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Book Tag Vlog with Abigayle Claire

Most of you already know from my flooded Instagram feed, but Abigayle Claire came to visit me!!! While I want to go on and on and share all the amazing things we did and the fantastic time we had, I’ll save that post for Saturday and share this VERY LONG VLOG right now. :) Enjoy!

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6 responses to “Book Tag Vlog with Abigayle Claire”

  1. Lisa says:

    Ah so much fun :D That was such a nice vlog :)

    A bad throw across the room (such a fabulous question) for me would have been Ice Like Fire and Frost Like Night; and a good throw across the room would have been The Coronation. A book that needs a sequel would be Andora’s Folly (no it doesn’t NEED but it would be awfully nice) and Where Dandelions Grow. And I have like 70 books? I think. Or 60 something. Latest I’ve stayed up is like midnight? Cause I’m not allowed to go over haha :D

    That was great to watch girls :D So glad you guys got to meet/go to the conference/had a good time!

    • Ivy says:

      I’m glad you liked it!

      Oooh, I haven’t read The Coronation yet, but I’m going to! Midnight is a good time to go to bed. I try not to stay up much later than that, but sometimes it happens… :)

  2. Kellyn Roth says:

    Whew … I just watched all of that! Well, I listened to it while I worked on my website (which needed rebooting). :)

  3. Katja L. says:

    1. I don’t think I have a favorite word. . . oh yes. Floccinaucinihilipilification. Because it’s so weird AND it has a good meaning!! You might have heard of Antidisestablishmentarianism. Ever heard of Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis? Look it up in the Oxford. :P
    2. Besides the Bible, “Jonas & Olivia” by Victoria Minks. Haha. I can recommend it to EVERYONE. Oh, and “Alice in Wonderland.” Seriously. If you haven’t read them, GO DO IT. They’re so worth it.
    3. Umm. . . probably the “Life of Fred” series by Stanley F. Schmidt. We’ve got 17 out of 24—not counting the answer keys and Home Companions).
    4. I haven’t read any books that end in cliffhangers (that I can remember right now), but my good throw across the room book would be “The Old River Road” by Ivy Rose. I was reading reading reading flipping through the pages totally caught up and all of a sudden it was the last words and I was like “WHAT??!! YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS!! You can’t be doing this to me!! It can’t be done!! Aaargh!!” pretty much LOL. Can’t wait for the next one!!
    5. I think it was 1 or 1:30. MAYBE 2. During a stay-up-as-late-as-you-can girls’ night I read to keep awake (. . . seriously. . . I was DROPPING). That doesn’t count, does it? It was till 4. :P Probably the latest I ever stayed up haha. Oh boy was it hard.
    6. Yeah, sure. No prob with it.
    7. There are many books where there are characters I’d love to see more of. . . like Mark from “Journey to Love” and Edward from “Letter of Love” by Amanda Tero. . . also great books!!!!!
    8. “Malory Towers” by Enid Blyton. I think there are more but I’d love another book or two on Darrell and the others. :) I can’t think of any others right now. . .
    9. That’s waaaaaaaaaaay too hard, guys!! I love well-written books (ei, beautiful sentences, realistic/dramatic characters, gripping plot, humor. . .). A few are Helen Keller, Louisa May Alcott, L.M. Montgomery, Michael Bond, and the three Indie Authors mentioned above (Victoria, you, and Amanda).
    10. KINDLE. I have a mania for highlighting and I can do that on Kindle and can’t in real books. Also, kindles are easy to carry around, lightweight, small, and can carry like 100s of books. That said. . . I love paperback covers.
    11. Umm. . . a little. I like to click on the pictures and see what’s coming up. I also read reviews and usually forget the spoilers haha. However, I watched a vlog by Amanda Tero about “The Secret Slipper” which she warned was full of spoilers and regret it. . . hope I can forget everything before I buy it haha!!
    12. Vintage/old-fashioned and historical fiction. Pretty much all I read, actually. And some light humorous ones, like Paddington.
    13. I am reviewing all Indie Author books I am purchasing.
    14. Nobody is counting her Kindle books, so paperback. . . the ones definitely mine are maybe 20. Others that I claim as mine (or would like to haha!) make up to maybe 30 or MAYBE 40.

    And BTW, I share a room with 5 sisters ;) between 15 and 3.

    Thanks for the vlog, girls!!

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