Sunday Post #2

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.

Last week on the blog

I've had a very busy week so I didn't have much time to post and write reviews. I'm really sorry, but I promise there will be plenty next week!

  • Review: Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot
  • Review Breathe (Breathe, #1) by Sarah Crossan
  • Promo: I Choose You by Bethany Lopez with a giveaway!
  • Promo: I Am Alive by Cameron Jace with a giveaway!
  • Cover Reveal: Raksha by Frankie Rose
  • Waiting on Wednesday: The Program (The Program, #1) by Suzanne Young
  • The Year in Review + Giveaway! There's still time to enter to win one of my favourite reads!

    Book Haul

    I haven't gotten much in the past week, only 2 books, but I'm glad. I decided to cut on review books, I really don't have time to read them all. xD
    As I'm not home, I can't take a picture of the books even if they're both print copies.

  • Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot ~ I recieved this book for review from the author. Thanks Anne!
  • Before Midnight by Cameron Dokey ~ This one was a surprise actually, it came from Fishpond, so thanks to whoever sent me this! As I already own this book and this is my second copy, I will probably do a giveaway soon.

    Well, that's it for this week. What did you get? Leave me a link and I'll stop by.

    About Anatea Oroz

    Hi. I'm Anatea, a 23-year-old Croatian girl, living in Germany. I enjoy reading books, traveling, fashion and photography. Let me show you my world.
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    3 komentari:

    1. I am very curious about Before Midnight..cannot wait for your review. Have a delightful week! The Sunday Post

    2. I am seeing Unmaking Hunter Kennedy everywhere the past couple of days! It looks so good and I'm really wanting to read it :)

      Jesse @ Pretty In Fiction