The Sunday Post – Get your bookish news!

August 25, 2013 meme, TTT 0

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  Grab a cuppa and let me bend your ear (eyes?) for a few minutes with all my bookish news. 

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

Book Review : You are Mine by Janeal Falor – 4 star book review for a YA paranormal that proves yet again that I don’t need to be scared of paranormal  I can enjoy them, scratch that I can love them.

Book Review : OCD Love Story by Corey Ann Haydu – 3.5 stars for a book that so hard to read because it was so realistic.  But so good.

Blog Tour and Giveaway : Going under by S. Walden – 4 stars and  a warning that this book should come with an emotional overdrive warning

Green Giants – Irish Author Spotlight No 5 – Niamh Greene – 4 stars for a chick-lit book that sparkles with humour and feel-good charm

The Bloggers Guide to Marketing : How People fit into the Marketing Mix– Part of my marketing made easy series.  This week we look at where you personally fit into the marketing mix.

Second Chance Sunday – Some posts that caught my eye around the blogosphere.  Do yourself a favour and go Sunday Visiting?!

Sorry, no links this week.  My dad has been sick, so I spent most of the week either in work or with him so my blog visiting was curtailed.  Hopefully, I will be back on track this week.

Books I have received to review this week:

None!  I wanted to catch up a little this week.

Books I have bought this week:

I really wanted to say none here too!  But Amazon kept emailing me with amazing offers that I couldn’t resist.

I don’t think The Sea of Tranquility or Ten Tiny Breaths need any introduction. Both were on my wishlist with some time and I snatched them both up for under $4 each this week on Amazon.  I’m delighted and can’t wait to read them!

The next 3 were all free this week, I had to get these!  All are YA.
Jordyn is YA paranormal and a series I have heard a lot of good things about
Canary is YA realistic fiction, I love the cover and the tagline – Staying quiet will destroy her, but speaking up will destroy everyone
Imperfect is a YA dystopia.  I don’t know a lot about it yet but it has been a while since I read a dystopia so again I didn’t think twice!

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

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