Friday, November 21, 2014

Feature and Follow Friday: Join Our Team

Parajunkee Alison Can Read


Once you answer be sure to leave me your link so I can follow you back

Q: Create an ad listing all the qualities and qualifications of your perfect co-blogger.

Une photo publiée par natalia k (@natyuniverse)

Felt rude not to include my current co-blogger Latte.

For my part: The co-blogger would need to love reading YA or NA and be fair in their reviews.I'm not a big fan of reviewing books that were DNF. I prefer posts about why the book was not finished.

Latte requests: Someone who is pet friendly and speaks rodent. A love for carrots would be considered a plus.

Since we are on the theme of collaborations, how to do you feel about Co-Writers?


  1. Oh he's so cute! I've got a cat co-blogger myself. She would be in charge of the screening process for any blogger applicants :)

    New follower :)
    Here's my Follow Friday

  2. I agree with the DNF posts. I always post to discuss WHY it wasn't finished. In fact, I have one coming up soon... I love your current co-blogger, by the way! Old follower :)

    Here's my F&F!

    1. Oh oh.... those DNF. One day, I'll probably start doing the same when I don't like a book instead of slowly reading on O_o

  3. Aww, that picture is absolutely adorable!
    New follower!
    My Follow Friday

  4. Awesome!!!I'm new GFC follower,my FF:

  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Following you back on GFC.

  6. Hahahah. Love your blogpost. YA reading is a must and of course pet friendly =)
    Thanks for your comment on my FF.

    Mariska new gfc follower

  7. I thought Cat Pin had the cutest co-blogger. Now I'm not sure. I like carrots too so I think Latte and I would get along great.
    Old follower
    Jessi @ The Book Cove

    1. Finding common grounds, best way to get along.

  8. That's a cute co-blogger. Latte and I would get along. I only speak human, but I love carrots. I don't mind DNF reviews when they're more a post explaining why they didn't finish the book rather than a rated review. I've never posted anything like this because it would be too short to be on its own, but I might if I could remember why I didn't finish a bunch of books.

    1. Good point about the DNF. It's better to understand why it was stopped than see a 2 star rating with the word dnf next to it.