Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Sunday Post #67 (4.12.15)

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. I'm also going to link this up with Sheila's It's Monday post over at Book Journey. 
 

This past week was a week filled with family visits. Lunch with my goddaughter and youngest sister on her birthday on Monday, a trip to the Camden Aquarium on Thursday with my mom and my middle sister's kids (mom was watching her kids), and a birthday for my goddaughter on Saturday. I love all these visits with my nieces and nephews. We Skype a lot, but nothing beats visits in person! 

Have a great week everyone!!!
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Last week on the Blog:                            

* Review: Mrs. Grant & Madame Jule by Jennifer Chiaverini
* Book Spotlights: The She Reads 'Books of Spring' Selections
* Review: Searching for Grace Kelly by Michael Callahan  
* #FitReaders: Weekly Check-in April 10
   
Books Read:                
* An Island Christmas by Nancy Thayer (library audio book)      
* Last Night at the Blue Angel by Rebecca Rotert (review book/audio book)  
 
Currently Reading:            
* A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley (review book)      

* Cross Bones by Kathy Reichs (library audio book)
* The Bookseller by Cynthia Swanson (review book/audio book)      
* Legacy: An Anthology (review e-book)

Books Up Next:                         

* Natchez Burning by Greg Isles (mine)  
*At the Corner of King Street by Mary Ellen Taylor (review book)    

Coming Up on the Blog:
* Review: The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene

* Blog Tour & Review: Last Night at the Blue Angel by Rebecca Rotert 
* Review: The Burning by Jane Casey
* Review: Perfect Fling by Carly Phillips

 
Book Haul:      
For Review:
* Dear Carolina by Kristy Woodson Harvey (Netgalley courtesy of author)

* It's You by Jane Porter (Netgalley courtesy of author)
* At the Corner of King Street by Mary Ellen Taylor (courtesy of publicist)  
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7 comments

  1. Oh, I am eager to read Jane Porter's It's You...thanks for sharing and enjoy.

    I loved The Bookseller...hope you do,too. Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

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  2. I need to start reading Natchez Burning also, since the second part is coming out this month. The size of it is intimidating me, but I've heard good things about it so I must dive in!

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  3. Wait are you in Jersey? I knew this about you right? I was born, raised and married in Haddon Heights NJ.

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  4. I'm a little behind in Kathy Reichs' books but have struggled a bit with her more recent novels. Keen to hear what you think of Jane Casey's The Burning!

    Deb

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  5. You had a fun and busy week with the family. It is nice that you get to spend time together. I'm also reading Desperate Fortune, how do you like it so far? It started off slow but I am liking it now. Have a great week!

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  6. The Kearsley book has been getting good reviews, I hope you like it.

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  7. Looking forward to your thoughts on The Night at the Blue Angel. Skype is wonderful, but I agree, in person is the best.

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