The Sunday Post: Nov. 11 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.

Nov. 4 to Nov. 10

  • “Rule” by Ellen Goodlett > A Spoiler Rant Review
  • ARC Review: “Feminism from A to Z” by Gayle E. Pitman
  • Book Characters We Would Elect as President
  • Top 5 Tuesday: Books I Almost DNF’d (But Now Love?)
  • Why Readers (and Bloggers) Are Disney Princesses
  • Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Disasters
  • Review: “Seafire” by Natalie C. Parker
  • How to Look Like a Disney Princess (+ some Product Reviews)
  • #POLL: Would You Rather 7 Minutes of Free Shopping in a Bookstore, Or…
  • Library Lover’s Book Tag

Our Favourite Post of the Week: Why Readers (and Bloggers) and Disney Princesses

Old and New Posts that We Want to Highlight 💥

Reading through the Ages: YA Book Recommendations for Teens of Any Age! from Vicky @ Vicky Who Reads. A crraazyy comprehensive list full of books recommendations for ages 12 to 17.

Tips and Tricks for Attending YALLFest from A Court of Coffee and Books. YALLFest may be over now, but most of these tips apply to book cons in general. They were a major help for Mandy in her planning! Also, if you’re thinking about heading to YALL next year … well, it’s never too early to start strategizing! (Well, okay, this is maybe a bit early, haha.)

Nov. 11 to Nov. 17

  • ARC REVIEW: How to Fracture a Fairytale
  • Not Even Bones
  • Dreaming Dangerous

How to Fracture a Fairy TaleNot Even Bones (Market of Monsters, #1)Dreaming Dangerous


  • We got none of the beautiful book mail but expect a recap of allll the exciting ARCs Mandy picked up at YALLFest coming soon!


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? 


6 thoughts on “The Sunday Post: Nov. 11 BPR Highlights

  1. I was making myself sad by checking out the #YallFest2018 posts on Instagram. There were some really great ARCs dropped. I hope you got all the ones you wanted, and had a fabulous time in SC.

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  2. Ahhhh thank you so much for linking up my recommendation post! I’m so glad you enjoyed and thought it covered a lot of bases–definitely hope it ends up being a good resource for people to use!

    And oooh, YALLFEST haul! I can’t wait to see that–I’ve been seeing the photos and WOW SO COOL LOOK AT ALL THE BOOKS!!!

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    1. Thank you for putting it together!! Your list is crazyyyyyy comprehensive and well done. All the gold stars! People should definitely use it for reference.

      YES SO MANY BOOKS. YALL was crazy this year, wishing I could have gone too & my co-blogger Mandy was sure to take a lot of pics. 😍

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    1. Thanks, and you’re welcome! Your post helped a lot with YALL prep (Mandy was literally redoing half her schedules after reading it, haha). And all credit for The Sunday Post goes to TheCaffeinatedReader, I just added some of my own features. 🙂


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