The Sunday Post: Nov. 4 BPR Highlights

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news, showcase books, and recap the past week.

Oct. 28 to Nov. 3

  • Top 10 Scariest Disney Moments in Film
  • ARC REVIEW: The Brilliant Death by Amy Rose Capetta
  • “Guile” by Constance Cooper > There’s Something in the Water
  • Happy Halloween!: Celebration Post
  • Hocus Pocus & the All New Sequel by AW Jantha
  • October Wrap-Up & November TBR
  • Read & Chill-A-Thon TBR
  • November #BookBattle: What’s Your Most Anticipated Read of the Month?
  • First Impression Friday: “Rule” by Ellen Goodlett
  • Discussion Post: What makes you buy multiple copies of the same book?

Old and New Posts that We Want to Highlight 💥

Is the Cruel Prince Worth the Hype from Kaya @ A Fictional Bookworm. Uh, this was a while ago but when you’re on the blog hop game, take advantage of it. I loooove quests into whether hype surrounding a product matches up to the quality.

The Reader’s Curse — Reading Slumps from Jade @ Jade Writes Books. I think we all need some (several. many. multitudes of) tips to get us through the inevitable reading slump.

All You Need to Know to Start Using Edelweiss from Inside My Library Mind. I was looking for (and found!) a detailed guide on working Edelweiss after joining last month. The site feel necessarily confusion but IMLM clears it up with her guide, complete with pictures.

Blogging Tips for Book Bloggers from Rae @ Thrify Bibliophile. Not only does this list include everything a book blogger could need in terms of tips but it’s an ensemble of suggestions from various bloggers who responded to Rae’s Twitter call-out. The post is super well-formatted and highlights the best side of the book community — we’re all here to help each other out!!

Nov. 4 to Nov. 10

  • Rule by Ellen Goodlett
  • Seafire by Natalie C. Parker
  • ARC REVIEW: A to Z Feminism by Gayle E. Pitman

Seafire (Seafire, #1)Rule (Rule, #1)Feminism from A to Z


  • Sha received an ARC of To Best the Boys by Mary Weber through NetGalley courtesy of Thomas Nelson. Release Date: March 5, 2019. Why are we excited? A dystopian tale where women are trained as housewives and our female protag fights back by entering a male-only labyrinth trial that tests wits as well as brawn.
  • Sha received an ARC of Romanov by Nadine Brandes through NetGalley courtesy of Thomas Nelson. Release Date: May 7, 2019.  Why are we excited? A magical retelling of the life of Anastasia Romanov, one of Mandy and Sha’s favourite historical tales.

To Best the BoysRomanov


Mandy and Sha are participating in Rebecca @ Bookishly Rebecca’s and Malanie @ Malanie Loves Fiction’s “Read and Chill-A-Thon” this November. Check out the prompts and rules for participation here!

How has your week been in books, life, and more? 


13 thoughts on “The Sunday Post: Nov. 4 BPR Highlights

    1. It was a good post!! I’m dying to start Romanov but I killed my eyes with too much ebook reading and now I’m just trying to take a break (obviously by reading physical books nonstop instead) so I can jump in soon. The plot sounds soo good.

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    1. Haha, I kept confusing Seafire with Sea Witch for the longest time. I should have a review coming out for Sea Witch soon, so, hmm. Hopefully our confusion will end soon! Have a great week too! Thanks for commenting 🙂


  1. To Best The Boys sounds like an intriguing read! I am all for dystopian books with female protagonists, would definitely check this out.

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