Nov 04 2012
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The Sunday Post #23

Posted by Jenea in Just Talking / 11 Comments

 

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.

 

This has been a busy week with our so called mountain of snow, and Halloween. Gotta love my weather people. Our mountains got a bunch of snow, but at our house we didn’t get any due to the 40 mph winds. I am certainly not complaining, I am not ready for snow. :)  Blog wise, it was a busy week as well.  I finished reading The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa, Midnight City by J. Barton Mitchel, and Alibi by Annie Miles. I have a Blog Tour stop for Alibi, a cover reveal for  Pieces by Michelle Davidson Argyle. I will have reviews for If I Die, and Elemental by Antony John. I rec’vd just a few goodies this week. This week I had nice surprise from Julia Crane, she sent me the Keegan’s Chronicles Trilogy, so that I can donate it to my library. I am excited to take them these this upcoming week.

 

Here is what happened this week:

 

Monday: Blog Tour Stop: Review & Giveaway for Moonlight and Oranges by Elise Stephens

Tuesday: Blog Tour Stop: ARC Review for Reaping Me Softly by Kate Evangelista

Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday #21 Icons by Maragret Stohl

Thursday: Blog Tour Stop: Excerpt for The Salamander Stone by C.J. Fenge

What’s Next #23 The Hunt, The Diviners & Velveteen

Friday: Review for Midnight City (Conquered Earth #1) by J. Barton Mitchell

It’s Finally Friday #24

Saturday: Upcoming New Releases for the week of 11/5

 

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Happy Reading…

 

 

 

 

Jenea

11 Responses to “The Sunday Post #23”

  1. Bea @Bea's Book Nook

    I still need to read The Lost Prince, it’s somewhere in my TBR pile.

    40MPH winds? Yikes, but yes, better than snow. I’m definitely not ready for snow, or winter. Stay warm and happy reading!

  2. kimbacaffeinate

    O,o you borrowed the Diviners that is on my list, cannot wait to hear your thoughts. I feel like i missed one or two of your post while i was sick and will check it out. My philosophy is just say “No” to snow! Thanks for sharing your news on The Sunday Post

  3. Heidi

    Julia Crane is classy to donate those books! Hmm I have read Diviners and Velveteeen but not the Hunt. I enjoyed both Diviners and Velveteen, in fact I post my review on Velveteen tomorrow, both have great world building, if you are pressed for time Diviners is huge at 600 pgs!

  4. Patricia (@bookxhibitionsm)

    I still have to read The Lost Prince, but since I didn’t like Meghans books too much, I’m nost not sure if I should even start reading it.. Hmm.

    And those Julia Crane novels actually look really interesting.. if there’s romance. If there’s no romance, then they don’t. *makes childish face* No. XD

    Patricia // My week

  5. inlibrisveritas

    Snow? Already? Yikes, well hopefully it holds off a little longer.It’s way too early to even think about that here, lol. I have Undeadly as well (forgot to put it on my post) and so far it’s interesting, I’m not sure what to think about it though. I’ll be interested in what you think of it. I’m also curious about Co-exist, I think I have that on my Kindle.

    Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a great week!

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