Thursday, March 31, 2011


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Question of the week: Where is your favorite place to read?

The living room sofa, with my Kindle, a couple of pillows, a blanket when it's cold and a glass of sweet iced tea. I could read for hours!


  1. Old follower hopping through. Hope you'll drop by

  2. Hey again, I love reading on my chair!! With a book, I don't have a kindle.

    Have a Great Weekend

  3. New Follower and Im comfortable on my bed :) Check out my other places I like to read.

  4. Hello,

    Just stopping by from the 18 & over tag along. Have a great weekend!

    Bookgirl ( My Book Addiction )
    Old Follower

  5. Your spot sounds delightful! And I love my sweet tea! I'm sending my husband out to get me another bottle every day. He can't get over how much of it I drink! I like Gold Peak Diet, so yummy! I think I will start making my own sun tea once the weather warms up.

    Happy Friday!

  6. I just saw your comment over on my blog. I have to call my Destined Ones series paranormal because it revolves around a people who don't exist, Aeveren. But there's a lot of history and a lot of contemporary feel to the series also.

    My book Stolen Destiny is coming out in June. Here's a link about it:

    Talk to you soon!


  7. I've seen some surprising answers but I think my response to this week's Follow Friday question will shock most.

    I have to say that I loved the Harry Potter series but have a really hard time admitting it. It's teenage stuff. Perfect for the YA audience, sure.

    But a grown man who just last week blogged about wishing he could step inside the Rogue Warrior book series with Navy SEALs shooting, looting, drinking and wenching has got a real hard time admitting to loving teenie-bopper Harry Potter.

    I go into much more detail on my blog and welcome all comments -

    All I ask is that everyone try and keep their comments civil. It's cool to disagree but flame wars are NOT cool.

    Thank God it's Follow Friday!
    Howard Sherman