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Feature and Follow Friday #1

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!

Q: Activity! Hopefully warm weather for most of us is here soon…so tell us about your favorite outdoor reading spot. Or take a picture.

I am lucky to live only 30 minutes from Lake Tahoe.  As soon as it gets warmer, I spend a lot of my weekends at Sand Harbor, reading in the sand, looking at the lake and across at the snowy mountains.  Here's a picture from last summer doing just that:

I am just starting out so I would love love love followers via GFC or email.  Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Thanks for following and stopping by my blog!

    New follower - GFC.

    Love, B.

  2. New GFC Follower. So glad to have found your blog and m looking forward to talking books with you
    Danielle @ Coffee and Characters

  3. It's so wondeful there! :) Such a nice spot!
    Already following you! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  4. Wow that would be an awesome reading spot! Welcome to the wonderful world of book blogging!

    New GFC Follower!
    My FF

  5. That is so beautiful!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Followed via RSS :)

    Nikki @ There were books involved...

  6. That really looks like an amazing place to let go and let your imagination run wild while reading your book!
    Thanks for sharing your picture! :)

    Florentine @ Readiculously Peachy

  7. That's a beautiful lake! :) It looks so peaceful.
    New Follower:D

    Here's My FF

    Jackie @Jackie's Book World

  8. GAH! That is such a pretty picture! I *wish* it were warmer already, here in Maryland! SOON THOUGH! :D

    New follower via GFC! :)

    Here is my FF post!

  9. Beautiful! That must be so nice to have to opportunity to read by the water ! New GFC Follower :)

    ~Caitlin @ The Y.A. Bookworm Blogger
    My #FF

  10. That looks so pretty, I would love to read by the water~

    New GFC follower.

    Alise @ Readers In Wonderland
    My FF

  11. Gorgeous picture! I was supposed to visit Lake Tahoe with a friend, but never got the chance to go. Maybe someday!

    Old Follower

    My FF

    Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros

  12. It's gorgeous, I'm very jealous!
    Thanks for stopping by and following. I'm following back on GFC now :)

  13. Oh My! That looks like such a lovely spot.

    New follower

    My FF @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

    1. Thank you Marilyn! Following back -- am interested in discovering some new mysteries! I am only seriously devoted to the Dead End Job series by Elaine Viets but would like to read some more!

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    1. Thank you Teresa -- I absolutely LOVE your blog! One of my favorites!!

  15. New GFC Follower!
    Super happy that I found your blog and I'm looking forward to talking books with you.

  16. How nice! :) I would love to visit there.

    new follower.

  17. Oh, that looks amazing!

    New GFC Follower! :)

  18. That looks like a wonderful spot. Thanks for stopping by my blog. New follower.

  19. Who knew Lake Tahoe had sand?! Love the picture!!

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
    Old follower.
    Holly @ Words Fueled by Love


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