Sunday Post # 11

Posted February 24, 2013 by Lola in Sunday Post / 8 Comments

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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 what is coming up on your blog for the week ahead.

This week I posted about:
Review: Days of Blood and Starlight (Daughter of Smoke and Bone #2) by Laini Taylor
Waiting on Wednesday #4: Eden South (Eden #3) by Janelle Stalder
Review: The Deamon Whisperer (The Liminals #1) by Candice Bundy 
– About Me #4: Deciding What to Read
– Blogger Interview Saturday with Mostly Reviews

What you can expect next week:
Cover Reveal Tied (Fire Born #1) by Laneyi Mcmann
– Cover Reveal Imaginable (Intangible #2) by J meyers
– Blogger Interview Saturday with Reviewing Shelf

Book Haul:

– Out of the Dark (Grey Wolves #4) by Quinn Loftis – e-book – bought it myself
– Beyond the Veil (Grey Wolves #5) by Quinn Loftis – e-book – bought it myself

I really enjoyed the first 3 books in this series, but when the 4th was releashed it wasn’t on Kobo yet and I actually didn’t think about this series for quite some time. After someone mentioned she was reading the first book of this series I decided to finally pick up the new books. I can’t wait to read these.

Current Giveaways:
2 changes to win either Persephone (Daughters of Zeus #1) or Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus #2)
Tour wide giveaway Soul Avenged


8 responses to “Sunday Post # 11

    • The Grey wolves series is a series you have to read because the series is really enjoyable. There are some things like the pov that could be done better, but I just love reading this series.

    • I am currently reading the 4th book in the Grey Wolves series and I am enjoying it. I am glad I still remembered most of what happened in the last book.

    • I would certainly recommend it, it is an really enjoyable series. And it has an original take on the werewolf genre, the pack structure and mating plays a big part, but they actually don’t shift in wolves that often.

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