Sunday, September 14, 2014

FAIRY TALE MAGIC BLOG HOP

Love...All things Fairy Tale? We're celebrating them in all their forms...originals, adaptations, twists and retellings. Sweet or steamy or a little bit twisted! Hop through all the blogs for giveaways at each stop!

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What better fairy tale than taking an ocean cruise to tropical islands and finding your one true love along the way?

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What is the very first fairy tale that you can remember reading?
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19 comments:

  1. Aw what a cute keychain! Thanks so much for joining in on the hop Joanne!

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    1. Thanks Anna! Thank you for including me. I absolutely love your hops, always great fun!

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  2. I think the first fairy tale I remember is probably Cinderella. And Taking a cruise and finding love does sound like a fairy tale.

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  3. Cinderalla, talk about a classic! One of my all time favorites. Thanks for stopping by Carol. :)

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  4. The first fairy tale I remember is the three little pigs.

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    1. I think that was my first one too! Or Little Red Riding Hood...

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  5. First fairy tale was Cinderella.

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    1. An all-time favorite classic. Thanks for stopping by, Jean.

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  6. The one I remember as a child is Goldilocks and the 3 Bears. That is probably why I have such a love of were-bears. :)

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  7. I think it was Little Red Riding Hood.

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    1. One of my all time favorites! Thanks for stopping by Sherry.

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  8. It was either Little Red Riding Hood or Puss in Boots.

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    1. Both wonderful classics. Thanks for stopping by Melissa.

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  9. I read Snow White and Rose Red - the original version.

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    1. I don't know if I have ever read Rose Red, I'll have to do that. Thanks for stopping by Michelle.

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  10. I have a beautifully-illustrated book of fairy tales from my childhood that my parents read to me, and then I transitioned to reading them myself. My favorite in the book was Cinderella.

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  11. I think Cinderella it was my favorite fairy tail as a kid but the older I got the more I like Beauty and the Beast.

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