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Hey, Today is my first time participating in #FF Feature & Follow hosted by ParaJunkee and Alison Can Read

It's main purpose is to gain new followers and make new friends.





Today's Questions are

How did you come up with your blog title and address?
Whenever i read i always feel like i enter into a new world, i don't just read i put myself inside the character's world. So it was easy, A World Of Books .
My Title was the hardest, i tried to think of a cute clever name and i knew that i'm a fast reader and i could read and put out reviews in a timely manner lol (so lame) so i chose the reading queen but changed it to review and voila!

Does it have a special meaning for you?
Not really but reading has brought me many friends, it's how i joined some of my fandoms. It's the world i love to live in. A world of books and words and i enjoy sharing my thoughts.


Want to join in!?
Make your post and link it to the link widget, comment on my post and follow. Also visit every blog on the blog hop and follow but remember to comment and say hi so they know you are a new follower!













Comments

  1. The Review Queen is the perfect name for your blog! You review books and you're a reading queen! :)

    New Bloglovin' follower! :)

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  2. I like your blog name and address they're both uniquely you. New bloglovin follower. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

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  3. Such a good name! It's a good reflection of you and the blog :)

    Thanks for visiting my blog! New follower on Bloglovin :)

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  4. Do check out my FF: http://bookstopcorner.blogspot.in/2015/04/feature-follow-10-my-blog-name-story.html

    New Follower

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  5. I love it! It's a world of your own books and reviews so of course you'd be the queen! Thanks for visiting! New follower!

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