The Sunday Post 4.14.2013

The Sunday Post MemeThis is a fun meme started by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. As she says:

~ 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.

Here’s the awesomeness that you read, ingested, missed, hated, loved {whatever} last week:

Let’s see how I fared…

What I Posted 

  1. Last week’s The Sunday Post
  2. Review: Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
  3. Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Favorite Books I Read Before I Was a Blogger
  4. Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
  5. Review: Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
  6. Feature and Follow Friday
  7. Review: The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

New Books On Tap

Book Cover Being Henry David by Cal ArmisteadI am really trying to keep my new book numbers down, but sometimes, I just can’t resist. Someone online mentioned Being Henry David by Cal Armistead, and it sounded really good. I love YA books that have a male protagonist, and though I originally thought the author was male as well, she’s decidedly not.

My daughter @ohweewah and I are reading the second Percy Jackson novel together. It’s called The Sea of Monsters and is written by Rick Riordan. The movie comes out August 7, 2013.

I also received an eBook copy of True by Erin McCarthy. Book Cover True by Erin McCarthy

Coming Attractions

What’s on the agenda for this week?

  • Read and Review The After Girls by Leah Konen; it’s being released on Thursday
  • Read and Review Price of Justice by Alan Brenham
  • Read and Review Everbound by Brodi Ashton
  • Read and Review Variant by Robison Wells
  • Participate in the usual memes

Y’all have a great week!

12 thoughts on “The Sunday Post 4.14.2013”

    1. It has been forever since I read the first one, but I remember liking it. My daughter read it a few years ago in a school book club. This is the perfect kind of book for middle grades ages: lots of excitement, not too girly and not too macho.

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