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.
BLOG POSTS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED
Nov. 18 to Nov. 24
- Read & Chill-A-Thon PROMPT #3: A New to You Author (+ Mandy Rants)
- YallFest 2018 Recap Pt. 1
- The Storm Runner/Lair of Dreams Review
- Top Five Tuesday: Books that Drained My Emotions
- Moana Book Tag
- YALLFest 2018 Recap Pt. 2
- Fall Time, Cozy Time Book Tag
- Prove it or Lose it: Remembering Old (Old!) Reads
- First Impression Friday: “My Unfair Godmother” by Janette Rallison
- MINI REVIEWS: Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand & A Thousand Beginnings and Endings
- YALLFest 2018 Book Haul!
Our Favourite Post of the Week: All the YALLFest 2018 Recap + Haul posts
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Old and New Posts that We Want to Highlight 💥
We are failing at the blog hop. Please share favourites in the comments to set us right!
Nov. 25 to Dec. 1
- ARC REVIEW: Love a la Mode
- Project 17
- Sha received an ARC of The Dead Queens Club by Hannah Capin through NetGalley courtesy of Harlequin Teen. Release Date: January 29 2019. Why are we excited? Think modern day Henry VIII (you know, the dude who kept killing his wives??) as golden boy Henry’s exes somehow end up dead and his new girlfriend, Cleves, is determined to find out what is going on.
- Sha received an ARC of How to Experience Death for Beginners by Jessica Branton through Edelweiss courtesy of Charlie’s Port. Release Date: February 14 2019. Why are we excited? It’ll almost be valentine’s day and this book is almost about a serial killer and the clairvoyant who just might be able to stop him and the enigmatic newcomer who might steal her heart. Since my fave romance is the deadly kind, you can bet this is how I’ll be spending my V-Day.
- Mandy received an ARC of Pulp by Robin Talley through NetGalley courtesy of Harlequin Teen. Release Date: November 13 2019. This request was granted the day before, so Mandy is still reading, but a review is coming soon! Why are we excited? Ever since I saw the little few sentence summary of this book, I’ve been excited. They kind of won me over at 1950s lesbian pulp fiction? It sounds like such a promising coming of age story, and I’m all about stories within stories and tracking authors down.
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?