Sunday Post # 56

Posted January 12, 2014 by Lola in Sunday Post / 12 Comments

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 was a bit busy outside the blog and a bit quiet on the blog. I actually had two days without a post, which always makes me a bit sad. This week it was tiem for my second stop during the New Adult blog tour during which I featured a blogger who wrote about why she liked New Adult.
I have been reading the same book for more than a week now, even though I do enjoy it, I just don’t seem to have much time to read :(. I hope to finish it today, so I can post my review next week.

This week I posted about:
Cover Reveal: Bomb and Guns by JA Huss
Blog Tour: Darkest Day (The 19th Year #3) by Emi Gayle – 3 stars
Blog Tour: The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales
New Adult Blog Tour: Fabulous Book Fiend feature
Cover Reveal: Night and Day (The 19th Year #3.5) by Emi Gayle

What to expect next week:
– Review: Exit Strategy (Nadia Stafford #1) by Kelley Armstrong
– Cover Reveal: True Colours
– Cover Reveal: The Problem with Crazy by Lauren McKellar
– Blog Tour: Otherborn (Otherborn #1) by Anna Silver
– Blog Tour: Vision of Shadows (Vision #1) by Vincent Morrone

Book Haul:

 – Tethered (Birthright #1) )- e-copy – won it during a giveaway on the blog YA Story tellerGoodreads
– Taut by JA Huss – e-copy – for review – Goodreads
– Joe by HD Gordon – e-copy – for review – Goodreads
– Night and Day (The 19th Year #3.5) by Emi Gayle – e-copy – for review – Goodreads
– Fury of the Demon (Kara Gillian #6) by Diana Rowland – paperback – won it during a giveaway on the blog The Darkest ReaderGoodreads

Current Giveaways (can also be found in my sidebar):

Blitz wide giveaway Sworn to Conflict
New Adult blog tour wide giveaway
Set of Taut/Slack signed paperbacks and $10 amazon gift card
Tour wide giveaway The Darkest Day by Emi Gayle
Tour wide giveaway The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales

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
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


12 responses to “Sunday Post # 56

  1. Looks like you got some good books. I’ve been seeing JA Huss everywhere lately. I’ve not read any of them yet though. Happy reading! And no worries about missing two days of posts. It happens to all of us.

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

    • I have been a fan of JA Huss since I picked up Tragic and the rest of the Rook and Ronin series was just as good! Taut will be my next read!
      I still feel bad every time I don’t have a post that day, I know it can’t be helped, but I still feel a bit sad.

  2. I just saw the Day and Night books someplace (I can’t remember) I think the cover is so cute 🙂

    I had a slow blog week too and actually forgot to post a review twice, my outside the blog has been rather busy as well so I know how you feel. Hoping to get back into the swing of things this week and read my heart out 🙂 I hope

    Have a great week

    Because reading is better than real life

    • I agree the cover for Day and Night is so cute and I am really looking forward to read it!
      I hope next week will be less busy outside the blog.

    • I am currently reading I See London and after that I’ll start Taut, so I’ll find out soon if they are as good as they sound. I hope to read some novella’s afterwards as I am behind on my goodreads reading challenge already.

    • Yeah me too, I had been reading the same book for more than a week and started worrying about two reviews books I have to read while I still have enough time to read them. I hope this week will be better for reading.

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