Sunday Post #119 (3/22/15)

Posted March 21, 2015 | 25 Comments

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The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Yaaaawn … I haven’t been so happy for the weekend in a long time. Last week required too much brain power, and now it’s on autopilot. Like usual. Thankfully next week shouldn’t be as bad. I think a trip to the beach is in my near future. But after spring break!

It’s officially spring, but it has felt like springtime for quite awhile now. Sunny and 80s – I love it. I don’t love that we’re running out of water though.

On the Blog

  • Written in Red by Anne Bishop (Review) – Yup, I’m officially a fan.
  • Dark Alchemy by Laura Bickle (Review) – I always enjoy Bickle’s books.

Books Read

Unteachable by Leah Raeder

Where Sea Meets Sky by Karina Halle

The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

Books Acquired

Images link to Goodreads/Amazon.

For Review:

More Maberry is always a good thing!

bits and pieces

Purchased/Freebies:

Couldn’t pass up Boy Toy and Dorothy Must Die at those prices. The Mind Reader is free.

 


Have a great week!

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25 responses to “Sunday Post #119 (3/22/15)

  1. I’m envying your weather! We’re starting to warm up into the 60s here and it looks like it might actually stop raining so we can enjoy it soon! Hope you’re able to get some rest in this week. Dorothy Must Die looks interesting. It seems to be either on people’s best of lists or they don’t like it. I don’t think I’ve read any just okay reviews! Hope you enjoy it and have a great week!
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  2. Bea

    I still have snow on the ground and yet I’m getting pollen alert emails for trees that are blooming. smh I’m glad you’ve got good weather. I’ve been saving your Written in Red review to read, time to read it. I’m so happy that you and Kimba have jumped on board this series!
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  3. Dorothy Must Die! That was a good read 🙂 I remember not quite liking the beginning because of the stereotypes characters and the too ”contemporary” vibe but then, in the world of Oz, it was amaaaazing. Hope you enjoy!!
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  4. We are doing fine here in Portland after the light winter, but they are already worrying as we haven’t had hardly any snow in the mountains this winter. I hope we get plenty of rain. I am glad you loved both Written in Red and the Bickle book. I have that one coming up soon.

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