Sunday, July 19, 2015

Sunday Post #92

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.


Another week has gone by. And it's all busy, busy, busy. It's been crazy with allergies once again as well. Last weekend I slept most of it to get through. This weekend, well, it's unbelievably hot and muggy here. The weather is terrible. So don't go outside! Sounds like a plan to me. I've some family stuff to do but once I'm home, I'm home.


The Fit Booker:

Goal:  Workout in any form of exercise (or on Wii Fit) 2x's a week. (to feel better and hope to drop a few pants sizes)

How did I do last week... I did walk/jog on the tread mill for 42 minutes and did about 2.6 miles. And I cut grass for 1 1/2 hours as well.

It seems I will be starting over with episode one on Zombie Run. *sigh* Dummy me never signed into and created an accout with the app and my phone went on the blink so I got a new one. I lost all the work of the three episodes I did, yes a whole wopping three lol.

Well, at least I know what to do with it now. ;)

Episode 1: Made it to Abel Township.
I'm on a mission, but my helicopter is shot down by a rocket! Who has a rocket launcher!?! Who would be shooting me down? But I out run the zombies and collect items, along with a valuable box of research, for Abel Township.

I like this app as it's one I can use outside or on the treadmill. You can use a gps or set your stride length for it to track your steps and determine how far you have gone. I, of course, use the stride length as I'm on a treadmill. You can also set it to Abel Townships musis, which comes later, or to use your music tracks or Spotify for music when they are not talking to you. I use Spotify.

You can set whether you'd like zombie chases or not. If you do, you have to out run the zombies that you hear near you. If you don't out run them, you lose items you have picked up along the way (like bottles of water, clothing, and other items). I don't do this as I barely shamble along on the treadmill myself. There is no way I could out run zombies, at this point.

What's Happening in Books:

Current Read:
The Casebook of Esho St. Claire by Scott Roche
And Content Editing Work

Current Audiobook:
Nothing new at the moment, I finished several over the week!

Current Podcast Book Listen:
None, now back to Audio books

Finished Last Week: 

Audiobooks from Audible:
Hathor Legacy: Outcast by Deborah A. Bailey
Bound by Duty by Stormy Smith
Shadow Wars: Homebound by Ursula Sinclair
One Day in New York by J.F. Penn

Finished Podcast Book Listen:


Last Week on the Blog:

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

Birthright Release and Giveaway

Around the Internet...


Podcast Review:
The Mummy of Barnsley

Mama Bitchstress Reviews:



This Week to Come on the Blog:

I have my 3 reviews scheduled for next week. Woot woot! Can't wait to share these!

They are:
   Hathor Legacy: Outcast
   Bound by Duty
   Dirty Magick: New Orleans


Received Last Weeks:

Review & Review Consideration:

Audio Books Requested for Review:



Free Ebooks:

(On my Kindle App) Links to books under title. They may or may not be free at this time.
Beyond the Veil by Pippa DaCosta
Goodreads Synopsis:
“They say I’m half a demon, but I like to think of myself as half human, especially as the demons want me dead.”

Charlie Henderson is living a lie. Her real name is Muse and her attempt at a normal life is about to go up in smoke. 

When a half-demon assassin walks into her life, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake, Muse must return to the one man she hoped never to see again and ask for help. The Prince of Greed isn’t known for his charity. The price is high and the cost could tear her apart.

Trapped between the malevolent intentions of a Prince of Hell, an assassin with ulterior motives and her bloodthirsty demon-kin, Muse must embrace the lure of chaos at her core; the demon inside her, in order to survive.

If your ex is the Prince of Greed, you’d better be ready to raise hell.

V & A Shipping by J.R. Murdock
Goodreads Synopsis:
Joey had no idea what he wanted to do after high school, but he was certain it didn’t involve going into space. It also didn’t include being thrust thousands of years into the future. When he finds himself aboard a spaceship, the S.S. Acid Rat, he’s certain he must be dreaming. 
Vic and June, both also from Earth’s now distant past, assure Joey that he’s not in a dream. He is aboard a shipping vessel that is making a ‘routine’ delivery. For Vic that means being pursued by the local authorities during his planet to planet run. 
There is only little time for Joey to meet the rest of the crew before they’re making the delivery. Once it’s complete, Vic accepts a wager to within twenty-four standard hours with a shipment of beer for the celebration. 
Then things start to get interesting for Joey and the crew of the S.S. Acid Rat. 
The authorities continue their pursuit, one of the crew tries to sabotage the mission, and a blockade impedes their return. Everyone must pull their weight, even the newest shipmate, Joey, who is still trying to deal with his situation. If they don’t make it back in time, they won’t get paid. 

Lurking in the Deep edited by Jaidis Shaw
Goodreads Synopsis:
Does the water beckon you? Your love, or fears, may become greater in this chilling anthology. From ordinary sea life to creatures of myth, our stories will make you think twice about the shadowy waters that beckon below. Follow our authors into the depths … if you dare.

