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 and tiring week. It was a busy week and I didn’t sleep well and that caused me to be even more tired. It also was a busy week with work. I did some hours assistant work and some tour work, 3 media kits for tours starting next week went out and I put a new sign-up post live and am working on a few more sign-up posts. I still have some things I had hoped to do that i didn’t get to, but the most important things got done.
My sister and her boyfriend visited this week. She brought some great cupcakes and some presents for my birthday. We had a fun time chatting, drinking tea and eating the cupcakes.
I went on a book buying spree this week and spent some of my birthday money, I bought a bunch of books and then there was a non-fiction book sale at the end of this week and I grabbed some more books. I also got two review books. Which results in a massive book haul this week.
What did I read this week?
It was a good reading week with 3 solid 4 star reads that I finished. Kill the Queen was a great action packed fantasy read and the narrator did a fantastic job. I still haven’t gotten around to reviewing it yet. Relic of Sorrows is the fourth book in this series and I thoroughly enjoyed it with the find the treasure type of storyline. Mortal trinity is the seventh in last book in this amazing pirate fantasy series and this last book was probably the best one of all. More emotional than previous books and it brought the whole series to a satisfying conclusion.
This week I blogged about:
What to expect next week on the blog:
– Review: Mortal Trinity by Kelly St Clare
– Review: Rival Princes by Jaxon Knight
– Review: First Flyght by S.J. Pajonas
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:
– The Minimalistic Babe by Lola R. Marie
– The Guest House Witch by Desy Smith
– Dark Reflections by Kelsey ketch
– Roland’s Path by RJ Hanson
– The Composition of Order by Hilary Dartt
– Once Upon An Equinox by Dovie Ruth – New!
Check the full list of open review opportunities here.
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– Book Blitz: Her Rough Ride by Heather Van Fleet – 2 till 8 September
– Blog Tour: Merlin’s Shakespeare by Carol Anne Douglas – 3 till 16 September
– Bookstagram Blitz: First Flyght by S.J. Pajonas – 6 till 13 September
– Blog Tour: Kingdom Tiber City Blues by Anderson O’Donnell – 16 September till 6 October
– Blog Tour: Delicious Disasters by Isabella Louise Anderson – 7 till 20 October
– Bookstagram Blitz: Called to Inspire by Marsha DuCille – 8 till 15 October
– Blog Tour: Grimworld by Avery Moray – 26 October till 8 November
Some of these are books I had on my wishlist for a while or by authors I know and I splurged on buying some books with my birthday money. Scavenger Princess is set in Carysa Locke’s telepathic space pirates world and I can’t wait to read this one. I liked the sound of Prophecy of Convergence so I grabbed a copy, this is a new to me author. The Uninvited Corpse was discounted and sounded like a solid cozie, also a new to me author. Arkadian Skies is the next book in the Fallen Empire series I am enjoying. Verity Strange I bought as I enjoyed books by this author and hope to binge read this series soon. I liked the sound of Spellbinding his Ranger, with romance, sci-fi and litrpg aspects. A Royal Guide to Monster Slaying is Kelley Armstrong’s newest release and I like what I heard of this one so far and it’s been awhile since I read one of her books. At Wits’ End is a cozy mystery that’s been on my wishlist for a while, the idea of an ufo themed bed and breakfast just sounds so fun.
JOMO and Taming Demons for Beginners I got for review. JOMO I requested form netgalley as it sounded like an interesting non-fiction book. Taming Demons for Beginners is a spin-off from the author’s guild codex series and I am excited to read this one. Gotta Read It, Killing it on Kobo and Your A Game were all only 99 cents as part of the non-fiction book sale. These sounded informative so I bought them.