Friday, October 5, 2012

Follow Friday


Friday Follow is a blog hop that was started by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  Each week a different question is posted by our hosts and we wil answer!  This is a great opportunity for bloggers to network and interact. 
 
This week’s question –Q: What do you hope to accomplish with your blog? Is it to one day become an author yourself, just for fun, maybe get some online attention, or maybe something very different?

When Christinabean and I started The Paperback Princesses we wanted to have a way to highlight great YA books that could also be used for ISU projects in schools.  That is those books that are fun to read at a non-adult level, but still have content appropriate enough for book reports.  When we find a title we think deserves this rating we give it an ISU tag.  Apart from that, we do it for fun, and 2 years and almost 1000 posts later, we're still having fun.  How about you?

Welcome to the Paperback Princesses! Make yourself at home, take a look around our blog and let us know what you think in the comments section. We would love to hear what you have to say about our posts. We often try to comment on your comments as well so feel free to start a conversation! Since there are two of us running the show, we always have a variety of titles and event postings. Be sure to check out our own personal meme page. Check out Fantastic Fairytales, Let's Hear it for the Boys, In Case you Missed it and a few others. We try to not only focus on new YA books but also great titles from the past.

4 comments:

  1. That's a fantastical reason! Old follower!
    Stop by MY F&F?

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  2. After two years I'm still having lots of fun, and enjoying your blog very much. Keep it up!

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  3. It's all about the fun!

    Have a great weekend!

    My FF

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  4. New follower, that's genius i wish I thought of that when I was in high school. Hoping through my FF .... http://sonythebooklover.com/2012/10/follow-friday-blog-hop-58/

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