The Sunday Post

I have been searching the book blog-o-sphere for new memes and prompts that I can incorporate into a weekly lineup to just make blogging at little more interesting.  And I have learned that if you ask The Google Machine anything, anything at all, you will receive.

0abf9b9e-b7ac-4d59-b451-7eb7c64ea1b9_zps47hi5hueSo, when I asked for “book blogging memes for Sundays” I was handsomely rewarded with discovering The Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  This is such a wonderful meme because I have been searching fora way / excuse to be more personal in my blogging journey, to be more interactive with the people that read my words and opinions, and in turn discover more amazing people in the book universe.

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer, and it is a chance to share: news.  This is a post to recap the past week, showcase books and things you may have received, and maybe talk about what is coming up for the week on your blog.  (To be honest, I don’t even know what I have planned for the coming week so sharing that info with you seems a little…premature.)

Anyways, enough jibber jabber and let’s get to it!

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Scythe

Neal Shusterman

Published November 22,2016

Arc of the Scythe #1

scytheScythe was one of the books that I had added to my Goodreads “to read” shelf, solely based on the striking cover.  (surprise, surprise I know)  It draws me in; I am entranced by the colors.  I didn’t even know what it was about really, when I ventured into Barnes & Noble on Black Friday last year.  My parents were with me, which is embarrassing enough since no one needs to see how I obsessively pet and inspect a book before purchasing it.  Watching that is like watching an archeologist unearth a dinosaur bone.  (Probably not the best analogy, but go with me here.)

Well, B&N had signed copies of Scythe as part of their Black Friday promotion, and after wandering over and picking it up for the fourth time, my dad was finally fed up with following me around and demanded I “give it here, I am getting it for you.”  So, thanks dad, this was a great book to end 2016 on!

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