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Sunday 16 June 2013

Blog Hops ~ Book Blogger + Feature & Follow {Spine Poetry}

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow Friday is a weekly feature hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read

The Rules:-
  • You MUST follow BOTH hosts Rachel @ Parajunkee and Alison @ Alison Can Read
  • You MUST follow BOTH Featured Blogs of the week (linked below)
  • Do your own Feature & Follow Friday post answering the question of the week and link to it at the bottom of this post 
  • Follow and comment on other participants Feature & Follow Friday posts! 

This week's Featured Bloggers

Phantasmic Reads

The Book Stop

Activity: Spine Poetry. Create a line of poetry with your book spines (take a picture). Not feeling creative? Tell us about your favorite poem.

As you've all noticed I'm slightly late with my Feature & Follow Friday post, I really wish that Rachel and Alison would consider giving us the topics a week before so I can get my post ready. I'm using my Bout of Books 7.0 Read-a-thon spine poem below, as I just didn't have time to create a new one. 

Looking forward to seeing everyone elses! And I'm loving the new "activity" instead of questions, looking forward to seeing more of these types of Feature & Follow Friday posts. 

I'm so excited that it's now two weeks in a row where BOTH of the Featured Bloggers have been blogs that I personally follow.

The Last Sacrifice Marked with Blood Promise, 
created for Destined, Chosen Ones…the Misguided Angels. 
Fallen from the City of Lost Souls. 
~ Revelation from the Prophecy of the Sisters

What is your favourite genre? 

Young Adult of course! Sub-genres include dystopian and paranormal.

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Monica said...

Very cute poem and blog! Thanks for following and I've followed back via Bloglovin'!

Unknown said...

Very cool Angelica! Thanks for sharing :)

Traci @ Mad Hatter Reads

Meredith said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I just love YA so we'll have to share good reads :) I am following your blog.

Meredith (@MeredithRaeJ)

Maria Behar said...

Hi, Angelica!

I LOVE your "spine poem"!! Beautiful! What a creative idea Rachel and Alison had! I agree with you -- an activity is much more interesting than a question.

As you know, I LOVE the YA genre, too!

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my BBH post!! :)

Seirra Poirier said...

What an awesome poem! I too wish that FF's were created earlier in the week so that I could have more time to be creative with mine. I really love the activities seems like the turnout is larger, and their is a lot of new feature participants--I love to see that :)

This has personally been my favorite FF so far.

New Bloglovin' Follower!


-Seirra @ Dear, Restless Reader

Julie said...

I read a lot of YA under the guise of checking it out to see if my Not-So-Bebe-Girl Autumn would like it! I also like some dystopian - Delirium, The Handmaid's Tale - some of my favorite reads.

Laura said...

What a beautiful poem! Most books I've read too. I'm following your blog and I was wondering if you could do this tag that I created called Blogging Things I Suck At. You can find out all the details and more at the post on my blog here. I really hope you can do it.
Laura @ Music Plus Books

Ashley Nemer said...

thanks for coming to my blog post! New GFC follower.

Unknown said...

Awesome poem Angelica. Very creative the way you put those books together.

Thanks for stopping by my FF :)

Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

Vonnie said...

I like reading YA too but I can't read it all of the time. The subject matter (ie the drama) really gets on my nerves.

Unknown said...

I love Dystopian & Paranormal too!

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Zed said...

I couldn't make arrange the book spines to make any type of sense so I just used a poem. New follower

my FF

Meredith said...

Ha! We have the same taste in reading! Some of the same books in our poetry too :) I'm a new follower via GFC as MeredithRaeJ (also my twitter).

Meredith’s Musings

Unknown said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I read all the Tudor ones but the Boeylyn Girl was the best. But the other were good.. I have a hankering to revisit it and read it.. too bad my copy has been lent to my grandma... :)

Nina L. said...

Nice poem, Angelica! I loved that you made use of HON books! :D

Anonymous said...

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

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

Stuffed Shelves said...

I love it! I'm a new follower, please follow back and Check out my FF
Elizabeth @ Stuffed Shelves


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