Works include:

Bloodslick by Timothy Black
Crescent’s Creature by K.C. Finn
Wrath by Liz Butcher
A Senseless Eating Machine by Jef Rouner
The Water’s Edge by Jacqueline E. Smith
The Reluctant Seamstress by Jaidis Shaw
Ribbons & Bones by Kelly Matsuura
Widow’s Cut by Andrea L. Staum
Rhine Maiden by Isabelle Poldervaart
The Broken Seashell by E.M. MacCallum
Lauren by Terry Alexander
Tide Flats by Shelly Schulz
Song of the Ocean by Scott A. Butler
Enticing Waters by Gina A. Watson
Tubular Hells by Beth W. Patterson
Dark Waters by Michael Cross & Emma Michaels

Blame the Bearer by Frances Pauli
Goodreads Synopsis:
Vane has never turned away from an opportunity to seize power. He's spent his life manipulating others for his own gain. So when an ancient castle presents him with a magic ring and a legendary promise, he knows exactly what to do. Use the ring, find the Heir...and betray them at the first opportunity. Lidya is the middle child, neither lovely as her sister not physically able as her brother. She's lived in their shadows all her life and been happy enough there. But when a man called Vane shows up with a magic ring and an insane tale, Lidya's life changes. Before anyone can stop it, she's trapped in a contest that will drag them all on a quest, put one of them on an ancient throne, and could easily cost all of them their lives.

The Orb of Wrath by Nic Weissman
Goodreads Synopsis:
The Orb of Wrath combines fantasy, intrigue and adventure, while transports the reader into a world where almost nothing is what it seems. Plots, counterplots, mysteries, blossoming relationships, disappointments, betrayals, dangers and successes, are combined in this fun cocktail.
Erion is a skilled looter who runs the kingdom of Bor with his "brother" Mithir, performing dangerous commissions for wealthy clients. Mithir helps with his long trained magical abilities. One day, when they are doing one of their assignments, they encounter another group of adventurers, with whom they are forced to cooperate.
The plot runs in the World of Oris which consists of 12 kingdoms and includes elves clans, dangerous monsters, dwarf kings, rich desert emirs, strange beasts, hospital halflings, ferocious orcs, ingenious gnomes, powerful wizards, brave knights, merchants, terrible vampires, etc. Recommended for the permanent library of all fantasy readers.
Do you dare to accompany Erion and his friends in their adventures?

(On my Nook)

Free Audio Books/Stories:

Reviews to Come:

Soulless by Skyla Dawn Cameron
The Sentinel by Chris Lester
The Muse by Chris Lester
Metamor City: Making the Cut by Chris Lester
Metamor City: Whispers in the Wood by Chris Lester
Danube Waves by Katharina Bordet
Age of Myth by Michael J. Sullivan
Heartstealer by K.T. Bryski
Lex Talionis by Starla Huchton
7th Son: 7 Days anthology by J.C. Hutchins
House of Grey 6 by Collin Earl
The Secret World Chronicle: World Divided by Mercedes Lackey, Cody Martin, Dennis Lee, Veronica Giguere
The Secret World Chronicle: Waiting On by Mercedes Lackey, Cody Martin, Dennis Lee, Veronica Giguere
The Secret World Chronicle: Revolutions by Mercedes Lackey, Cody Martin, Dennis Lee, Veronica Giguere
Heir to Kale by K.L. Bone
Tales from the Archives Vol. 4: #3 The Black Empress
Into Thin Air by Val Griswold-Ford
The Hidden Institute by Brand Gamblin
Dirty Magic: New Orleans edited by Charlie Brown
Invito Rex by Brand Gamblin
Hathor Legacy: Outcast by Deborah A. Bailey
Bound by Duty by Stormy Smith
Shadow Wars: Homebound by Ursula Sinclair
One Day in New York by J.F. Penn


  1. So many great books. I'm going to check out Lurking In The Deep. Sounds like my kind of stories:) It's been around 100 here and so sticky. I work outside so when I get home it's straight to the pool. I miss mu little outdoor office but just too steamy.

    Here's my Sunday Post -

    1. Laura Thomas, I hope you like what you find in Lurking In The Deep. It really sounds like a great read. :) Oh I wish on days like we've been having that we had a pool. lol. Lucky you!

  2. So many bloggers having trouble with allergies and humidity. :( Good luck with your Mummy episodes, hopefully you don't lose any more.

    1. Bea, I think that's why we are all on the computers, can't be outside with the allergies. ;D Lol. Thank you!

  3. Replies
    1. Blodeuedd, I've been enjoying the banter as it breaks up the running process and distracts me a bit. :)

  4. I love Zombie Run, their walking app called boringly The Walk is also brilliant!

    Heather @ Random Redheaded Ramblings

    1. Oh Heather Duff, I'll have to look into that one for walking too! Thank you for the tip!

  5. Hope you enjoy Esho's escapades!

    1. I really did, Scott. Life's been fast so I've been short on reading time, but really enjoyed Esho and his world. :)

  6. happy reading lady! I hope you'll enjoy them all

  7. I know it's wrong, but I love blackmail stories when they are romantic.

  8. That zombie run thing sounds really good! I don't have smart phones and apps so I couldn't do it but it sounds like a fun game for those who do.

    1. Oh, sorry to hear chucklesthescot. It's a neat app to help break up the jogging time. :)


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