The Sunday Post #4

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The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by The Caffinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to recap the week, and also to look forward to the next week. Basically, updates! (Due to posting schedules, my Sunday Post will be posted every 3 weeks!)

Recent News:

Aside from trying to catch up on my ARCs, I also snagged Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates from my school library.

Due to my eyes hurting while reading The Mercy of the Tide (one of my ARCs), I contacted the publisher and they agreed to send me a physical copy. Can’t wait to start this mystery that features a deaf young girl!

I also decided to ban myself from the library and start reading from my OWN library. I have so many of my own books that I need to read. Realizing that, I also realized that I had quite a few books that I had no desire to read. With that, I made the Book Exchange? post, advertising a handful of books that I’d be interested in exchanging for other books on my Goodreads shelves. I also posted on #BooksForTrade on Twitter!

Recent Reviews:

(11/19) And the Trees Crept In – Dawn Kurtagich – Rated: ★★★☆☆

(11/25) The Girl from Everywhere – Heidi Heilig – Rated: ★★★☆☆

(12/01) We Are the Ants – Shaun David Hutchinson – Rated: ★★☆☆☆

Misc. Posts:

(11/16) Critsizing and Critiquing a Book Does NOT Equal Disliking

(11/17) Diversity Spotlight #6

(11/22) Book Exchange?

(11/24) Diversity Spotlight #7

(11/28) Books That Were Disappointingly Disappointing


Upcoming Reviews:

(12/07) Thanks a Lot, John LeClair – Johanna Parkhurst

(12/10) Wink Poppy Midnight – April Genevieve Tucholke

(12/16) You Know Me Well – Nina LaCour & David Leviathan

(12/19) Pet Sematary – Stephen King

(12/22) Anna Dressed in Blood – Kendare Blake

Upcoming Misc. Posts:

(12/08) Diversity Spotlight #8

(12/13) How Formatting Can Make or Break YOUR Book

(12/15) Diversity Spotlight #9

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4 thoughts on “The Sunday Post #4

  1. I’ve been curious about And The Trees crept In, so it was nice to see a review. I’ll go in with lower expectations if I do read it. Thanx!

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