Sunday Post #23 (2/3/13)

Posted February 2, 2013 | 21 Comments


The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

I really should have put this post together earlier this week. I’m too tired to even type.

On the Blog

  • Pivot Point by Kasie West – Review. Loved this book so much! β™₯


Covers link to Goodreads & titles link to Amazon

I didn’t purchase any books. I had to buy my son’s $100+ track shoes (!!!), his Letterman Jacket, and a bunch of other stuff instead. So of course, my book buying got put on hold until next week. It’s a good thing I love him.


  • The Dead and Buried by Kim Harrington – For review. So I requested this on Netgalley months ago but didn’t get accepted until just this last week. A month after it was published. Oh well. I read it real quick and liked it.

What else is going on


Fiery Hot Reads for Icy Cold Nights – Lots of giveaways.


Wicked Valentine’s Read-a-thon – Join for a little bit or a lot between February 7th to 14th. Fun times!


Take Control of your TBR Pile Read-a-thon – A fun read-a-thon that’s part of the TBR March event. You don’t have to read the entire time. Read as little or as much as you want between March 15th and 18th. I’m going to host a challenge for it.


Book Blog 411 – Steph @ The Readingista started a great site where bloggers can list their blogs, events, memes, or whatever else.


How was your week?


21 responses to “Sunday Post #23 (2/3/13)

    • Christy

      Yeah, running is his thing.

      I really should start my SP earlier, because sometimes Saturdays are extra lazy days. πŸ˜€

  1. Sam

    I’m glad you liked The Dead and Buried. I really enjoyed the author’s debut novel and look forward to trying that one myself. It’s funny how some publishers wait years to approve a request. πŸ˜›

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    • Christy

      She’s such a brat. lol

      I’m trying to get all of my March review books read in Feb, so I can focus all on tbr books. There are so many I want to read.

  2. One thing I don’t miss about playing sports is the expensive shoes…I use to play soccer and then one year basketball. Waaaay too much money went into cleats and basketball shoes.
    I’m so tired that this comment took like 4 tries to write typo free…lol

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    • Christy

      Seriously! I definitely appreciate now how much I cost as a kid/teenager. Horses, softball, and volleyball… I was not cheap. I’m glad the most expensive sports stuff I have to buy my son are CC and track shoes every season.

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