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Sunday, December 29, 2019
The Sunday Post #60 (Reading Rambles Edition)
"The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted here @ 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. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme"
Happy Sunday readers! I took a much needed blogging break (and even a bit of a bookstagramming break off and on) this past month. Yesterday I started scheduling out posts for the new year though with two reviews written and scheduled. I'm pretty impressed with myself on that one LOL! I have lots of goals and reading plans for my 2020 reading year but I'm going to save that for another post. I do hope to blog more consistently in the new year which means I need to get back in the habit of blogging and writing up posts on a more regular basis. And scheduling out reviews because let's face it - they don't get done otherwise.
What else is new around here? I signed up for Kindle Unlimited recently - honestly I'll probably only keep it for the three months where it is .99 rather than $9.99. I mean I already have a ridiculous number of books on my e-reader so I can't see keeping this for longer than that. I'm just excited to use this to read some books that are on my TBR list that I can't get from my library system. I'm looking for authors to check out though so if you have any suggestions for me, definitely leave them in the comments. I also put the call out on Twitter and Bookstagram in the hopes of getting some great suggestions.
In reading news, I'm currently reading the following books:
Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison is my current e-book read thanks to the publisher and NetGalley. I'm reading this one as part of a blog tour set up by the publisher. I'm only about 40% in so far but I'm enjoying it. I think that I'm going to really focus on this one and hopefully it will end up being my last read of the new year.
Almost Just Friends by Jill Shalvis is a review copy courtesy of the publisher and my current print read. I've only just started this one but am already really enjoying it. You know a book is going to be good when you find yourself grinning at it while reading and laughing out loud. There is a very good chance that this one is going to roll over into the new year but I'm okay with that!
My plans for today are the usual for Sundays and that means laundry, laundry, laundry. I would love to get another review written up and scheduled. It's also the last Bears game of the season so I will be curled up watching that while also reading my book. I am also hoping to get started on my top reads list for the new year because it's about that time! (Side note: who else LOVES this time of year with all of the best of lists - my library holds list would be 100% full if I wasn't working my hardest at self control!)
Happy Sunday and Happy Reading!
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Happy Sunday! I look forward to seeing more book posts from you as you always find such great series to read!ReplyDelete
I love reading the best of lists, especially since I’m finding new bloggers to follow, but I find it too frustrating to make my own.ReplyDelete
Wishing you a great reading week and a Happy New Year
Always nice to hear about what you're reading. I'll be watching for your thoughts on Good Girls Lie. I've been considering that one. I have Kindle Unlimited and will tell you that Robert Dugoni's Tracy Crosswhite series is a good one. You can probably get it at your library as well, but I read all the books as KU selections. I like the best of lists and look forward to yours, Sam. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Congrats on getting posts scheduled. I’ve also scheduled a few for 2020. Blogging consistently is tough. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Aj @ Read All The Things!
It takes a bit to get into the habit of things. I feel like I am always behind these days. I hope to get the Shalvis book on audio for review. She's a favorite.ReplyDelete
I've really enjoyed the deals I've had on KU. They have audio as part of it for some books and I've loved that.
Happy New Year!
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