Jan 26 2014

The Sunday Post #86

Posted by Jenea in Meme, The Sunday Post / 22 Comments

the sunday post


The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It’s a chance to share news ~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blogs for the week ahead.


It’s was a busy week and at home. The kids were out till Friday, for snow days. They love it, they don’t realize they are going to have to make up some days at the end of the school year. :) Silly kids… Got a couple of new goodies, and picked up some too.

Here’s what happened this week:

Monday: Blog Tour Stop: Review for London Falling by T.A. Foste

Tuesday: Review for Avalon (Avalon #1) by Mindee Arnett

Wednesday:Waiting on Wednesday #72 Unwept (The Nightbirds #1) by Tracy & Laura Hickman

Thursday: Blog Tour Stop: Review for Indigo Incite (Indigo Trilogy #1) by Jacinda Buchmann

Friday: Cover Reveal and Giveaway for Elevated by Elana Johnson

Release Day Promo: Character Interview, Excerpt and Giveaway for Starcrossed (Starstruck #2) by Brenda Hiat

Saturday: New Additions: Releases for the week of January 27th


Coming Up Next Week:


Monday: Review for A Mad, Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller and A Cover Reveal

Tuesday: Month 9 Books Trailer Reveal for Upcoming Releases

Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday

Thursday: Reviewand Giveaway for The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

Friday: Review for Illumine (Illumine #1) by Alivia Anders and A Cover Reveal and A Cover Reveal

Saturday: New Additions: New Releases for the week of January 27th and A Cover Reveal and A Cover Reveal


for review


saving quinton


Saving Quinton (Nova #2) by Jessica Sorensen
(Many thanks to Forever-Grand Central Publishing)




The Fever: A Novel by Megan Abbott
(Many thanks to Little, Brown and Company)




The A-Word (Sweet Dead Life #2) by Joy Preble
(Many thanks to Soho Teen)


songs of firflies


Song of the Fireflies by J.A. Redmerski
(Many thanks to Forever-Grand Central Publishing)


Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00071]


Defining Destiny by Deanna Chase
(Many thanks to Xpresso Book Tours/Upcoming Tour)


knights assassin


No Cover Yet…
Knight Assassin by Rima Jean
(Many thanks to Entangled Teen)















Perfect Ruin (The Internment Chronicles #1) by Lauren DeStefano

Bait (Order of the Spirit Realm #1) by K.C. Blake

Heartbeat Boxed Set (Heartbeat #1-3) by Faith Sullivan




how was your week2


22 Responses to “The Sunday Post #86”

  1. Tonyalee @ lilybloombooks

    Ah, snow days. My kiddos were hoping for some too because of how COLD it was. (they closed the school on our first cold front) and when I marked on the calendar those days for inclement weather, they were so UPSET haha

    The Fever cover is WEIRD LOL Happy Reading! :)
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  2. Kristin @ My ParaHangover

    OOOOoo, I still need to read Breaking Nova!!! Yikes! Thanks for the reminder… I’ll need to remember the second one is out there :D I’ll have to watch out for your Fireflies review, too. I’m torn on that whole series – I still need to write my reviews for the first two. The second book had a whole ewwwww factor for me for a bit.

    Tee, hee… silly kids :D Stay warm!!!!!!!
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  3. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    Making up snow days is always the downside… I think our county is planning to make up one by not taking off on Presidents Day. (Not that it affects me anymore, with my daughter in college. We did take snow days off when we were homeschooling, though. It seemed only fair.)

    Enjoy your new books, and stay warm!
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  4. Michelle @ Book Briefs

    Wow, you got lots of great books this week. I revied London falling recently too as well as indigo incite so I’m off to check out what you thought of the books :)

    Thanks for stopping by my post and for your kind words about Harry

    Happy Reading!

    Michelle @ Book Briefs

  5. Heidi

    Snow days are awesome when you are a kid. I never had to make any up when I was in school, lucky me. I don’t know what is worse though going to school when it is cold and snowy or warm and sunny when you want to be outside. You got some great books, I hope you find a few good reads.
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  6. Lolita

    I didn’t hear a lot of about the books you got this week, I have seen a few around the blogospere though. I’ll stop by to read your post with your review of London Falling next, I am part of the blog tour and it sounds like such a fun read!
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  7. Lauren

    We don’t get that much snow here so snow days sound like fun. Making them up at the end of the year not so much though.

    Have a good week and thanks for stopping by the Harem.
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  8. Sophia Lin

    Hehe, that happened to me as well earlier this month! :D It was pretty awesome, even though I knew we had to make it up later, XD.

    Then again, I personally think nobody has time to run around in negative weather. :p

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