The Sunday Post 7th Edition

June 9th, 2012 Kimberly Sunday Post 35 Comments

9th Jun


Sunday Post

The Sunday Post ~ 7th 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 hope you all had a great week. I have been busy preparing for our vacation at the end of the month. We are going on a cruise for 10 days..wahoo! So between shopping and setting up blog posts for while I am’s been crazy. Plus I am super nervous about being unplugged for so long..LOL
The coffee is grab a cup.
Please be sure and visit the blogs participating in this meme..maybe you will find your next read!

This week I brought you the following reviews:

I also posted:

  • An excerpt of The Binding by L. Filloon, a YA Fantasy/Romance so if you missed it, check it out here.
  • Waiting on Wednesday~see the awesome fairy tale retelling I am waiting for here.

Coming up this week on the blog I will have reviews of:

I will also feature a guest post from David Nickle, the author of Rasputin’s Bastards and a blog tour (excerpt) stop for the novel Familiar Ties by Naya Nikki. Be sure and check out my WoW pick too!

Here are the goodies I received this week ~all titles link to Goodreads:

For Review:

The Ravenous Dead by Natasha Hoar
courtesy of Carina and NetGalley

In a Fix by Linda Grimes
courtesy of Tor/Forge

Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness
courtesy of Penguin books and netGalley.

Black Moon Awakening by Lina Gardiner
courtesy of author and Imajinn Books

Gifted or Won:

an autographed copy of Seers courtesy of author Heather Frost
I won this from Liz @ Fictional Candy

Heather wrote,” Always remember that reality is as great as your dreams”



What’s been happening in your world?

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35 Responses to “The Sunday Post 7th Edition”

  1. Heidi

    Kimba wow! Where are you going? Don’t worry after the first day or so you will enjoy being unplugged. I am looking forward to reading your review of Dust Girl! I have that one coming up on my pile. This is my first time doing one of these memes, so I am excited! I a, getting a Banner for it for next week 🙂 Enjoy your

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  2. kara-karina

    Hahaha, we are away for a week in the end of the month too, and I’m preparing posts like crazy, never mind packing! :))) Love that you’ve got In a Fix and the rest of Sarah Maclean. Enjoy! You have to read Sherry Thomas or Loretta Chase’s latest books next – they are totally gorgeous! 🙂

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  3. Manga Maniac

    I am jealous that you have In a Fix! I have The Ravenous Dead, too – I loved the first book in the series!

    I hope you have a blast on your cruise!

  4. Beth

    I haven’t read any Sarah MacLean before–will have to add her to my list. And lucky you getting Shadow of Night. It looks like everyone wants to read this one! I still need to read A Discovery of Witches.

  5. Chapter by Chapter

    Great set of books this week! In A Fix sounds pretty good! I’m gonna have to definitely check that one out. Oooo HERE!! I really, really enjoyed that one! And free in Amazon! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! It was hard for me to be unplugged when I went away for a couple of weeks, but after a day or two, it didny even phase me. It felt good! lol

  6. emaginette

    Well, I think we are all in agreement. You are a busy woman, that we envy because you are going on a cruise. Take lots of pics and post your favorites, please. I’ll have to live through you, cuz, there is no cruise in my future. 🙂

  7. Captain Biscuits

    Seers, In a Fix and The Ravenous Dead look like my cups of tea. I hope you enjoy them all and can’t wait to here how wonderful (or not) they all are 🙂

    Here is my weekly round up
    Lauren @ Northern Plunder

  8. Bekka

    I hope you have a fantastic time on your cruise! I’ve never been on one, but I’d love to someday.

    Can’t wait to hear what you think of Struck. It looks amazing!

  9. Cayce

    In a Fix sounds amazing. I’ve never read about a human chameleon before. I’m adding it to my tbr list.

    Enjoy your books! 🙂

  10. inlibrisveritas

    Oooh I cruise!! That sounds lovely, I really hope you enjoy it! I’ve never been on one but I would really like to I think. I’m going to check out your reviews of Lies Beneath and Abraham Lincoln, I’ve read and reviewed both so I’m curious to see what you though. Can’t wait to see what you think of Struck, I’ve been hearing good and bad things about it.

  11. Bea

    I am still so jealous of your cruise. I will miss you while you’re gone!

    I need to check out your review of Abraham Lincoln; I’m having trouble wrapping my head around the concept of him as a vampire hunter. I agree with many of the others, In A Fix, looks very interesting. I’ll wait for your review.

  12. Christy

    Sweet! I hope you enjoy the cruise. I don’t think I could do one for 10 days, I start feeling trapped. So now we know where I WOULDN’T go if zombies attacked.

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  13. Laura Ashlee

    Ooh! A cruise! I’m jealous. I can’t wait to hear what you think of A Rogue by Any Other Name. I’ve been wanting to read that one for a while. Thanks for all your lovely comments on m blog! I started following you by email today. 🙂

  14. DBookWhore

    I literally can no longer say no to Rogue.. I am folding as of today! You got some awesome reads! Enjoy your cruise!

  15. Shooting Stars Mag

    Ooh, a cruise sounds one. I don’t know what I’d do without the internet for that long, but I think it would be nice to get away for a bit, so I hope you have a blast!!

    Looks like you had a great week. I always love these wrap-ups. I’m off to check out some of the links. Thanks for sharing!


  16. Silverlight

    Congrats on your win! I have a couple of books in my haul, that are similar to yours. In a Fix looks interesting and is new2me, I’m off to GR to look it up, right now!

    Have a great week!!

  17. Debbie Haupt

    Kimba, enjoy your vacation, I like your line-up. I just reviewed In A Fix for LibraryJournal. I’m excited to see what you think. I also have Shadow of Night and have for quite a while but since I’ll be doing a Q&A w/Deborah on release day I’ll hold off

  18. GMR

    Wow…a ten day cruise?! Enjoy! ^_^ Can’t wait to read your thoughts on STRUCK as well. Looks good. Happy reading!

  19. Marlene

    I envy you your cruise. It took about three days to settle down and just read, and then, it was awesome! Now we’re talking about the trans-Atlantic cruise, just to get away. But not sure we can.
    Penguin must have released Shadows of Night to everyone post BEA!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my STS.

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  20. Sophia

    Wow, it looks like you had a fabulous week in posts and books, Kimba! 😀 I hope you enjoy your books. 🙂