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 (we modified it to include some more stuff), showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.
Apart from me being away for two nights at university visiting my friend and now working this whole weekend it doesn't feel as if I had any vacation time at all! :( I had literally no sleep, and it's been super busy even if I wasn't doing anything; so right now I'm surviving on my discounted Starbucks coffee. My job is the best! But apart from that I smell of coffee, I'm tired and I want to fall asleep and never wake up.
I made a post a few weeks ago here about being excited to read Panic by Lauren Oliver and my damned computer and kindle could not somehow download the book correctly with the whole DRM business and my non existent computer skills it was a hefty fight but I got there with the help of Rashika and I can finally say that I am reading PANIC!
Cover of the Week
At the beginning of the week I encountered a couple of pretty covers and as soon as I saw this one I literally forgot about all those. This is one of my most awaited books of the year (even though I haven't read the sequel) and the cover is gorgeous. I cannot. It's just so prettttttty. It makes me sad that the covers weren't redesigned until after Unspoken came out. I have the ugly cover for Unspoken and the pretty cover for Untold but never mind me heart wrenching tales of cover problems.
Hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.
*hides* I can see you all judging me. I promised I wouldn't go on Netgalley or Edelweiss anymore but it's not my fault okay? One of the books was a read now, I requested the other ages ago and well the one I got from Edelweiss.. is just.. the last book in a trilogy I started a while ago. HOW CAN I RESIST?
I actually won this a while ago but it finally got here this week. YAY. THANK YOU SO MUCH HODDER!
- Cover Reveal for Dead Girl Walking by Ruth Silver
Next week there will be reviews for Donners of the Dead by Karina Halle and Arclight by Josin L. McQuein and a blog tour stop for The Guestbook by Holly Martin.
We hope you all had a great week!! :)