Sunday Post #18

April 14, 2013 Sunday Post 16

sunday post meme pictureThe 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: Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter by Nikki Jefford – 2 stars
Blog Tour: Resonance by JA Belfield – 4 stars
Waiting on Wednesday #9: Camp Boyfriend (Camp Boyfriend #1) by JK Rock
Review: Frailties of the Bond by Amanda Brown – 3 stars
Review: Fire (Akasha #3) by Terra Harmony – 4 stars
Cover Reveal: Tremble (Denazen #3) by Jus Accordo
Review: Ecstasy (Debt Collector #3) by Susan Kaye Quinn – 4 stars

What you can expect next week:
– Book Blitz: Sworn to Raise (Courtlight #1) by Terah Edun
– Review: Imaginable (Intangible #2) by J Meyers
– Review: With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) by Rachel Vincent

Book Haul:

– Gadget Girl: The Art of being Invisible by Suzanne Kamata – e-book – for review
– Imaginable (Intangible #2) by J Meyers – e-book – for review
– Earth (Akasha #4) by Terra Harmony – e-book – for review
– My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century (My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century #1) by Rachel Harris – paperback – bought it myself
– Deadly Sting (Elemental Assassin #8) by Jennifer Estep – paperback – bought it myself 
– The Rising (Darkness Rising #3) by Kelley Armstrong – paperback – bought it myself 
– Phoenix Watching (Camp Myth #1) by Chris Lewis Carter – e-book – got it for review
– Elsker (The Elsker Saga #1) by ST Bende – e-book – got it for review
Current giveaways:

– win one of the 2 e-Arcs of Stars in her Eyes; cover reveal wide giveaway

Winner Giveaway:
The winner of the Aurora Sky doorhanger is Tiffany Rochelle! The winner ha sbeen contacted and will receive her prize soon.

16 Responses to “Sunday Post #18”

  1. bookarooju

    I’ve heard good stuff about My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century. And I finally have the other two Kelley Armstrong books I need on their way to me so I can read this other YA trilogy of hers!!! 😀
    Enjoy your books, Lola.
    p.s. I didn’t manage to do a SS this week due to a migraine (just so you don’t wonder where my post is if you visit).

    • Lola R

      I heard some good things about My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century too, but at first decided I didn’t want to read it because of the time travel issue (I am not a fan of time travel and such in books). Eventually I decided I wanted to give it a try because it sounds great and the blurb of the second book also sounds good.

      I was just going to head over to your blog to check your SS (one of the first things I do ever sunday morning :p). Sad to hear you have a migraine :(, I hate migraines. I hope you feel better soon.

    • Lola R

      I just love Kelley Armstrong her writing style! I can’t wait to read the Rising, but sadly I have some review books I have to read first. I really can’t wait to read The Rising.

    • Lola R

      Bitten also is one of my favourite books. I also really enjoy her YA series and I can’t wait to read Omens (Cainsville #1) that comes out later this year.

  2. Sandy Farmer

    You got some good one this week. Imaginable and Earth have great covers, but I’ve never heard of either one of these before! Happy reading!

    Check out my SP & STS.

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

    • Lola R

      All the books in the Akasha series have amazing covers, Fire is my favourite cover. Earth is the last book in the series, it’s a great series.

    • Lola R

      I hope I have time to read it soon, but so far I have a few review books to read first and I got so many awesome books this week, it will be dificult to decide what to read first.

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