The Sunday Post ~sharing blog news and book haul

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3rd Nov

The Sunday Post ~ 28th 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.

I spent most of the week sick, which wasn’t any fun, but I am recovered and excited for the month ahead. Things that Go Bump in the Night has come to an end, although some giveaways are still open; so be sure and enter. Congrats to all the winners and a heartfelt thanks to all the sponsors who made it possible. There is a new event I am co-hosting in February called Fiery Hot Reads for Icy Cold Nights and you can join in the fun. So be sure and check it out.


Last week on the Blog I brought you:

This week on the blog look for: 
  • The Kingdom by Amanda Stevens (review)
  • Death and the Girl Next Door by Darynda Jones (review-giveaway)
  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • The Promise by Kate Worth (review and awesome giveaway)
  • My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr (review)
  • Owelet by Emma Michaels (excerpt, guest post, giveaway)
Around the Blogosphere:
  • Be sure and sign up for this exciting blog hop in February. Click on image for details. I am super excited to be co-hosting this event with 4 fabulous bloggers:
Cambria Hebert
  • Check out Christina’s review and giveaway of Renegade by J.A. Souders @ A Reader of Fictions and tell her I sent ya :) It is hilarious!
  • I am still giggling after watching the video on how to download Romance ebooks, go, go check out Fiction Vixen Book Review‘s Friday Funnies.

Book Haul:
 
For Review:
Temping is Hell by Cathy Yardley
courtesy of Entangled Publishing
courtesy of Twisted Literary

 Fear Collector by Gregg Olsen
courtesy of Kensington Books

Guardians of Stone by Anita Clenney
courtesy of author and Montlake Romance

A Most Scandalous Proposal by Ashlyn Macnamara
courtesy of Random House/Ballantine books

Stitch by Samantha Durante
sent to me by author

Chantress by Amy Butler Greenfield
courtesy of Simon and Schuster

Gifted or Won:

Incarnation by Emma Cornwall
won from Drey @ Drey’s Library

Nowhere to Hide by Nancy Bush
You Don’t Want to Know by Lisa Jackson
What Happens at Christmas by Victoria Alexander
thanks to the lovely people at Kensington Publishing

The Athena Effect by Derrolyn Anderson
won from Meg @ A Bookish Affair and author
along with this necklace and signed cover tag:

I won a signed copy of Spare Change by Bette Lee Crosby
from Sherry @Fundinmental As Eye See It and the author included a lovely letter. I loved this book and gave
it 5 cups of coffee. I may give this up as a giveaway or a special Xmas
gift, since I own a copy of my own :)

Purchased or Downloaded:

      

 

That’s my week.
Link-up and share your news!

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

  1. Tanya Davis

    Great haul this week. I’ve been trolling your Darynda Jones giveaway! :)

  2. Bea

    Another great haul and I love the graphic for the hot fiery reads blog hop.

  3. karina

    I’m glad to hear you are feeling better, hon! Chantress looks really good, so I hope you will live up to its alluring cover ;) Enjoy all your reads this week! ;)

  4. Michelle

    OOh chantress looks amazing! I can’t wait to see your thoughts on that one. I enjoyed Stitch; I hope you do too :)

    Great week on the blog Kimba. I look forward to being around more this week on the blog and twitter, so I will be by :)

  5. Kristilyn Robertson

    Awesome books! The cover for Chantress is sooo pretty! And you won You Don’t Want To Know! I liked that one — it was my first Lisa Jackson read.

    YAY for The Hallowed Ones!!!! I loooooved that book! It scared me AND kept me reading late into the night!

    Enjoy all your reads! (And happy you’re feeling better!)

  6. Sharon - Obsession with Books

    A wonderful haul Kimba!! Most of these are new to me but I look forward to reading your reviews for each of them :)

    I’m pleased to hear you are feeling much better, being sick is horrible.

    Happy reading!!

  7. PatriciaBookExhibitionism

    There are so many books up there, I actually don’t even know which to comment on. o.o Hope you enjoy your reads! (And I’ll check out that video now! I hope it’s not about what I actually considered making a video about, one day, though. XD)

  8. Heidi

    Well I hope you are on the mend now! The only good thing about sick is extra time to lounge about and read. Whew it is nice I am sure to wrap Bump in the Night, I am relieved that Wicked is done! No more craziness for awhile. Hooray for Fire and Ice looking foward to making this am epic event! Wow! That is a load of books, I am still focused on the goal of trimming the pile and it is working! Hope this week is a better week for you!