Sunday Post 4th 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.

Last week:

Coming this week:

  • Remembering a Time Before E-books by M.H. Bonham (Guest Post)
  • Frozen by Mary Cassanova (Review)
  • Kimberly J. Dalferes (Author Interview)
  • Fire on the Island by J.K. Hogan (Review)
  • Shauna Robers (Author Interview)
  • Circle of Light by Jennifer Delucy (Cover Reveal)
  • This Dark Earth by John Hornor Jacobs (Review)
  • John Hornor Jacobs (Author Interview)
  • Gean Penny (Author Interview)
  • Flight (Giveaway & Promo!)
  • Ten Thousand (Author Interview)
  • Why I Write Women by J.L. Hohler (Guest Post)
  • He Said / She Said – Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
  • Darlene Jones (Guest Post)
  • The Fall by David Dawson (Promo)
  • and finally… Bout of Books Challenge!

Books I received or purchased:

  • This Dark Earth by John Hornor Jacobs (Courtesy of John Hornor Jacobs for Review)
  • Carnival of Souls (Courtesy of Southern Book Bloggers for Review)
  • Parasol Protectorate Volume #1 (Bought)
  • The Time Keeper (Courtesy of Hyperion for Review)
  • The Learning Brain (Courtesy of Oxford University for Review)
  • The Wicked Wives by Gus Pelagatti (Courtesy of Gus Pelagatti for Review)

Join in on the August fun!

Read a Longs:

  1. August 10–Part One discussion post (hosted by Kai at Fiction State of Mind)

August Weekly Page Count:

Page Count Contest

Another excuse to read!

And another! I get to do a mini challenge in this one too! YAY! ❤
Bout of Books Read-a-Thon

Get those Net Galley’s cleaned out!

Whew! And I think that’s it. Not counting all the normal reading, reviewing and blogging we all do!

What does your August entail?


  1. OMG, how do you keep up with all these?? My head is spinning just looking at your list!

    Btw, am nearly halfway through The Chosen by Denise Grover Swank and can barely put it down though sadly I have to since I’ve to work (right now!)

    1. HAHAH! It’s fun but since I’m helping Pandora for the Orangeberry Summer Splash half of the work is from the authors that are contributing. Great way to meet awesome people though! So, next month it’ll be more relaxed. Ish!

      I can not wait to read that book!!! I’ll have to get it soon!

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