Friday, 4 February 2011

Time for Book Blogger Hop!

Every Friday, join the Book Blogger Hop, hosted by Jennifer at Crazy-For-Books, and hop to some new blogs. The Book Blogger Hop gives book bloggers a chance to connect and find out what others are reading. Sign up at Jennifer’s blog so people can find your blog too.

If you visit my blog because of the hop, please leave a comment and link and I will be sure to pay a visit at your blog, too.

This week Jennifer asks which book I am currently reading and why. This is an easy one. I read Lost on Planet China by J. Maarten Troost for the Book Read Round the World event hosted by Carin at A Little Bookish. Last year I signed up for this fun event and now read a book which already has been read by fellow book bloggers from the USA, the Netherlands, Canada and the UK. Now this book is staying with me in Germany and I'm going to send it to Australia soon.

Have a nice weekend everyone!


  1. Hi--thanks for stopping by As the Crowe Flies and Reads! I had to come here and leave a comment when I saw what you were reading. I've not read Lost on Planet China yet, but I've read J. Maarten Troost's first two travelogues of his time in the South Pacific. I think he's the younger generation's answer to Bill Bryson--they're both fabulous!

  2. here's mine

  3. What an interesting event. A well travelled book indeed.

    Hopping by.

  4. Good answer! The answer on my book blog is a little embarassing; it’s a book that’s been sitting on my TBR pile for a year.

    To my shame, I only opened the book because I remember it contained an Amazon gift card.

    All the sordid details on my book blog –

    Hop on over!

    Howard Sherman

  5. Hopping through. New follower!
    Book Read Around the World sounds like a fun event!
    My Hop

  6. Hopping by to say have a great weekend!

    New follower :)


  7. Hi! I'm making a belated return hop from a week or two ago and I'm your latest follower! Looking forward to seeing what else you read in 2011... :-)

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