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Sunday, February 3, 2013

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The Sunday Post ~ 12

     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. 
     It's the last Sunday of the Lunar Calendar. Should I say Happy Lunar New Year's Eve Week? Either way, I probably just did. So my fellow Asian friends (I'm not calling everyone Asian though), enjoy the last week. I'll be back next year with new year candy (kidding). ;)
     Anyhoo, it's Homecoming Week (boo? I'm not a fan of parties or dances, lol) and I'm not one of those peeps who are crazy excited for it. Nope, count me out. Otherwise, it's been a tired week. *yawn*
     I'm complaining about connection again. Is it just me, or does it only work on weekends? Bleh.
     Random Update on the Blog: Review Archives have been updated to include the books reviewed in January :)

Last Week:
Coming Soon:
  • Cover Reveal: Volition by Lee Strauss
  • Blog Tour: The Legacy of the Key - Excerpt + Giveaway
  • Teaser Tuesday
  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • Booking Through Thursday
  • Review: Telling Christina Goodbye by Lurlene McDaniel
  • Review: Ashes to Ashes & Cinder to Cinder by Cameron Jace
Book Haul:
For Review
The Eslites by CM Doporto
Sent from the Author

Living in the Dark by Rebekah Campbell
from Rinn @ Rinn Reads

How to Survive High School: The Girl's Guide to Making A's, Decoding Guys & Living Life by Courtney S. King
from Tiana @ Ethereal Book Reviews


~Happy Sunday!


Sophia is the owner and founder of Bookwyrming Thoughts, but also found on various parts of the internet. She's a 19-year-old communications major who has weird humor and doesn't fit the Asian stereotype (maybe a little). Books, chocolate, technology, and music are among some of her favorite things. For more of her work, visit her personal website.