll add it to my TBR list. :) Thanks for stopping by my blog --- happy hopping!!