Sunday Post #74 (4/13/14)

Posted April 12, 2014 | 38 Comments

SundayPost

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

What a week! I’m not even going to get into it, though. You’re welcome. πŸ˜‰

Our Spring Break has started and we are having beautiful 86Β° sunny weather. I am a happy girl. Also, I finally watched Frozen. I know, I’m like the last person on the planet to do so. I have a question, though, what exactly was Elsa going to eat up on the mountain with nothing but snow and ice? Tree bark? Was she going to hunt? lol – yes, that is what I’m dying to know.

On the Blog

  • Tangled by Emma Chase – Review. So damn good. Hilarious & sexy!
  • He’s Come Undone by Theresa Weir – Review. Really good. Think John Tucker Must Die with a twist.
  • Hopeless by Colleen Hoover – Review. Yes, I finally read it. Loved it!

Books Read

The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa

Talk Dirty to Me by Dakota Cassidy

Books Acquired

For Review:

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I was a good girl!

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38 responses to “Sunday Post #74 (4/13/14)

  1. I loved Frozen and I totally didn’t even think about that! I love the Sauna guy “Yoohoo!” *twiddles fingers*
    I just started The Forever Song, I put it off so long but now I just can’t anymore. I’m hoping it doesn’t hurt too badly, lol. I hope you have a lovely week Christy!

    Michelle recently posted: Sunday Post (101)
    • My husband was wondering the same thing about Elsa living in her ice castle on the north mountain. I looked at him and said, “Who are you, Ramona the Pest and the teacher just read you Mike Mulligan & the Steam Shovel?” He was completely lost. He’s read neither Ramona or Mike Mulligan.

      I thought I was the last person on the plant to see Frozen. πŸ™‚ I’ve seen it twice and need to get somewhere and pick up the DVD.

      Terri M. LeBlanc recently posted: The Sunday Post: Week of April 6, 2014
  2. Am I the only one who didn’t really like Frozen, lol ? My daughters love it, on the other hand. Like Michelle, I loved the sauna guy ! As to the food (good question), everything she touched turns to ice, so maybe she’d just ate ice ? Or she created frozen food !
    Have a great week πŸ˜‰

    RedIza recently posted: Sunday post #10 : What's up ?
  3. It’s friggin’ Disney! You don’t think, silly!!!!!

    And if I was takin’ books, I would have grabbed Boomerang… I’ll live vicariously through you πŸ™‚

    YAY for Spring Break!!!! Ahhhh, California sunshine!! I’m watchin’ my Tigers play the Padres this weekend and missin’ it harsh!!! Send some our way, okay??

    Kristin recently posted: Sunday Post #30: Break Time Is Over
  4. Wow, you’ve read Forever Song already.. I’m dying on envy here!
    My niece loves Frozen so we watched a few times a month and now that you’ve noted it, I’m not sure what she’s planning to eat there too πŸ˜€

    Irish recently posted: Stacking The Shelves
  5. I’m dying to read Boomerang! I hope you love it! Also, Frozen. Yay! We love it. I couldn’t really understand why everyone was talking about it before seeing it but it’s definitely a favorite of ours now. It’s just so much fun. But I have no idea what she plans on eating up there. Or how well her indoor plumbing works.

    Lori recently posted: Stacking the Shelves (9)
  6. Well officially I’m the last person who hasn’t seen Frozen! I will have to get to it, since I’m on my break now. I hope you enjoyed The Forever Song. Great post πŸ™‚

    Tanja recently posted: Sunday Post (#2)
  7. LOL! I never thought of what she would eat, snow cones maybe? πŸ˜›

    Yay, ou got Boomerang too. I snuck in a few chapters the other day while waiting for my daughter and…I can tell I am going to really like it. So much sizzle!

    kindlemom1 recently posted: The Sunday Post
    • Christy

      Congratulations Candace! You are my first test subject for the comment reply plugin I just installed. Will you please let me know if you get an email with this reply? πŸ™‚

      Btw, Boomerang is by Veronica Rosi under a pen name.

  8. Boomerang is such a popular book this week! Looking forward to reading your thoughts on that book. And yes, I’ve asked that same question myself. There’s not even proper necessities to make snow cones. I mean, seriously. Lol.

    • Christy

      It’s unseasonably warm here for us, but I’m not complaining. I’ll probably be complaining during the summer though. πŸ˜€

    • Christy

      Snow cones … suuurre. The Dakota Cassidy book was good! I’m glad I got all three. There’s a novella too that’s already out and features one of the girls in the first book.

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