Friday, May 13, 2011

Follow Friday....

So happy that things are up and running again.  I hate not being able to get things done.  So we've definitely earned our Friday.

This is the day of the week where we get to know each other better by answering a question devised by our lovely hostess Parajunkee.  We also gain new follo, so please let me know if you're a new follower since I automatically follow back.  And now for this week's question....

Q. The Blogger Apocalypse made me a little emotional. What is the most emotional scene in a book that you have read lately?


A.  I don't think I'm giving away any spoilers by saying the death of Rue in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games made me bawl like a baby.


Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!


  1. OMG, I completely agree! Thanks for stopping by:) New follower.

  2. Yes it was so depressing especially when Katniss started singing to her! I cried too! Im a new follower =)

  3. Thanks for commenting (:

    I hate to say it, but I have not read The Hunger Games - I really have to soon!

  4. I am an old follower, it was horrible not being able to get on!

    Have a great Friday

  5. I cried when reading the Hunger Games too!

  6. Arg! I wish I could read this series! I just seem to put it to the side all the time! There are literally so many good books and so little time to read it in! Maybe me and my Kindle should go and live on a lonely island somewhere!

    Thanks for the follow, I'm now following back!

    Sonette @ Bookworm Blog

  7. That scene was crazy. Thanks for the follow, I'm following back!

  8. Great choice, I loved all three Hunger Games books. Great blog, I am now following you.

  9. Hi thanks for stopping by my blog and following. Am now following you back. Also Sisters Red is a great book - it's a modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood.

    Also oddly enough I didn't cry when Rue died. But Mockingjay made me cry for about the last 100 pages (it began with Finnick)...and I was really upset for days after.

  10. Oh that's a good one! I love The Hunger Games. For me, the last book in the series was the most emotional (especially concerning Finnick).

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and following! I'm following yours now too. :)

    ~ Sarah ♥ I'm Loving Books

  11. Thanks for stopping by, I'm following back :]
    That was a sad scene! I can't imagine how they'll do it in the movie :O

  12. Good choice. I cried and cried on that one. I even cried on a fanfic video of that scene.

    Old follower, just dropping in. Jen at Red Hot Books

  13. That was a sad scene, she was an awesome character.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and for becoming a new follower. I'm following you right back :)


  14. That scene is so great and I'm very interested in seeing how it will be in the movie.

    I'm a new follower.

    Find mine here:
    Follow Friday & Blog Hop (Mysteriousbooks)

  15. Very good choice!!!
    It was indeed emotional.

    I'm hopping by and following you now.

    You can find my answer here:

    inga from

  16. Hopping through. Rue's death was so emotional. I'd forgotten about it.
    My Hop

  17. I agree, Rue's death was an unforgettable scene.

    My choice is a debut novel I reviewed this week, it made me laugh, and cry. No book has affected me quite so strongly in a very long time..take a look here:

    I am delighted to be following your blog.

  18. I absolutely love the Hunger Games trilogy & completely agree.

    I am a new follower :)

    My FF is here,

  19. I really need to read Hunger Games. lol. Stopping by on the hop.

  20. Oh, I still need to read Hunger Games! This just reminded me of my to-read list which is way too long. :D
    Thanks for stopping by at Fictional Distraction! I'm following you now as well.


  21. Thanks everyone for stopping by! I appreciate all your comments.