Friday, June 14, 2013

Feature Follow #52


This is a weekly blog hop hosted by the wonderful Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Today's question is:
Q: Activity: Spine Poetry. Create a line of poetry with your book spines (take a picture). Not feeling creative? Tell us about your favorite poem.

Here's mine :-) 

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17 comments:

  1. Very lovely poem! New follower via bloglovin:)

    MY FF:
    http://evelinesbooks.blogspot.nl/2013/06/feature-and-follow-friday-2.html

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  2. Love the poem!
    New Follower- Bloglovin!

    My FF- http://angelica-2009.blogspot.com/2013/06/feature-and-follow-2.html

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    1. Bloglovin is becoming one of my favorite sites. I love that I get one email at the end of the day. I use that as "incentive" to go play when I'm done with work. :-)

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    1. Hey, you aint so old! :-) Thanks for stopping by! :-)

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  4. These poems are so dangerous for my bookshelves! They just keep giving me ideas about overstacking them, lol. :-)

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    1. Sad thing is, I pulled that stack off one one shelf ... one. I wonder what the fire codes say about lining the walls of your home with paper?

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  5. Nice!
    This weeks's challenge didn't really work for me since I read almost everything electronically these days...

    Happy weekend!
    Mei @ Diary of a Fair Weather Diver

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    1. I know what you mean! I have a horrible habit of buying an ebook and if I really like it I get the soft cover too. It's a little redundant, but there's still something about the smell of a book.

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  6. lovin' the poem! there is a wide variety of book there!

    New follower!

    Here's My FF

    Amber @Paradise of Pages

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    1. I'm a voracious reader, and I go through phases. Recently I went from historical romance to just straight adult contemporary. I always come back to YA though. :-)

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  7. Hi I'm new to blogging and following thru from Parajunkie's follow friday.
    You can follow me back at "SnowRavyn's Reviews"

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    1. Not sure what happened, but your link is coming up as "removed." I'll hop on over to Parajunkee and see if I can't find you there, but I thought you should know.

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  8. you've got a great list of books!!! must follow!!!

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    1. Thanks!
      I've always wanted to paint and sculpt, but it's not my gift. In The Light of Asteria, the Alfar communicate through art, their intent so strong it is embedded in the pieces they create. Others can feel it, why the made what they made. To me, it's one of the traits of a Utopian society. :-)

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  9. Hi I'm new to blogging and following thru from Parajunkie's follow friday.

    I did do all this on Friday, but stupid me accidentally went and deleted the wrong blog, as you can see on my other post up above, I lost everything...so here I am starting all over again from scratch... :(

    You can follow me back at "SnowRavyn's Reviews"

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  10. Just stopping by I'm a new follower
    rainydayreadingreviews.blogspot.com

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