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 was a busy week, lots of work for both of my jobs. Luckily I had most of my posts for my blog already scheduled. Also there is somethign new in my sidebar, the bloggers comenting back button. I usually try to respond to comments on my blog, but I hardly ever take the next step of stopping by the blog of people who commented on my blog. So this button on my blog is basically a promise to myself to try harder and go that extra step. So from now one if you comment on a post on my blog I’ll do my best to visit your blog in return and leave a comment on one of your posts!
This week I posted about:
– Cover reveal: Infinite Potential (Phasm #1) by Barbara Garren
– Cover reveal: Taut The Ford book by JA Huss
– Review: Omens (Cainsville #1) by Kelley Armstrong – 5 stars
– Cover reveal: Royal Pain (Sweetwater Creek #1) by Danielle Doolittle
– cover reveal: Shattered Veil (The Diatous Wars #1) by Tracy E Banghart
– Cover Reveal: Forget Me Not by Stacey Nash
– Book Blitz: PSS Chronicles by Ripley Patton
What to expect next week:
– Cover reveal: The Other Me by Suzanne van Rooyen
– Cover reveal: Masked (The New World #2) by Janelle Stalder
– Blog Tour: Destiny (Destiny trilogy #1) by Cindy Ray Hale
– Blog Tour: Spring Moon
– Netgalleynov recap
– Blog Tour: Entrusted by Connie Ann Michael
– Frigid (Frigid #1) by J Lynn – paperback – bought it myself – Goodreads
– The Fiery Heart (Bloodlines #4) by Richelle Mead – paperback – bought it myself – Goodreads
– Mine to Tarnich (Mine #0.5) – e-copy – for review from Netgalley – Goodreads
– Released (Nogiku series #2) by SJ Pajonas – e-copy – for review – Goodreads
Current Giveaways (can also be found in my sidebar):
– e-copy of Ariel’s Song
– e-copy of the Red Sector Omnibus and book blitz wide giveaway
– Original Annotated Manuscript Crossroads
– Tour wide giveaway Soul Resurrected
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:
– Blog Tour: Golden Dunes of Renhala (Renhala #2) by Amy Joy Lutchen – sign-ups open till 12 January
– Book Blitz: Camp Christmas (Camp Boyfriend #1.5) by JK Rock – sign-ups open till 16 December
– Review Opportunity Chills:A short story collection by Saran Sabati – sign-ups open till further notice
– Blog Tour: Nogiku series by SJ Pajonas – sign-ups open till 19 January
The Fiery Heart is the popular book this week. I see that you got Frigid. Love JLA’s books. Come visit me as well.
I was surprised my copy got here so fast :). Usually I have to wait 10 days before my book arrives, but this time it was here within a week.
I really like JLA her writing style, but still have to catch up on a lot of her books. I heard some good things about Frigid.
I have not yet read a book from JLA’s I know I am totally missing out. 🙂
Because reading is better than real life
I like her writing style, but I am behind on reading her books. She publishes books so often.
Nice haul! I can’t wait to be able to read Frigid. Enjoy.
Jenea @ Books Live Forever’s Sunday Post
Frigid sounds good, but I also read some more negative reviews of it, so I hope I enjoy it. Due to the winter setting it sounds like a good book to read this winter!
I’m really bad at returning the comment. I reply on my own blog, but I always forget to go visiting. I blame it on my blonde hair. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!
I have the same problem, I almost always reply to comments on my blog, but going to the other blog and commenting on there isn’t something I did a lot. So from now on I am trying to do that too as I think it’s a great idea to comment back on the blogs who commented on mine.
Yay you got Fiery Heart too, can’t wait to get into it! I’ve heard good things about Frigid. Thanks for stopping by my STS and I hope you enjoy yours!
I hope I have time to read the Fiery Heart soon, I love the Bloodlines series so far!
And I hope to read Frigid somehwere this winter, it feels like the kind of book best read in winter.