Sunday Post #55 (11/10/13)

Posted November 9, 2013 | 27 Comments


The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

My hibernation has been pushed back for now. We’ve had higher than normal temps in the high 70s, so I’m still functioning. However, my system should begin shutting down in a couple weeks. So I’m trying to get as many of my posts put together and scheduled through December as I can, but I’m slacking in the reviews department. I just feel like reading, not writing. Actually, I never feel like writing. πŸ˜€

On the Blog

Books Read

Things I Can’t Forget by Miranda Kenneally

Pawn by Aimee Carter

The Trap by Andrew Fukuda

A Cursed Moon by Cecy Robson

Books Received

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The Trap by Andrew Fukuda – St. Martin’s Publishing sent me this for review and for a giveaway, so watch for that!

Thrown by Colette Auclair – For review.

A Cursed Moon by Cecy Robson – For review. Breeeeeeeeen!

Cursed by Destiny by Cecy Robson – For review. Love this series.

What I’m Listening To


Hope you all had a greeeaaaat week! πŸ˜‰


27 responses to “Sunday Post #55 (11/10/13)

    • Christy

      I was listening to that song while writing a review for a book that fits it perfectly. Yes, you MUST start the series!

  1. Lol- I’ve only felt like reading and not writing all year- I’m seriously slacking in the review writing department lately, I am obviously a year round hibernator!
    I want Trap as I love this series. And I’m definitely reading Pawn next.
    Have a great week!

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  2. I am looking forward to your reviews of Kennealy’s books. I need to follow up with Cecy with my ARCS as I am on her tour for the first week of December and haven’t gotten my invite. I hope you don’t suffer too much with those seventy degree temps. Today is the first time I have seen sunshine in over a week!

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    • Christy

      I got both of the books in the mail from Penguin on Friday, but haven’t got the e-invite yet. When I talked to her on Thursday, she said they should be sent out soon.

      And that’s why I couldn’t live up north. Have fun with your clouds and slugs. lol

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