Friday, February 25, 2011

Book Blogger Hop

Time for the Blogger Hop from Crazy for Books

What a great idea! I love following readers blogs almost more than I like blogging myself. What a great way to get out there and meet new people who share the same interests as you.

This week’s Question: “Do you ever wish you would have named your blog something different?”

Even though I’ve heard people say it’s stupid because no one knows what it means, I love the name of my blog. I think it’s pretty original and it stands out. It also reflects what the blog is about. A perfect fit. :)

By the way Crescive means increasing or growing. My blog name suggests that my library is growing :)

What about your name?


Christy said...

I think its a fitting name and very creative for your blog too! We definitely grow as readers everyday......have a good weekend.

Angela (Library Girl Reads) said...

I love that I learned something new today by visiting your blog :-)

It is a very fitting name!

I Read Banned Books said...

If someone told me my blog name was stupid, I would ______. It wouldn't be pretty.

That was my question this week, lol!


Jessi E. (The Elliott Review) said...

I've always liked your blog name a lot even though I wasn't sure what it meant. It's really interesting sounding, and knowing the meaning makes it even better!!!


Jo said...

I have always liked your blog name - I knew what cresive meant -- but I like that the word looks like "cursive", which matches the font on your blog. I like that both words have a nice flow.... :)

E Kelly said...

Newest follower here via the Friday blog hop. I am a new contemporary romance writer and a reader of almost anything! Hope you stop by my blog and check it out.

Natalie (Mindful Musings) said...

I agree! I like your name because it stands out among all the other blogs.

By the way, your layout is gorgeous! :)

Elizabeth said...

Your blog name is perfect and has such a cute design.

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