Sunday, March 16, 2014

Sunday Post #47

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 new about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.


*sigh* It's the weekend. Thank whoever created them. We had the accountant in at work last week, closing out books for 2013. That is done and over with and we can move on to this year. But having the accountant in is always stressful - seeing the results of everyone's hard work.

So, not much reading at lunch hour this past week. And the evenings are starting to fall into some resemblance of a routine. I've been reading while on the treadmill and seem to be working different things into the schedule, with the kiddo's sports. It's....working? Well, for last week. lol.

But, other than that not much to talk about here. Quite is good. Now, on to what is happening on the blog with books!

What's Happening in Books:

Current Read:
Weather Child by Philippa Ballantine
What Kings Ate and Wizards Drank by Krista D. Ball

Flash in the Can by Danielle Ackley-McPhail (audio book)

AND have been reading as chapters come up:
Soulless by Skyla Dawn Cameron (2 chapters a week for free on her site!)

Current Podcast Book Listen:
Morevi by Tee Morris & Lisa Lee

Finished Last Weeks:
The Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty

Finished Podcast Book Listen:


Last Week on the Blog:

Cover Reveals: (click titles to go to post & learn more)

Interview with Fantasy Author Jon Sprunk on his new release, Blood and Iron.
Interview with Eliza Braun & Wellington books from The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series.

Around the Internet...


Weekly Posts:

***NEW*** Mythical Monday - Sharron Riddle talking of Maori Myths and Legends

Throwback Thursday


This Week to Come on the Blog:

Mythical Monday This week will be of Pookas. (Mon)

Book Review Evolution: ANGEL by S.A. Huchton (Wed)
Character Interview with Candace before becoming a Superhero (Wed)

Book Review Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty (Thurs)


Received Last Weeks:

Surprise! I didn't get anything. Wow. That's a surprise to me. lol.


Free Ebooks:

Free Audio Books/Stories:


Reviews to Come:

Quarter Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Half Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Full Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Double Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Captain's Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Owners Share by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Ravenwood by Nathan Lowell - a podcast reading of the book
Working for the Devil by Lilith Saintcrow
Marco and The Red Granny by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
Heaven by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
Hell by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
Earth by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
Wasteland by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
War by Mur Lafferty (in audiobook while at work)
Earth Girls Are Difficult by Frances Pauli (in audiobook while at work)
Tales of the Children by P.G. Holyfield (in audiobook while at work) An Anthology collection in the setting of Land of Caern.
The Secret World Chronicle: Invasion by Mercedes Lackey & Steve Libbey (in audiobook while at work)
The Secret World Chronicle: The Hunt by Mercedes Lackey & Steve Libbey (in audiobook while at work)
Rusted Veins by Jaye Wells
Haunted by Amanda Bonilla
Grimm Consequences by Kate SeRine
Evolution: ANGEL by S.A. Huchton
The Secret World Chronicle: World Well Lost by Mercees Lackey,Steve Libby, Cody Martin, & Dennis Lee
The Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty


  1. I haven't read any of your above-mentioned books, but that is the beauty of this meme: discovering new titles. Thanks for sharing, and I will be sure to stop back this week :)

    1. Rita_h, well, glad you stopped and to share some new books with you. :) Thank you! Hope you enjoy your visits and chats. :)

  2. Wow indeed! It's good to have those weeks because then you get a chance at breaking down the TBR mountain! I don't think I've ever had one of those. Have always gotten at least 1 book!

    Here's my STS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

    1. Jessica @ a GREAT Read. Yea, the TBR pile is just so terrifying these days. ;) Thank you!

  3. Kudos for squeezing reading in whenever and where ever you can! Sometimes that's just how you have to do it! Have a great week!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

    1. Sandy Farmer, thank you! Some days it is hard to squeeze it all in. :)

  4. The ate and drank book sounds so cool :D

  5. I am curious about Ghost Train and look forward to your review, I am glad the week fell into a routine and hope next week allows for some lunch time reading :)

    1. Kimba, I really love reading Ghost Train and the previous book. They are fun with supernatural. Thank you!

  6. Dawn's Early Light sounds good and has a nice cover too. Looks like a fun series...

    1. Hi Greg. I really enjoy Pip & Tee's writings. Their steampunk, with the newest book Dawn's Early Light, is all around great. :) Thank you!

  7. wow so many reviews to come, I'm so curious. Happy reading!

    1. Melliane, I just keep stacking them up. :) The audio listens really helped raise that list up. Thank you!

  8. So many reviews to come, I'm in awe... Only 2 for me in the near future, lol ! Have a great week ;)

    1. Red Iza, I have to say, the audio listens while at work really jumped that list up. :)

  9. I've had to learn to squeeze in reading when I can too--audio books have helped a lot with this. I didn't think I'd be able to get into them, but thankfully, I am! I still have a ton to catch up actually reading though too. The list never seems to end. Have a great week and hope you are still able to sneak in that reading whenever you can. :)

    1. Kat Morrisey, I listen to a lot of podiobooks. I had troubles with audiobooks as it doesn't seem to hold my interest. I really love the various voices and sound effects that go with it. They are amazing to listen too. Thank you! :)

  10. I suppose it does help that it's longer light in the evening, I feel I've got a bit more energy. Won't last :) You still have a lot of reviews coming up… you have been busy. Have a great week and Happy Reading!
    My Sunday post is here

    1. Peggy Farooqi, Oh yes. Longer light in evenings makes me feel I have more time to do things. :) Thank you!

  11. I'm sure that your TBR shelf is still full, Melissa! :))) Have a good week, sweetheart!

    1. Oh heavens Kara-Karina, full...*eyes shelves bulging at edges* Yep, that works. lol. Thank you!

  12. What Kings Ate and Wizards Drank sounds like a lot of fun; it's already on my to-read list. I haven't gotten much of my TBR list read this month; a project that should have been done by March 10 ended up taking until today. I can't wait to dig into my TBR books now that it's DONE!

    1. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's hoard, It really is a fun read. So much to learn too! Oh TBR shelves...mine scares me these days. :) Thank you!

  13. Blodeuedd, it really is. I love learning about the foods and drinks. It's so interesting!


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