Sunday, 6 October 2013

Sunday Post 6th October 2013

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba at The Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ to recap the past week on the blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.



I got some cool new books this week...




  • From the library  I borrowed Linked by Imogen Howson
  • Won from a Goodreads FirstReads prize, The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson (Fire and Thorns, book 3). I'm a little behind with this series- I have only read the first book so far, but I loved it, so I was thrilled to receive this one.
  • On audiobook I downloaded The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher.
  • For review (courtesy of Harlequin and Netgalley), Pawn by Aimee Carter- I absolutely love the sound of this book, it sounds very thrilling and fresh, with plot twists and deceptions all over the place!
I posted 
  • Best of the Bunch September a monthly wrap-up post with a linky list for all your entries. Tell us your favourite book of the month. 
  • Exciting New October Releases where I post the YA books releasing this month
  • I wished for Notes From Ghost Town by Kate Ellison on Wishlist Wednesday
  • I have also been taking part in the Fraterfest readathon hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer, by reading through Siege by Rhiannon Frater. I am currently on page 247/ 359 and it is so good so far- it looks like it will be a great conclusion to the series. 



  • Lucy at Project UKYA is putting together a campaign video and needs photos of something to do with UKYA. Go to the website (link below) for more info on how to take part


Project UKYA

Thanks for stopping by today- what bookish goodies did you get this week? 

13 comments:

  1. I need to get started on that Rhiannon Frater series. Book one has been on my shelf for a couple of years I think!

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  2. The bitter kingdom!! I seriously need that book in my life. Pawn looks great as well. Happy reading :D

    Mel@thedailyprophecy.

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  3. I can't wait to read Killing Woods - Stolen is one of my favorites and I hope this one is going to just as good as that one.
    Glass @ Way Too Hot Books

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  4. Pawn looks great - my TBR list is so full now though... *sigh*
    Enjoy your week
    ~gaele @ I am, Indeed

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  5. Wow getting surgically given a famous dead woman's face is pretty full on. The fall out from that must be huge. I hope you find all sorts of Machiavellian plotting in Pawn. Here's my Sunday Post

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  6. What a fab week! I hope you enjoy all your new books.

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  7. I am glad Siege is going well, and I am loving your haul this week! The Killing Woods looks creep-tastic!

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  8. I'm about to start The Killing Woods and I'm so excited - I love her other books! I got Pawn as well; it sounds so different. Happy reading!

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  9. seems a lot of people have pawn this week! i couldn't get through carter's previous series so i've been avoding pawn but maybe i should pick it up. the premise is definitely intriguing... awesome books! happy reading :)

    hope you can stop by my StS.

    -michelle @ Michelle & Leslie's Book Picks

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  10. I've seen Pawn around lately. I need to look into that one. Have a great week!

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  11. Nice haul. I hope you enjoy Linked, I thought it was pretty good. Happy reading.

    Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post

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  12. I'm so excited to read The Killing Woods! I think it'll make a great Halloween read. Pawn sounds very interesting too!

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  13. I actually just finished Pawn, aslo thanks to NetGalley (I love them!) and I really enjoyed it. Hope you get to read it soon =D
    I just bought The Killing Woods a few days ago, sounds really great!

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