The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kim the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Grab a cuppa and let me bend your ear (eyes?) for a few minutes with all my bookish news. This week I’m Prague bound.
Between My Sundays – what happened this week
“Get busy living or get busy dying.” ― Stephen King,
Clean Sweep ARC May 2017 – updates
I’ve achieved so much than I realised with this challenge! I thought only pre May arcs counted, but Kim put me straight. So now my numbers have jumped way up.
The Hourglass – read and review posted
Trivial Pursuits – read and review posted
The Whole Thing Together – read and review posted
Tattletale – read, review scheduled
The Honeymoon – read, review scheduled
One Bad Turn – read, review scheduled
Girlhood – read, need to write review
Then She Was Gone – currently reading
Before The Fall – currently reading
Second Chance Sunday – What happened here:
- [22 May] The American Girl by Rachael English ★★★★½
- [23 May] Top Ten Tuesday: Summer Time and the Reading is Easy
- [24 May] I Capture the Castle: A BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisation by Dodie Smith ★★★★
- [26 May] My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella ★★★★
Second Chance Sunday – What happened in the blogosphere:
Feed Your Addiction explains why Rating Middle Grade (and Sometimes YA) Is So Darn Hard for Her! I totally get where she is coming from and I think we all have to make our own mind up about dilemmas like this. I always feel any book where I have personal experience of a theme, makes me rate it different that if I hadn’t experienced it myself.
Because Reading, and Fantasy is More Fun wonder Can you read a series in a Month? June 2017 Challenge. This comes at a perfect time for me, as I want to read ACOTAR series. I bought it last month, but haven’t looked at it since, so this will get me on it.
Books I have received to review:
Thanks to NetGalley and Random House UK for A Stranger in the House by Shari Lapena. My adrenaline loving heart couldn’t resist this review
“‘So many dizzying twists you’d better not drive after reading” Linwood Barclay
Books I have bought:
None, thankfully as I have lots of arcs to get through!
No Talking After Lights by Anglea Lambert was a quirky looking book that I grabbed from the library. It’s set in an English boarding school in 1952, and I thought it sounded the kind of innocent, odd book that I like to read from time to time.
So, that’s my week wrapped up. Happy Reading to all.
Talk to Trish: How was your week? Does anything in my Sunday Post catch your eye, if so let’s talk! If you do a Sunday Post, make sure and leave a link.