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The Sunday Post is a weekly recap meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

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Hello lovely people! I skipped last week’s Sunday Post but I’m back with news.

First of all I have to tell you that I’m changing web hosts soon so I might experience some down time in the process, if you visit my blog in the next few weeks and I’m off-line, don’t be alarmed, I’ll be back as soon as the switch is completed but it might take a few days. You can always find me on twitter and goodreads for updates and book reviews. Or you can do it anyway just saying… 

Moving on, I had a busy week on the blog as you can see below and I’ve done so much reading these past few days, I loved being back to reading it as usual without busy work days getting in the way.

P R E V I O U S L Y   O N   T H E   B L O G

The Pact by Karina Halle Might be still free, note to self, not all free books are ok to buy

The Clover Chapel by Devney Perry Requested this on NG after I saw it on literally every blog I visited this past week but it wasn’t what I hoped it would be

DELETING BOOKS FROM TBR *gasp* I think a draft of this went out by accident, I swear technology does not obey me sometimes

W H A T  I’M  C U R R E N T L Y   R E A D I N G

The Smallest Thing by Lisa Manterfield is a contemporary YA version of the plague village of Eyam, it follows 17-year-old Emmott Syddall and a mysterious man in the HAZMAT suit. As soon as I heard this was based on a true story I immediately requested it and so far it’s interesting!

♥ Q U O T E S

No one will be more brutal than me. No one will be more ruthless. And I will never stop fighting.” — Now I Rise (The Conqueror’s Saga #2) by Kiersten White

Lada is back and more badass than ever, my review will be up this week, in the meantime, read my review for And I Darken and why you should read it. Plus there’s a giveaway happening on Goodreads if you’re interested!

I N S T A G R A M ♥

A contemporary #YA version about the Eyam plague outbreak? Yes, please! #TheSmallestThing #ARC #currentlyreading

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A R O U N D   T H E   B L O G O S P H E R E

Tanya reviewed When Dimple Met Rishi which I can’t wait to read. Jessica talks about periods in YA. And in case you’re some sort of genius and you’ve already written a novel teach me, Cait tells you how to edit it. I’m going to mention this again in case anyone missed it the last time, if you’re a fan of The Royal series by Erin Watt and you’re not signed up for their newsletter, do it! They publish a chapter a week from Gideon (?) and Savannah’s bookTarnished Crown – and it is amazing, newsletter goes out every Friday and there’s also the archived chapters on their blog and Wattpad.


That’s it! Remember, if I’m down it’s no big deal, I’ll be back ASAP

36 thoughts on “The Sunday Post [43]”

  1. Have a great week, and thanks for visiting my blog. Moving the blog was a brave thing to do…I’m not that brave, except when I moved from Blogger to Word Press. Self-hosted is probably beyond me.

    I’m curious about The Smallest Thing. Enjoy!
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  2. Good luck switching! I know it can be stressful, I have been off for a day in January and thing were STILL broken up till two weeks ago! Super annoying. I hope yours goes absolutely fine.
    And that’s based on a true story? Wow. Checking it out for sure.
    Have a good week!
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  3. I delete books from my TBR all the tie because it’s like a cage with male and female rabbits! man! [sorry to hear it was a draft that went up by accident I have done that MANY times 🙂
    AND…. LADA IS BACK!!! WHOHOOOOO LOVE LADA [I actually adopted her] Good luck changing web hosts!

  4. I hope everything’s going well with the moving. I know it is not an easy task. been there and done it. Anyway, I’m still planning to read The Clover Chapel. So curious. Maybe this week. Did you enjoy it? 🙂

    Have a wonderful week.

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