The Sunday Post – Issue 8

May 26, 2013 meme, The Sunday Post 0

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  It’s a chance to share news ~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

A Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Asti was kind enough to nominate me for this award and I’m delighted to accept.  It made my heart jump a little to see my name mentioned, thanks Asti 🙂


And wait up, I’ve more exciting news!  Yes, it’s Competition Time!!

I’m hosting my first international giveaway for 3 ebooks of The Magic Warbler by Victoria Simcox. Enter here to WIN.  Good luck!


Second Chance Sunday – This is what happened here this week:

Learning not to Drown by Anna Shinoda  – A 4 star review for an emotional book about family dynamics

TTT  – A list of my favourite covers..squee..this is my happy place!

Unforeseen by Lauren Grimley – Book Release news of a second book in a series that I have been looking forward to

Golden by Jessi Kirby – A golden 5 stars for a book I loved

Blind Date with a Book – Would you try some bookish serpendipity?

The Power of being a Reviewer – My mixed up, uneasy feelings of when I give a negative review. What do you think?

Second Chance Sunday – Some posts that caught my eye around the blogosphere.  Go Sunday Visiting!

Love is Blind when it comes to Ratings – CeCe @ Steaming Mug of Books wonders if love is blind when it comes to rating books. I know exactly what she means.

Why Do Blonds get all the Fun – Kelly @ Radiant Shadows ponders about stereotypes in YA based on hair colour

Illustrated YA Books – Asti @ A Bookish Heart talks about book monogamy. I can’t do it, I just can’t commit, what about you?

E Books and E Readers – Debby @ Snuggly Oranges examines Ebooks, are they yay or nay for you? She also looks at some interesting future developments.  Ebooks get a big thumbs up from me.

They’re all White – Kelly W @ Paper Fantasies discusses the lack of diversity in YA books

Discussion NA – Chelsea @ Starbucks & Books Obsession puts NA books under the spotlight this week

It’s about the books – Rachen @ Fitkshun talks about whether blogging is still about the books. I love blogging but it is far more time consuming that I ever realised and reading the books is the least time consuming part of that.

Books I have received this week to review:

Love the cover Block 24a, it looks dark and creepy. 

     

    

    


Books I have bought this week: As you can see I’m in a NA mood 🙂

  

    

So that’s  my week wrapped up.  Happy Reading to all. 

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