Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the awesome people at The Broke and the Bookish
This week’s topic is: Top Ten Best Bookish Memories
Here they are in no particular order:
This was my first and only midnight release for a book. The excitement! I honestly don’t think think I have ever been as excited for a book as I was for BD. Sigh…but the release was fun. I’m sure it would have been even more fun if I would have had Twitter back then.
I was a very late bloomer to the Harry Potter series. I didn’t read them until the Summer of 2009, I think. I only read them then because I had made this deal with my husband (see #8). I was very reluctant to read them, but after I finished book 2 there was no looking back. I was completely and utterly hooked. I read them all back to back in less than 3 weeks, then I watched all the movies in preparation for the release of Half-Blood Prince. It was awesome.
Midnight releases always make the experience 100x better!
2010 was my first year at the festival and I was just amazed! It was the ultimate bookish weekend.
This was only last year, but it was so much fun. I mean I got to meet Lauren Oliver! And see all my favorite blogging friends.
Angela and I have been online friends since…2008. We finally got to meet in 2011 and it was so much fun!
After the Twilight movie came out husband was a little intrigued by the story. He kept asking me all these questions about what was going to happen. (This was when we were all still enamored. The new hadn’t worn off and we hadn’t quite realized how horrible KStew is) I kept telling him that he would just have to read and find out. We evetually made a deal, if he would read the Twilight series I would read the Harry Potter series. (Who do you think got the better end of this deal? Me, of course) Anyway, one of my best memories is waking up at like 2am because hubby came in the room to get New Moon off the shelf because he had just finished Twilight.
I love you guys so much and I have no idea how I would have spent the last 4 years if it weren’t for you and blogging.