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Sunday, November 25, 2012

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The Sunday Post ~ 2

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. 
So, everyone, how was your Thanksgiving??? I hope it was great! And if you're not celebrating it like me, enjoy your break, because for me, there's heaps and bundles of nightmares (okay, not a lot. But you might get what I mean when I mention every High School/College Person's Worst Nightmare: umph, umph, umph. Meaning: won't say it. I'm pretty sure it's obvious so... yea... no tomatoes thrown), hot cocoa, snowflakes (assuming we get snow. Please, Mother Nature? You took our snow away last year. Dx), and of course, holiday cheer. That's only a handful of what's happening. And some of those will be interrupting daily memes. I think there's only 1 though. That's a good thing, lol. But only time will fully tell when it'll be interrupting memes. I'll keep you guys posted on Sundays. (None this week though. Yay.)
Keeping It Balanced

Due to what's coming up in December (according to my very own handy-dandy mental calendar of events up in my brain), I'm closing Review Requests until it's over. The ones I got before November 23 are already replied to and would likely keep my energizer-bunny-book-battery pretty full throughout December. Add that to Book Club book and English Reading. My current pile of books is probably about to tip the scales a bit, and I'm going to try to keep it balanced (I may be able to read multiple books but there's only so much a multi-tasker can do before reaching the limit of capacity.) as well as going with the flow of life. I can still do blog tours, cover reveals, excerpts, etc throughout December (Review Policy still applies).
With that, I continue on with my usual Sunday Post.

Last Week:

Coming Soon:
  • Teaser Tuesday
  • Waiting on Wenesday
  • Booking Through Thursday

Book Haul:
For Review

Oath of Servitude by C.E. Wilson
Sent from Author

Marking Time by April White
Sent from Author 

Guardians of the Grimoire by Natasha Slight
Sent from Author


What's new for you?

~Happy Sunday!


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  1. Good luck with school ..i have a daughter in college so i know what you are facing the next few weeks. Nice haul and I am curious about the Guardians of Grimoire. Thanks for sharing your news on The Sunday Post

  2. You sound like a very busy bee! But I am sure you'll get through it just fine!! Your book haul looks very interesting! I'll be looking forward to their reviews :) December will be my less busy month as I will be finished with my internship and hence have more time to focus on book blogging! So I'll also stop by here and keep you motivated, hihi :)

    See you around!


    1. Hiya! Thanks for keeping me motivated in my buzzing life of busy. :) I think I'm probably gonna have all 3 books accidentally pile up with my other books as well eventually, but I'm pretty sure I'll get to them when I can (aka New Years). :D Thanks for stopping by and commenting! :)

  3. You certainly have a busy week ahead. Good luck with school. Happy reading... Enjoy your haul.

    Jenea @ Books Live Forever's The Sunday Post

  4. Looks like you've had a great week. I'm not familiar with the books you got this week, but I hope you enjoy them. Happy reading!

    Check out my IMM & SP.

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We know

  5. What a lovely recap for the week! So many great books there. Happy Reading!!! My Sunday Edition @ Paulette’s Papers