Top 5 Wednesday: Bookbloggers/Book Friends I’d Want at Friendsgiving

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday, hosted by the Good Reads Group is: Characters You’d Want at Friendsgiving. I decided to change it up a little to: Bookbloggers/Book Friends I’d Want at Friendsgiving. I always feel a little uncomfortable about these type of posts because I follow a lot of blogs, I love so many bloggers, and I don’t want to leave someone out. So, I could make a really long list for this, but I’m capping it at 5 in the spirit of Top 5 Wednesday and including people whose friendships have gone beyond the blog – whether we have met in person, e-mailed, or had long Twitter DMs (about books or life). And, by the way, if you’re not already following these wonderful ladies, you totally should!

 

1. Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse

 

2. Brandie @ Running on Words and Wine

 

3. Sarah @ The Aroma of Books

4. Annie @ The Misstery

 

5. Amanda – Not a bookblogger, but a book friend I met through blogging

Which book lovers would you want at your friendsgiving? Feel free to leave links to their blogs (if they have one).

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25 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Bookbloggers/Book Friends I’d Want at Friendsgiving

  1. Thanks, Steph!! This made my day! I wish we could make this happen! I’d love to have a friendsgiving with you and Deanna. It would be so much fun. I’m really thankful to have met you and for your friendship! I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

  2. Awww! Thank you for including me! I simply adore you and your blog! You would be on my friendsgiving list, too. 🙂 Maybe someday I’ll be in your neck of the woods and we can meet up. I would love to talk books and life in person. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  3. haha Stephanie, the funniest part about this is that we actually live relatively close and I keep thinking we should meet up in a bookstore somewhere. I can bring my sister and you two can compare notes on Hallmark movies. 😀 Thanks for putting me on your list, and I hope you have a great Thanksgiving!!

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