Friday, 9 September 2011

Follow Friday

It's that time again! Make sure you head over to Parajunkie's View and check out the humungoid list of fellow book bloggers!
This weeks Featured blogger is the mind bending Holjo and her trusty blog the: Pedantic Phooka. Be sure to head over and check her out, she seems to have an unnatural ability for unearthing awesome books I've never heard of!


And (the best part) the question!


Q. Have you ever wanted a villain to win at the end of a story? If so, which one??

Not really a story but when I was a kid I really really hoped that one day Wile. E. Coyote would FINALLY catch that smug little bastard. I mean, he worked so hard at it and his ideas were genius! Not to mention he probably went bankrupt what with all those extravagant purchases from the Acme Corporation. 

But no, the roadrunner wins and Not because he's smarter or more cunning. No. Just because he can run fast.

What an arse.

18 comments:

Aimee said... [Reply to comment]

I see what you mean about Wile E. Coyote. I never even thought of him! Good choice!

Thanks for hopping by my blog. Returning the follow.

Happy Friday!

Ashley @ Bookaholics Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I couldn't think of any in books, but i could think of a few for shows. new follower.

Books4Juliet said... [Reply to comment]

haha! I really like your answer!!! Why didn't I think of that! All this time I thought I don't have a villain in mind... oh yeah... that reminds me!!! When I was young I always wanted Sylvestre to caught Tweety! And I was always disappointed because Tweety's owner was always there to kick Sylvestre out of the house!!! LOL! Great answer you have here!

New follower,
April
Friday Hops

Tia said... [Reply to comment]

New follower! I totally agree, If only Wile E. Coyote could have caught him just once!!

My Follow Friday!

Book Love 101 said... [Reply to comment]

New follower here!
Feel free to follow back at http://www.booklove101.blogspot.com

Happy Follow Friday!

wanderinghues said... [Reply to comment]

It really was a cruel taunt wasn't it.

Thanks for hopping by.

Tania @ Wandering Hues

Jennifer | Book Den said... [Reply to comment]

That is an awesome choice! *beep beep* SPLAT.

Kate said... [Reply to comment]

Poor Coyote.... Thanks for stopping by!

Rebecca V said... [Reply to comment]

Following back!

You make a good point about Wile E Coyote. I always thought he came up with awesome ideas too! But where did he get all the money to buy those Acme products?

Emily said... [Reply to comment]

Haha, this is such a cute answer; thanks for sharing!
Also, thanks for following, and I followed back :)

Katharyn said... [Reply to comment]

That response was awesome! I wanted Wile E. Coyote to win too! That roadrunner was too smug!

New follower :D

-Kat
http://katmuntser-reviews.blogspot.com/

Jacob @ Drying Ink said... [Reply to comment]

Haha, interesting choice. :P I notice you've reviewed the third Newbury and Bobbes book, which I've got sitting downstairs. (MUST READ). :D Anyway, thanks for stopping by over at Drying Ink! I'm following.

HollyG said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks everyone for stopping by! Glad you all digged my choice for villain, couldn't really think of one from a book (seemed like most people had the same problem!)

Amie@Mom Reads My Books! said... [Reply to comment]

Never would have thought of Wile E. Coyote! I always loved him!

Thanks for stopping by my blog! New follower of your blog.

_yay_ said... [Reply to comment]

Great answer :-)
Thanks so much for stopping by http://bookthatthing.blogspot.com
I'm returning the follow favor!
_yay_

Natalie (Mindful Musings) said... [Reply to comment]

That's funny! I always felt sorry for Wile. E. Coyote. He got squished a lot.

Have a good week!

Lisa Jo @ Once Upon A Chapter said... [Reply to comment]

Hello!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

That's a great answer! And so true! You did feel sorry for him after a while!

Happy Blog Hop!

Lisa @ Once Upon A Chapter

LindsayWrites said... [Reply to comment]

hey! i'm a follower here! i'm spreading the word about Teen Shiver, a new group of YA authors that have combined together! stop by the Teen Shiver blog and follow us?? :)

http://teenshiver.blogspot.com/