The Sunday Post #54

May 4th, 2013 Kimberly Sunday Post 57 Comments

4th May

Sunday Post

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.

In April I only read 18 books thanks to my illness. You know you are sick when you can’t even read. If you are participating in Clean Sweep don’t forget to enter this weekend’s challenges for great prizes! You may have noticed that my GFC button has been relocated to the bottom of my blog, rumors are high that GFC is coming to an end. Please take a moment to follow me via email, Bloglovin, Facebook, Twitter or Linky..better yet stalk me on all you don’t miss a thing! Just click on a stalk me beverage:) Have a wonderful week and be sure to check out all the giveaways in my around the blogosphere section of this weeks post.

Last week on the blog we brought you
This week on the blog look for
  • Bloglovin hop and giveaway
  • Summer In Napa by Marina Adair (review)
  • Bronze Gods by A.A. Aguirre (blog tour-giveaway)
  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini (review)
  • His Yankee Bride by Rose Gordan (review)
  • Coffee Pot Reviews: Wounded Angel by Stacy Gail and Sweet Soldier by Misty Evans
Around the Blogosphere 
  • Have ya all signed up for the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge? Clean up those arcs and enter cool weekend challenges. Two lucky grand prize winners will receive a book of their choice valued at up to 15.00. Sign-Up
  • One of my favorite authors Annie Walls is doing Fan Interviews and has an awesome prize package go check it out! Fan Interview Contest for Famished Trilogy
  • Sylvia @ Darkest Sins are celebrating her 2-year blogoversary and have a delightful giveaway!
  • Danielle @TBQ’s Book Palace has a great pen-pal book club called Ink Readers a fantastic way to make new bookish friends..go, go check it out!
  • Megan @Rivernina Romantics is celebrating her 2nd blogoversary and has a giveaway for ya all!
New arrivals to the Caffeinated Cafe
For Review 
Newcomer by Robyn Carr
thanks to Harlequin MIRA
For Review Consideration

The Language Inside by Holly Thompson &
Kindness for Weakness by Shawn Goodman
thanks to Random House

The Look of Love by Belle Andre
thanks to Harlequin/Mira
Look for my tour stop(s) all summer long for the
Sullivan’s series.

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57 Responses to “The Sunday Post #54”

  1. Alicia

    I’ve seen great reviews for The Language Inside and I’m really curious to what you think, Kimberly, you always have such eloquent reviews! 🙂 Hope you’re feeling better from the illness, 18 books is honestly a lot for me, maybe I’m just a slow reader haha! Enjoy reading all these books!

  2. Emz Chang (Icy Cold Reads)

    I would sign up for the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge… but I don’t have any ARCs. 🙁 Maybe next time.

    The Language Inside looks really good (and sounds really good too)!

    Happy reading! 🙂

  3. Bea

    I got the Bella Andre book also. My review of Summer in Napa went up yesterday; I;m curious to read your thoughts.

    I hope you’re feeling better!

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  4. Sam

    Sorry to hear that you haven’t been feeling well! 18 books is still a very impressive number though. 🙂 Enjoy your new reads. x

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  5. karina

    I hope you’re feeling much much better, Kimba, and read tons of books in May! *huge hugs*

  6. Tonyalee

    Hope you’re feeling better! 18 books (sick) is better then what I read when NOT sick ! 🙂 Have a good week! Going to check out your revews

  7. Melissa

    Oh wow, you always have an amazing week. And do hope you enjoy your winnings. I remember seeing them at Gina’s blog. 🙂 Hope you have a great week.

  8. Trish Hannon

    18! You slacker, sickness is no excuse! Lol. I thought 15 for my clean sweep challenge was pretty challenging, not so much now 🙂 Nice haul.

  9. Heather

    Oh! The Language inside looks really good. And I love that cover:)

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  10. Nyx

    Very true. It’s always exciting finding new books and authors 🙂

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  11. A Voracious Reader

    I like your new Stalk Me beverages. 🙂 Last month I asked the teen who did my blog to do me up some buttons that look like my book avatar, but she hasn’t had the opportunity. 🙁

  12. Libby

    WOW!!! You read that many while you were sick! That is impressive! I am scared to see how many you read when you are well!!!!

    The newcomer looks good! I will have to check it out!

  13. Nyx

    18 is still a nice solid number of reads, specially considering you were ill. Interesting book haul. Haven’t even heard of most of them xD

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  14. Mariana_BookTravels

    I love the Sullivans and this first book was perfect!

  15. kindlemom1

    Bella Andre and Robyn Carr are both great authors, I am sure you are going to love both books! I haven’t seen the third around yet but it looks intriguing!

  16. Yvonne

    Only 18? I think that’s amazing. I hope you are feeling better now. The Robyn Carr looks so good. Have a great week!

  17. Jan

    It looks like you got some great books this week and had lots of great blog activity! I agree with Toni…only 18 books?!! You do read fast. 🙂

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  18. kimbacaffeinate

    Apparently it is, because everyone has commented on it..LOL I had viral pneumonia in April, which is why I was MIA for almost 2 weeks, but with my blog prescheduled not everyone knew about it. I am feeling stronger everyday, thanks Sam:)

  19. Lark

    Yikes! I’m glad you’re recovering. Be kind to yourself, though — it may take a while to bounce back all the way. Sending warm thoughts your way!

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  20. kimbacaffeinate

    do not be embarrassed I’ve been reading for almost forty years, its my addiction and I can read a paperback in 3 hrs. All that matters is that you enjoy contest here.

  21. Jen Ryland

    Hope you are feeling better. But 18 books is not too shabby at all. My goal is to read three per week, so that’s ….. um …. well … only 12. *slinks off in embarrassment*

    You can find me here: Jen @ YA Romantics

  22. Kristin Clifton

    Hey, new book from Robyn Carr! We’ve got a ton of those at the library 🙂 And 18 books, huh? What’s a typical month? I know you bang out romances usually in a night so it usually up in the higher 20’s or 30’s for the month? Just curious…

    Like I said, get some sunshine in ya, you’ll be stronger faster 🙂 Have a great week!!

  23. kimbacaffeinate

    typically 22-30. I read 3 hrs daily (not all in one sitting) and I can bang out a paperback in that time. I do not read a book a day, but go in spurts where I will read 3 one week and 6 the next, all depends on my mood and the type of book.

  24. Lark

    18 books is a good month for some of us! But we’re all sorry you’ve been sick, and hope you are are feeling a lot better now!

    And ooh, the new Robyn Carr! You’ll have to tell us how you like it.

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  25. kimbacaffeinate

    it is the worse Emily, when I think of getting old the only thing that frightens me is the thought of not being able to read!

  26. Turning the Pages

    I’m so glad you’re finally feeling better enough to get back reading and blogging! 18 isn’t that bad at all 🙂 I hope you enjoy all your new books!

  27. Toni

    Only 18, really? I don’t know how you read so fast! lol. Loads of giveaways going on, I see. Great haul! I look forward to your reviews in the coming week.

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  28. kimbacaffeinate

    I read 3 hrs everyday min. It isn’t necessarily in one sitting but I can read a paperback in about 3 hrs. Have a wonderful week Toni!

  29. kimbacaffeinate

    Will check out your review, despite some awkward moments, I did enjoy it and found myself craving eclairs. It was far from perfect, but I loved the grandmas and small town feel.