The Sunday Post : Get your Bookish News

March 9, 2014 meme, The Sunday Post 47

 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. 

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Randomness:

I love my ebooks but this just made me laugh!

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Second Chance Sunday – What happened here this week:

First off, I want to tell you about the event myself & Chelsea @ Starbucks & Books Obsession are hosting in April.  It’s a Re-Read-A-Thon to help reacquaint us all with our old favourites.  We’d love you to join in – sign up post below.

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Second Chance Sunday – What caught my eye.  Why not go Sunday visiting?!

Asti, Kelley and Leanne have combined forces!  Check out their Grand Opening on Oh, The Books!

Laura @ Laura Plus Books shares 5 Reasons Why she Unfollow Blogs

Natalie @ Natflix & Books talks about Reading Reviews (To read or Not to read)

Tonya @ Lilybloombooks  has a random rant about Mixing Genres on the Blog- Good or Bad?

Amy @ Ode to Jo & Katniss shares a way to read audio books off line We Meet Again, Audiobooks

Angela @ Angela’s Anxious Life wants to know Is your blog a secret????

Ana @ Read Me Away confesses she is Scared by Starting Series

Dani @ What Danielle Did Next asks Is it Ethical to Review a Book you’ve Beta Read

Charleen @ Cheap Thrills discusses writing reviews with Specific Criticism and Vague Praise

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Books I have won!:

I’m so excited about this one.  And thanks to Headline Books, I’ve also won one to giveaway!  Watch this space 🙂

The Geography of You And Me

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Books I have received to review:

Thanks to NetGalley and Hodder Children’s Books for Tease.  It’s about the aftermath of a teenage suicide and sounds very thought-provoking.

Thanks to Bookbrigr for Precious Thing.  I’m in the middle right now and it’s a head-wreck (the good kind!).  I don’t have a clue what is going on but I’m glued to it.

And finally thanks to NetGalley and Hodder & Stoughton for The Telling Error.  Sophie Hannah is one of my favourite authors so getting approved for this one made my day.

 

Tease Precious Thing The Telling Error

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Books I have bought:

On sale this week, so I one-clicked.  The shiny award on the front plus some great reviews from friends helped too!

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

 

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47 Responses to “The Sunday Post : Get your Bookish News”

  1. Angie

    Thanks for linking up to me… I just read through half the posts you posted and I should’ve been in bed long ago! I have heard a lot about Stolen so I can’t wait to see what you think.
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    • trish

      Haha, even when I go to link them, it takes me forever as I end up reading them and all the comments again.

  2. Laura Plus Books

    Nggaaaw, Trish! Thank you mentioning my post! It means a lot. 🙂 I hope you enjoy all your new books! Especially the Geography of You and Me because it sounds super cute. Stolen wasn’t my cup of tea but I hope you love that too. Enjoy the week!
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    • trish

      You are welcome Laura! Loved that post and I think all bloggers love to know what annoys people so we can try not to do it! The Geography of You And Me is SO cute, it’s a real feel good book.

    • trish

      It’s my first book by Jennifer too and I’m really impressed. Just SO cute, I’m saying AW all afternoon while reading it! Hope you enjoy too Jess! And I’m looking forward to Stolen too.

    • trish

      I’m the same, I adore my e-reader but that was too funny not to share! Thanks for following, I’ll be along to visit you later 🙂

    • trish

      I love when someone else loves Sophie as I think she is surprisingly under-rated. Her writing is fab.

    • trish

      The Geography of Me and You is ridiculously cute, I love it! And the settings are fab too. I’m looking forward to The Telling Error.

    • trish

      I’m the opposite, I love physical books but prefer e-books nowadays. I love having all my books with me!

    • trish

      Can’t wait to read Stolen, it sounds like I’ll really enjoy it. And I’ll be ready for a head/heart malfunction!

    • trish

      I love real books but nothing beats the convenience of e-books for me. I’m often reading 3 or 4, so this is handier than hauling them all around. But at least a real book never dies on you at a critical point :O

  3. Ana @ Read Me Away

    Thank you for the link up, Trish! 😀

    Congratulations on winning The Geography of You and Me! I really liked Smith’s other books. 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you think of this one!
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    • trish

      Twisty thrillers are one my fav things! And I’m at 25% and have no clue what is really going on in Precious Thing, I can’t even form a theory yet!

    • trish

      I’m the opposite now, I find I prefer my e-books to my physical books. I even have to force myself to read them as I just prefer the handiness of reading on an kindle app.

    • trish

      What do you think you need to work out on the comments Peggy? When I was on blogger, I added disqus so people would get notifications about when I replied to their comments and it was the best thing I ever did as it really encourages two way dialogue.
      I’m looking forward to Stolen too; it sounds really good and I know lots of people love it.

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