Weekly Update #68


Welcome to my Weekly Update where I post my blog's schedule for the week. I'm linking up to The Sunday Post, hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, and Stacking The Shelves, hosted by Tynga's Reviews.

This week is a little more relaxed than it has been, which I'm happy about because I'm planning on getting some good reading in and spontaneous posting some reviews. Here's what to expect:

I'll be a blog tour stop for Four Weddings and a Kiss, which is a novella compilation by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, Robin Lee Hatcher. This was such a sweet and fun book!
Four Weddings and a Kiss

I'm planning on reviewing Sweetly Broken by Christie Pettus. I may post for Top Ten Tuesday. We'll see.
Sweetly Broken

I'll be posting for Waiting for Wednesday. Did you see last week's WOW for Tried and True and Destined for Dune?

I'm planning on reviewing Worth the Wait by Laura Jackson.
Worth the Wait (Waltham Academy, #1)

Friday Favorites will be up again. I know exactly what I'll be sharing, my review of Ruin and Rising, so definitely stop by! :)
Ruin and Rising (The Grisha, #3)

I'll also be participating in Stacking the Shelves, if I have books to share. This is what I grabbed ebook-wise last week:
The Book of Life (All Souls Trilogy, #3) The Fire Wish (The Jinni Wars, #1)

Have you entered by Monthly Giveaway for June yet? It's for an Amazon gift card this time around. There is also a giveaway for Rebel Princess running right now here and I also have a giveaway for the Midsummer's Eve Giveaway Hop where there a couple of YA Contemporary Romance book choices.
The Rebel Princess Midsummers Hop


Did you miss any of these posts from last week?

I'm also participating in these two summer reading challenges:
2014 Summer Reading Challenge 2014 Book Blogger Summer Reading Program

What do you have going on this week?

48 comments

  1. The Fire Wish looks intriguing, I haven't hear of that one before.

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  2. Thank you for joining my book tour!

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  3. I have The Fire Wish on my TBR, I want to read that one but I can't...not yet *sigh*
    I'm curious what you'll think of it, though :D

    My new additions ;)

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  4. The Fire wish looks good, have a great reading week !

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  5. Can't wait for the Ruin and Rising review. <3

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  6. Looks like you have a fun week ahead of you!

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  7. I so wish I had more time to read. I didn't know there were things such as reading challenges. That's pretty cool. Thanks for the update!!

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  8. Hi! I'd want to meet fairies, elves, and angels. So cool! Thank-you!!

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  9. I am looking forward to all of this :). I haven't started the first book in the Ruin & Rising series :(. I am so far behind. I am dying to read them :)

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  10. This was such a cute and fun book, Janice! Thanks for writing it!! I had just finished five suspense novels and this was a perfect relaxing read to follow those with. :)

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  11. It was. I'm planning on telling all my nieces to grab it.

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  12. It is a really fun (and yes clean) read.

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  13. It was adorable. The MC's voice is great. Perfect for tween girls!

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  14. Especially if they were like Legolas. ;)

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  15. My daughter is into unicorns right now.

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  16. I like wizards, so good choice.

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  17. Another original request. I like it.

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  18. Haha! Sounds good to me. :)

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  19. Decided against the talking cat, huh? :)

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  20. This seems to be a little bit of a theme.

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  21. I think they would be amazing to meet. Very regal beings.

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  22. That would be interesting. I suppose Pegasuses don't count?

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  23. Lol! Yes, I think so. I'm trying to picture that. :)

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  24. The image that immediately popped into my head was from Super Mario Bros. Lol!

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  25. I LOVE the mag too! I generally love maps period.

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  26. I tend to like angel books, so I could go for those and the fairies and elves as well - at least as long as they're mostly nice.

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  27. I featured it for a past WOW. I love the synopsis and there are so few books about genies, so I'm looking forward to reading it!

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  28. I didn't think I'd get approved for it, so I'm very happy. I didn't think I'd get either of those, actually.

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  29. So loved it!!! Just posted...

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  30. Yes, I do. I have some books coming up in the next month that I am really excited about. :)

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  31. You're welcome! I hosted a reading challenge last fall that I'll be doing again. You should join!

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  32. I think you would love them! Each book just got better and better. But really... So much to read and so little time. ;)

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  33. Only if it was a unipegauses

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  34. Good afternoon Tressa, no I like the talking cat idea, just thought a talking bird would be fun to. Lol

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  35. It was really fun! Thanks for stopping by!

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  36. I am sure my daughter would love this book! She loves all these type of things in her books.

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  37. What a great summer book for my niece! She loves princess stories. Thanks for sharing.

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  38. Wow! Your review makes me want to buy the book! OMG looking forward to reading it.

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  39. It was just such an enjoyable read and definitely on the lighter side. I'd definitely recommend it!

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  40. I hope she loves it if she reads it!

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  41. It is adorable and it totally fits the MC.

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  42. It was such a crazy fun book! Quick and light, with humor and some great characters.

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