Feb 26 2018

Reading Red Blog All About It Challenge and Book Review

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2018 #AtoZchallenge April Blogging

There’s some beautiful red in that #AtoZchallenge logo. Jeremy does fantastic work.


Check out this red license plate my friend spotted! Red letters on a red car showcasing a red state.

CrabBoxers J-stocking

Crabs on boxer shorts. Maybe that’s not well thought out, eh? Hey look, a stocking for ME! Ho ho ho.

This is my favorite book with the word RED in the title.

And this month, since the prompt is RED, I chose to read a book with red on the cover:

5 star rating image on the blog of @JLenniDorner

try something new square 2018 book reading challenge all about the trope 2018 book reading challenge= weather #SpecFic The Unseen 1 It Begins by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Fantastic book! It has everything I want– horror, suspense, a sprinkle of drama, a tease of intimacy, and the mystery of wondering what one of the characters is. I love the role the rain played in this book. Excellent use of the sense to keep me drawn into the story. It was easy to remember why Richie is one of my favorite authors.


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    • Trisha on February 26, 2018 at 8:26 PM

    Hahaha, crabs on boxers. Hmmm, yeah, probably not the best marketing idea! 😉 Then again, it’s good for a laugh?
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  1. LOL – No one wants crabs with their boxer shorts.
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  2. Those boxer shorts – hilarious. I love that Alaska license plate!
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  3. Red is everywhere! LOL

    Great finds for the prompt.

  4. Aw! Those shorts are fun!
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    • gaele on March 7, 2018 at 11:22 AM

    Those are far worse than the lobster ones… LOL
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  5. Oh I seriously love their car plates. Ours are so boring here in NC.
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    1. PA has a few non-standard extra-cost ones.
      Check out the Preserve Our Heritage ones.

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