The Sunday Post ~sharing blog news and book haul

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22nd Sep

The Sunday Post ~ 22nd Edition

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.

Fall is finally here. New shows and old shows are back on television. I am kind of geeky and love Dr. Who, Fringe and Bones. I am also excited about Supernatural and Vampire Dairies starting. Damon and Dean *sighs* I watched the new dystopian called Revolution and think it shows potential. I also love this quirky show called Perception, with this college professor who helps the FBI solve cases. I love autumn and some of the trees are starting to turn the candy color red that I love so much. What shows do you like to watch? Did you/will you try any new ones?


Last week on the blog I brought you: 


This week on the blog look for:
  • Dearly, Beloved by Lia Habel (review)
  • The Gift of El Tio by Larry Buchanan and Karen Gans (guest post)
  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • Felice’s World by Henry Massie (excerpt)
  • Romeo Redeemed by Stacey Jay (early review)
  • Season of Surrender by Theresa Romain (review)
Around the Blogosphere:

 
My Book Haul:

 

Books Received for Review:

Undeadly by Michele Vail
courtesy of Harlequin Teen

 
courtesy of publisher MontLake Romance
Alice in Zombieland by Gene Showalter
received an ARC in the mail courtesy of Harlequin Teen
courtesy of Grand Central publishing

Absolution from author Susannah Sandlin
send along with a signed bookmark for Redemption, book one *eep*

Death and the Girl Next Door by Darynda Jones
courtesy of St. Martin Press

Book I won or was gifted:

A Man of Honor by Loree Lough
won from Colletta @ Colletta’s Kitchen Sink. She also sent
me the cutest handmade corner bookmarks, I love them!

Year Zero by Rob Reid
I am sorry to say that M. Gilmore sent this too me and
I cannot connect the name to a blog..brain fart?!?
Just in: Won from Michelle @ In Libris Veritas

Purchased or downloaded for free:

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10 Responses to “The Sunday Post ~sharing blog news and book haul”

  1. karina

    Fabulous haul, Kimba! I’m really looking forward to your reviews of new Darynda Jones and Undeadly. Enjoy all your books, sweetie!

  2. Michelle

    LOL!! I’m M. Gilmore (In Libris Veritas)…sorry I get other people to write out my addresses for me because my handwriting sucks, so they didn’t put the blog name on there. I didn’t even realize she only put my last name…weird, I’ll have to make sure to check that next time. My favorite shows are Dr. Who, Supernatural, and Project Runway…yeah that last one doesn’t fit but it’s an addiction. Anyway, I hope you enjoy all of your books and have a great week!

  3. Michelle

    I cant wait to read Alice in Zombieland!!!
    Visit Mine! :D

    Michelle @ Mom With A Kindle

  4. Jen Ryland

    Thanks SO much for mentioning my review — I really appreciate it!
    I’m also reviewing Romeo Redeemed — I haven’t read it yet but really enjoyed Juliet Immortal so looking forward to it. Can’t wait to see what you think :)

  5. kimbacaffeinate

    I love holiday themed books too Heather, and I haven’t started Death and the Girl Next Door, I imagine I will need to adjust. I am going to read Fourth Grave first..LOL

  6. Heather (ShoesBooks)

    Just added KISSING UNDER THE MISTLETOE to my TBR! Looks really cute…and I <3 Christmas books! I’m currently reading Darynda’s DEATH AND THE GIRL NEXT DOOR. I like it, but I’m so used to “Charlie’s” quick sarcasm, that I’m having a hard time with that missing from DATGND.

  7. Heather

    Oh, Undeadly looks like fun and I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on Ten. I’m reviewing that one next week on my blog:) Nice haul, Kimba!

  8. GRgenius

    Looks like a great week ahead and oooh! Look at the book haul! The Mistletoe one has me in the Christmas mood while the cover for ALICE is to die for; love the dress! Happy reading!