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 week was less busy then last week. It always seems that one week is very busy on Lola’s Blog Tours with new tours, but they all seem centered in the same week. And then this week no new tours at all. It gave me the time to do some more blog commenting and focus on my marketing assistant work.
Pita recovered nicely and by friday we put her back into the cage again with the other girls. They all seemed happy to be together again. Pita’s wound looks nice, although there is some scar tissue visible as this tumor was bigger then her last one, but once her fur grows back again you probably won’t see much of that anymore.
I got into trying new recipes for cooking again this week. I made green curry from scratch, I plan on making that again next week to tweak the recipe until it’s perfect. I also made Risotto with apples and corn and it was so yummy! I plan on sharing the recipe on my blog once. I came up with the idea after making Risotto with apples and pumpkin, but pumpkin is so annoying to slice and dice, so I wanted another veggie to trow in it and then I came up with corn. Corn is yellow and looks happy and is sweet, which goes well with the apples. I also made this 30 minute Sriracha Chicken and Broccoli Lo Mein, I left out the Sriracha sauce as I had no clue what it was and added some sweet soy. I also added 5 eggs in total. It was realy good and I’ll be making this more often for sure. I love eggs in my food. And the last new recipe I tried was Chicken Korma. Which turned out really well!
And I baked lemon crinkle cookies again with orange, but now we added more orange then last time. They tasted even better then last time!
I managed to get 8 posts scheduled so far! I worked on next month’s My To-Be Read List posts, I always like deciding which books to list. Scheduled some tour stops and even two Lola’s Ramblings posts for december and later. I also got quite some posts for this month written, I didn’t realize how many I still had to write.
Random Picture(s) of the Week
This is Snickers sitting on my shoulder. I just came out of the shower, so that’s why I have a towel on. Snickers and Smarties seemed happy with the extra attention now Pita is healthy again.
This week I posted about:
– Review: Menace (Debt Collector #12) by Susan Kaye Quinn
– Review: Revealed part three (Nogiku series #0.3) by SJ Pajonas
– Lola’s Ramblings: Sci-fi and me
– My To-Be Read List #3: chosen book
What to expect next week on the blog
– Review: Temptation (Debt Collector #13) by Susan Kaye Quinn
– Interview: Mathhew Alan Tyler
– Lola’s Ramblings: Top ten sci-fi books
– Read Play Blog #4
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours
– Review Opportunity: Chills: a short story collection by Sahar Sabati – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Flawless by Jennifer McGill – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Paranormal Keepers by Jen Naumann – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: The Luthier’s Apprentice by Mayra Calvani – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Daughter of Isis (Descendants of Isis #1) by Kelsey Ketch – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Cross Roads by Donald Wilson II – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Last House Burning by Katy Scott – sign-ups open till further notice
– Review Opportunity: Click Date Repeat by K.J. Farnham – sign-ups open till further notice
– Cover Reveal: Surfacing by Kristin Halbrook – sign-ups open till 16 November
– Book Blitz: Click Date Repeat by K.J. Farnham – sign-ups open till 25 November
– Book Blitz: Slip by David Estes – sign-ups open till 30 November
– Book Blitz: Inspired by Night by L.E. May – sign-ups open till 7 December
– Blog Tour: Flury Journey of the Snowman by Tony Bertauski – sign-ups open till 13 November
– Blog Tour: True Calling by Siobhan Davis – sign-ups open till 14 November
– Blog Tour: A League of Her Own by Karen Rock – sign-ups open till 30 November
– Blog Tour: Wearing the Cape by Marion G Harmon – sign-ups open till 14 December
Temptation (Debt Collector #13)
by Susan Kaye Quinn
Source: for review
You can find Temptation on Goodreads
THIS IS SEASON TWO OF DEBT COLLECTOR*
Recommended: start with Season One.
*pre-order of the full season available
What’s your life worth on the open market?
A debt collector can tell you precisely.
After dirtying her hands with the inner workings of Moloch’s Cult of Death, Wraith gets a glimpse of what Gehenna has to offer… and it may be the one thing she cannot resist.
Contains mature content and themes.
Temptation is approximately 15,000 words or 60 pages, and is the fourth of nine episodes in the second season of The Debt Collector serial. This dark and gritty future-noir is about a world where your life-worth is tabulated on the open market and going into debt risks a lot more than your credit rating.
It is recommended that you start with the first season, but each season is a complete story for that debt collector and can serve as an entry point to the series. There are five planned seasons in the Debt Collector series, the first four each from the perspective of a different debt collector with the fifth season bringing all four together.
Double Life (Razia #1)
by S. Usher Evans
Source: for review
You can find Double Life on Goodreads
Piracy is a game. How much are you worth?
Since she was a little girl, everyone – from her father to the Great Creator himself – told Lyssa Peate the same thing: she’s worthless. But when she becomes the pirate bounty hunter Razia, she can see the price tag on her own head. Employed by one of the four pirate syndicates, she uses bank transactions and her considerable wits to capture rival members. At least, she would be if Razia’s boss ever gave her a chance. It’s a man’s world, and all she’s allowed to hunt are purse snatchers while she languishes on probation.
To pay the bills, she’s stuck in her old life as Lyssa, discovering and analyzing distant planets and selling them for cash. She’s doing just enough to stay out of trouble, pretending to be continuing her father’s mysterious research while away for long periods of time. Her slimy boss is always asking questions and even assigns one of her younger brothers, Vel, to intern with her. Already struggling to keep the balance between her double lives, she tries everything to rid herself of the kid…
…until the universal police mistake Lyssa’s intern for Razia’s hostage.