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Sunday, May 25, 2014

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The Sunday Post ~ 56: Balls, Draws, & The Last Sophomore

The Sunday Post
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.
The taste is horrendous in my opinion.
Happy Last Week of School! My friend Maddison @ The Madd Reads Books has officially joined the book blogging world - NOT the real life one - through the tumbling tumbles of Tumblr. ^_^

Speaking of newish blogs, I was helping Lupe coming up with a blog name. Then Kahlan combined two of my ideas. Never ask me to come up with names on the spot. I'm terrible at it. Unless I have inspiration. Then I might be bouncing all over the place. "Ooo, this one! No, this one! Wait... this one's better!" It's bound to be a disaster. Really, it was. Actually, in this case it wasn't. Facebook tends to prevent disaster from happening, despite the fact it's making you pay for page promotion (pfft!).

I got a ball from the county library. It's probably a complete insult to teenagers since it's called a "color- changing stress ball." Basically it's saying, "Hey, kid, we think you have a lot of stress. Here's a ball. Catch." Kahlan told me to squeeze the ball until it explodes and demand another one.

I suppose stress is true. If you're about to start Finals. Pooh. Apparently that also means my inbox will pile up over the entire summer since I won't be able to go to the library often... -_-

How are you guys this week? Anything interesting I should be aware of? ANYTHING?!?!?!? And please, don't mention Finals. Unless you're taking it yourself as well. Hopefully the odds will be ever in your favor.

Last Week

The Week of Slack

  • Blog Tour: Below the Surface - Playlist, Guest Post + Giveaway
  • Review: Moonless by Crystal Collier
  • Review: The Secret Diamond Sisters by Michelle Madow
  • 5 Softwares I Use to Organize My Blogging Life, Or Maybe Just Life
    • Really. I sort of reveal my secrets. SORT OF.

The Divergent Diverse Haul of Fame

See what I did there?
  • County Library
    • Color-Changing Stress Ball
    • Free Fries Coupon from Penn Station
For Review
  • Falls the Shadow by Stefanie Gaither (via Edelweiss - thanks Simon & Schuster! I'm sorry if I spelled that wrong, but I'm pretty sure I didn't)
    • I'm navigating my way slowly...
  • Faded Trilogy by Chloe Miles
    • Faded
    • See No Evil
    • Ever After
  • The Bloom Trilogy by A.P. Kensey (99 cents when I bought it!)
  • The Enemy by Charlie Higson
  • A Fairy's Guide to Disaster by A.W. Hartoin
    • Methinks this is a very interesting title. I like.
  • The Earth Painter by Melissa Turner Lee
  • A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
  • Allegiance by Lacy Yager
  • Children of the After: The Complete Series by Jeremy Lazlo
    • It said "for one low price." The low price? $0. I quote someone on Twitter: It doesn't get any lower than that.
  • For Astronomy Final/Project
    • Young Artists Draw Manga by Christopher Hart
    • Chibi and Furry Creatures by Christopher Hart (More drawing)
  • Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
    • I have fears for this book. Thanks Lupe. And the library. How can you have the others in a series but not the first?! (Strange Angels)
    • Well, Lupe's a bit right. I pretty much DNFed the book within an hour - I tend to read faster now - because it was boring. She didn't have any influence (aside from warning me). I have my own reasons why.

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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.