The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
What happened this week?
This was a busy week on and off the blog. It started with me not feeling too well. I can’t say I really caught a cold, but I was sneezing a lot and had some bouts of feeling bad. I feel better now though. It was a busy week on Lola’s Blog Tours with a big book blitz and blog tour starting. It was a blast seeing all those blogger’s their post and I tried to tweet about as many stops as I could.
And we discovered another bump on Pita, I just can’t believe her bad luck. We went to the vet with her on Friday and he thought it might be scar tissue or a tumor. He advised to wait a few weeks to see if it grows, if it grows it’s a tumor or else it’s scar tissue, there was a test he could do, but this was easier and cheaper.
Concerning blogging stuff I tweaked my Tweak Me theme a bit, the font is a bit bigger now and there are borders around the posts. Not sure if I like the border’s or not, but for now they stay, I am starting to get used to them and I think I like it this way. What do you think of the changes?
And I started signing-up for some challenges for next year, I have to be carefull not too sign-up for too many though as there are some great challenges out there.
What did I cook for dinner this week?
– Sunday: Pizza leftover from lunch (made by my boyfriend’s dad)
– Monday: Vegatarian Shepperd’s pie – new recipe – yum this was so delicious!
– Tuesday: Risotto with paprika, corn and carrot’s
– Wednesday: beetroot (made by my mom) with vega burger for me and frankfurters for my sister with shepperd’s pie leftovers
Extra: Sugar Cookies – new recipe – made 4 different variations: coconut, cinnamon, nuts and chocolate.
– Thursday: Tofu Korma – recipe will be on the blog in February
– Friday: Caufiflower mash – recipe coming in March
– Saturday: Caufiflower mash leftover with fish
Random Picture(s) of the Week
Smarties and Snicker eating porridge while I clean their cage.
This week I posted about:
– Book Blitz: Click Date Repeat by KJ Farnham – excerpt
– Book Blitz: Slip by David Estes – review
– Review: by Susan Kaye Quinn
– Blog Tour: The Girl in Between – interview & giveaway
– Lola’s Ramblings: blurbs
– Blog Tour: A League of Her Own – review
– My To-Be Read List #4: poll
What to expect next week on the blog
– Review: Corruption (Debt Colector #17) by Susan Kaye Quinn
– Book Blitz: Inspired by Night by L.E. May
– Review: Camp Forget-Me-Not (Camp Boyfriend #3) by JK Rock
– Lola’s Ramblings: ten things I love in a book
– Review: Grip (Slip #2) by David Estes
– My To-Be Read List #4: chosen book
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours
– Review Opportunity: Chills: a short story collection by Sahar Sabati – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Flawless by Jennifer McGill – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Paranormal Keepers by Jen Naumann – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: The Luthier’s Apprentice by Mayra Calvani – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Daughter of Isis (Descendants of Isis #1) by Kelsey Ketch – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Cross Roads by Donald Wilson II – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Last House Burning by Katy Scott – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Click Date Repeat by K.J. Farnham – sign-ups open till further notice
– Book Blitz: Inspired by Night by L.E. May – sign-ups open till 7 December
– Blog Tour: Wearing the Cape by Marion G Harmon – sign-ups open till 14 December
Corruption (Debt Collector #17)
by Susan Kaye Quinn
Source: for review
You can find Corruption on Goodreads
Urban Fantasy with a Cyberpunk Twist
***seventh episode of the second season***
Recommended: start with Season One.
What’s your life worth on the open market?
In this gritty urban fantasy, debt collectors take your life energy and give it to someone more “worthy”… all while paying the price with black marks on their souls.
In the race to stop Moloch’s plan to shift the debt records of thousands of people, Wraith finds the corruption of debt collection runs even deeper than she thought.
Contains mature content and themes.
Walking Shadow (Darkworld #2)
by Emma L. Adams
Source: for review
You can find Walking Shadow on Goodreads
When you have a connection to the Darkworld, nowhere is truly safe.
Ashlyn has found a new home in Blackstone, but when a spate of grave robberies across the country spark fears that someone is practicing illegal sorcery, she comes under the radar of the Venantium, the protectors of the Barrier between her world and the Darkworld, who are suspicious of any sorcerer unaware of their origins.
The trouble is, what Ash does know might just get her killed.
Sufferers of the dangerous condition known as the vampire’s curse are being brutally killed, and the latest victim is Leo’s guardian, the ex-head of the Venantium. Ash determines to help Leo find out what’s really going on, but it isn’t long before events are spiralling out of control. The dead are rising from their graves, and the barriers around Blackstone are threatened by a demon which looks exactly like Ash herself…
A New Beginning is a cinematic, interactive adventure-thriller that deals with the defining issue of our time. In a story ripped from today’s headlines, an impending global climate cataclysm threatens the world. At locations all around the globe, players will have to try and stem the tide – with the whole world hanging in the balance.
Scientist Bent Svensson has had to give up on his life’s work of trying to bring an eco-friendly alternative energy source to reality. But his existence as a reluctant retiree is interrupted by a very strange visitor: The young Fay claims to have been sent from the future to prevent an impending environmental catastrophe. The only remaining hope is Bent’s research which is about to fall into the hands of an unscrupulous energy magnate. Bent decides to trust the young woman – but could she really be telling the truth?
In A New Beginning, players take control of the two protagonists and explore the detailed, hand-painted backgrounds in classic point-and-click style. The more than 50 characters are rendered in a striking graphic-novel style and are painstakingly animated by hand in feature-film quality.