Sunday Post #51 (10/13/13)

Posted October 12, 2013 | 27 Comments


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Ugh, I’m so damn tired of not feeling good! I’m better than I was, but still blah-ish. I’ve had to reschedule a lot of off the blog stuff this month because of it. It’s a great week for TV, though. American Horror Story: Coven started, and boy, is it good! Eek, and The Walking Dead starts tonight! Also, I know Supernatural started, but I’m still behind. 🙁 Not to mention The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. I can’t keep up! Do you watch any of these?

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On the blog



Crash Into You by Katie McGarry – For review. Eeek! Need I say more?

Pawn by Aimee Carter – For review. I’m very curious about this one.

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Marie Landry – For review. I hope to read this novella soon.


Nil by Lynne Matson – For review. My mouse hovered over this one for a long time while I tried to decide whether I wanted to read it or not. My curiosity got the better of me.

Finders Keepers by Nicole Williams – Purchased. I knew while reading the 2nd book that these two would get their own. Can’t wait to read it.

Prodigal Son by Debra Mullins – A surprise from Tor Publishing. It sounds interesting!


Holidays Are Hell – I’ve already read this, but I gave my physical copy away awhile go. So I snagged this for my kindle since it’s only $1.99 right now. I mainly have it because it has a story from The Hollows series by Kim Harrison. It’s a must read for any fan of the series or for anyone planning to read it.

What I’m listening to


Hope you all had a great week!


27 responses to “Sunday Post #51 (10/13/13)

  1. Bea

    There are some excellent shows on TV this fall. I’ve been enjoying Sleepy Hollow, Supernatural, Witches of East End, Once Upon A Time among others.

    I hope you start feeling better soon!

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  2. Congrats on the new additions!!
    I watch Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and have started watching The Originals (really good actually!) as well. I am behind on Supernatural (still trying to finish up Season 8 but almost there!!). So many great new shows out this season. I really want to catch Dracula when it starts up, have you seen the previews for it yet? It looks so good!

  3. hi christy! i don’t watch the tv shows you mentioned but i discovered fringe recently and i’ve been watching season one. i also like the new fox show sleepy hollow. awesome books this week! i’m excited to read crash into you myself 🙂

    hope you can stop by my StS/Sunday Post.

    -michelle @ Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks

    • Christy

      Fringe does look like it would be good. I’ve been watch Sleepy Hollow, but I’m not feeling a strong connection to it.

  4. It’s too bad you’re still feeling a bit under the weather. I hope you’ll feel like yourself soon. I don’t watch much tv, actually. I’ve been trying to watch The Walking Dead on DVD, however. I think I still have a disc left of the second season.

    Anyway, these books look wonderful, Christy. I just finished Crash into You and am looking forward to reading Pawn. I’m interested to see what you think of Prodigal Son.

    Have a lovely week, Christy!

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  5. nice list – I’ve not gotten into walking dead – but am watching Vampire Diaries, only seen the previews for Originals – but I may give it a shot
    ~gaele @ iam-indeed Enjoy your week!

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  6. I don’t watch tv anymore… pathetic, I know. I watch sports: Tigers are in the playoffs and Red Wings hockey (I live with two guys, can’t be helped) and I went to Ohio State. But any free moment I have, I’m reading or blogging. I’m just so freakishly busy between working 20 hrs a week at the library or homeschooling the grommet.

    I’d like to watch TV!! I’d watch Supernatural, Dracula, Walking Dead, Breaking Bad re-runs, and holy crap… Almost Human has what’s-his-nuts in it… ugh, I can’t think his name right now. But he’s HOT as HELL!!!

    Annnyyyyhoooo… I sure wish you’d feel better. You’ve probably done this already but have they checked your gall bladder yet?

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    • Christy

      Lol. I rarely watch a show when it originally airs. I am going to try my damnedest for AHS: Coven and The Walking Dead, though. But ohhhh … after watching the promo for Dracula last night I need to watch that.

      Ahh thanks. I had/have walking pneumonia, so I just have lingering stuff from it.

  7. O-EM-GEE so many awesome books Christy! Pawn, Finders Keepers, and Crash into you! You are going to be a very happy reader. Hopefully they will help you finally kick this cold.

    As far as tv goes, after an epic catch up marathon last week, I am finally up to date on Vampire Diaries, but I have yet to watch the latest episode of The Originals. I used to absolutely love VD, but last season I started to get tired of them always killing off characters and bringing them back. It started to make me sad. I’m currently catching up on pretty little liars, but I’m still only on season 2.

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    • Christy

      I totally agree about VD. It still makes me cry, though. But I’m excited for The Originals. I dropped Pretty Little Liars sometime during the 2nd season, but kind of want to go back and watch them.

  8. I loved Pawn. Aimee Carter created a nice plot and this first book made a great introduction to this series, read it NOW.
    I watched The Originals and it looks better than Vampire Diaries for me, so you should try. Happy Reading!

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    • Christy

      Oh, now I’m excited for Pawn. I watched the 1st ep of The Originals, but haven’t watched the 2nd yet. I really like it, though.

    • Christy

      I haven’t watched Bones, but I heard it’s pretty good. Maybe one day I can go watch it from the beginning.

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