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.
Not too much this week. It’s been crazy hot which kind of suck but kind of nice because we haven’t been having this summer weather at all for most of July and August. It’s almost back-to-school which means the Uni Bookstore is starting to get busy! I love working at the Bookstore for the back-to-school rush, though I hate how expensive textbooks are haha. Have a lovely week everyone!
✖ Teaser Tuesday: !?!? What ever I happen to read!
✖ Waiting on Wednesday: It’s a surprise!
✖ ARC review of A Rake’s Midnight Kiss by Anna Campbell
✖ ARC review of I Dream of Johnny by Juliet Madison
✖ I don’t know why I bother with this because I swear I only follow through with about half of this.
The READS & Announcements
1. When The World Was Flat by Ingrid Jonach (finished Aug 19th)
2. A Rake’s Midnight Kiss by Anna Campbell (Aug 21st)
3. Heartless (Parasol Protectorate #4) by Gail Carriger (half way through and still hilarious)
4. Nearly a Lady by Alissa Johnson
Finished up the Beat the Heat Readathon last week! See how I did and share how you did!
Updates to ARC August
Stacking the Shelves post! Hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, Stacking the Shelves is a chance to showcase new books, ones checked out from the library, bought, won or received for review.
Not too much this week, which is nice because I definitely need to catch up on my TBR list (Click the title to get to Goodreads)
(01) My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
So My Life Next Door finally came in from the library! I’m excited to read this as many people have been recommending it to me and it fits right it with my YA contemporary binge that I’ve been having. The cover is so cute!
a bum a student again. A master’s student…oooh. procrastinator. reader. eater. sleeper. music listen-er. movie go-er. Loves food too much.