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Sunday, 5 May 2013

Sunday Post

Sunday Post is a weekly feature hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Reviewer. It's main purpose is similar to that of a Sunday newspaper; recap of the week gone by, additions to your library and what is going on in the book blogging community.

Addition to my Library 


I know I haven't been doing my participated memes regularly, apologies as I'm still trying to figure a routine and schedule, so please bare with me till I do. I'm wanting to do an updating post, like The Sunday Post, and I do want to do a Stacking The Shelves post, but I may do it every two weeks because I don't think I get enough haul to do it weekly. Starting from the next Stacking The Shelves, I'll also be adding "Books for Review" as I haven't really been specifying those in my list. 

Won 



It included:-

- $35 Amazon Gift Card
- Signed Paperback copy of Pulse by HJ Daly
- Signed Pulse bookmark
- Pulse pen
- Pulse card
- Pulse cloth bag
- Beautiful Flower hardback notebook

I absolutely loved the bag and the pen! I'm also very excited to spend my $35 Amazon Gift card. 


Prize Pack 3 from the YAlicious April Giveaway 

Bought Ebooks 




In The Blogosphere

Spring Blog Carnival
Spring Blog Carnival starts this week! There are 50 booths in this year's carnival, including mine which is Belle of the Ball, booth #8…check out the other participants, schedule can be found here. Don't forget to visit all the booths for fantastic challenges and giveaways! 

Participate in the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge for the month of May, hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated. The purpose is to read as much of your ARC's this month from your TBR pile. There will be mini challenges and an event giveaway, sign ups and schedules can all be found here

eleanorandparkreadalong

Eleanor & Park Read-Along hosted by Mostly YA Lit. Click on the link to sign up and to find the reading schedule.


YABBC is a YA book club for bloggers hosted by Alise in Readers in Wonderland. This month's book is Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare, for more details please click on the event banner above. 


BEA (Book Expo America) is a huge event for readers and bloggers alike, unfortunately for many of us, attending (due to distance and finance) is not a reality. The girls at Bewitched Bookworms is nice enough to cover the event for us, like our own personal journalist. To submit questions that you want answered, click here. Read up on last year's coverage here. Don't forget to subscribe to their blog to get the up to date happening at BEA.

23 comments:

Aseel Naji said...

SWEET PERIL! I always go crazy excited when I see someone bought, lol. It's amazing, I finished it in the same day. Hope you njoy it as such as I did!

Great haul and thanks for stopping by!

Sandy Farmer said...

I just reviewed Grave Mercy this past week. Can't wait to get my hands on Dark Triumph! Happy reading!

My SP & STS
Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

Jenea Whittington said...

I hope you enjoy your new books. There are some really good ones.

Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post

Molli Moran said...

Gah, The Program! I cannot WAIT to read it. I'm hoping I can wait and find it on sale somewhere because I'm a huge fan of Suzanne's writing in her A Need So Beautiful books.

I can't wait to see your thoughts on Komal's book. She's a friend of mine, though I haven't had the chance to read anything of hers yet!

Molli | Once Upon a Prologue

lisalikesbooks said...

Ooo, lots of good books! I'm reading Life After Theft right now and like it alright. I want to read The Program. I've been hearing wonderful things about it. I'm about to start Pandemonium soon, so I'll get to Requiem eventually. Haha.

Also, that notebook from the first giveaway is really cute. Looove it.

Aman said...

Oh, the Pulse prize packs looks awesome and you got a gift card. Lucky you! I got Sweet Peril too. Enjoy your reads :)
Thanks for stopping by My StS

Ashley said...

I got Sweet Peril too!! I hope it's good. :) And OMG The Program is FABULOUS! It was even better than I thought it would be. I hope you like it!

My Stacking the Shelves

Lyn Kaye said...

You scored BIG TIME! I could do some damage with 35 bucks to Amazon!

Brandi Kosiner said...

Loved the Program and hope you do too

Susanne said...

Great haul! The Cadet of Tildor sounds great. And I've heard good things about The Program. Thanks for stopping by. Happy reading!

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Ooo, some really good things here. :) Hope you enjoy all your books. :)

I too posted a Sunday Post, if you'd like to stop by...
http://melissa-melsworld.blogspot.com/2013/05/sunday-post-10.html

Courtney N. said...

I've had the Cadet of Tildor on my ereader for a while.
Requiem was awesome!! Enjoy it!

PS Love your blog name. Is it in any relation to Munsch's book Paperbag Princess? (Just wondering because it's my favourite Munsch story)

aalisun said...

I can't wait for Dark Triumph, but it comes out next month in the UK. :( Enjoy your books, and thanks for stopping by my blog.

Jen Ryland/YA Romantics said...

Eleanor and Park was one of my recent favorites! And Dark Triumph is SO good. Enjoy all your books -- thanks for stopping by :)

You can find me here: Jen @ YA Romantics

Nicole said...

I'm loving the e-books you bought! I need to start Dark Triumph soon! I loved Grave Mercy and am really excited to get Sybella's perspective. I hear The Program is similar to Slated, which I loved, but I wonder if that will make me more critical.. Requiem fell a little flat for me but so did Pandemonium. I know it got a lot of mixed reviews. I hope you find yourself loving it though! Thanks for stopping by!

Nicole @ The Quiet Concert

Marmaladelibby (aka Ange) said...

Requiem and Dark Triumph are both books I have calling my name on my shelves! :) The Program is one I can't wait to get my hands on!!! Great haul! Happy reading!
Our Week in Books @Libby Blog

Scott Pilgrim said...

The Program looks so good! I just got Dark Triumph the other day at the library :)
-Scott Reads It

Dianne said...

Please tell us all about The Program once you've read it! Been wanting to read it for so long! Thanks for dropping by my StS and happy reading! :D

Richa Parande said...

EEP! You got some really awesome books this week. Sweet Peril, Life After Theft, and Requiem are all freaking amazing :D
Hope you love them. And I can't wait to read The Program. Thanks for stopping by!

Brandi Kosiner said...

Pulse looks good and I really enjoyed the Program and hope you do too.
Brandi @ Blkosiner’s Book Blog

Gwynneth White said...

Fantastic post. And you got an amazing haul this week. I need to look at The Sunday Post meme, it sounds good. Thanks for visiting my STS. New follower via Bloglovin.
cheers
Gwynn
http://gwynnethwhite.blogspot.com/

Sana said...

I so cannot wait for The Program and I have yet to start reading Delirium oops.

Great haul and congrats on winning the gift card =D

Carmen B. said...

That Pulse swag looks pretty dang awesome! Congrats on your wins :D
I read Impossible and found it pretty entertaining. And I REALLY need to get myself Sweet Peril!!
Awesome haul, thanks for stopping by mine last weekend :)

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