Weekly Update #90


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.

Dena from Batch of Books and I are on the last week of our read-along for the second and third books of the Finishing School Series by Gail Carriger. We both posted our third update on Friday. Check mine out here and Dena's here.

Here's what you can expect this week:

I'll be participating in the tour for I Want to be Baptized by Annalisa Hall. This is such a cute book!
I Want to Be Baptized

I'll be a tour stop for Love Without End by Robin Lee Hatcher. I really enjoyed her last series, so I'm looking forward to a new series.
Love Without End (Kings Meadow Romance #1)

I'll be posting for Waiting on Wednesday. Did you see last week's WOW for All Fall Down? I'll also be participating in a blitz for Once Upon an Ever After by Angela N. Blount.
Once Upon an Ever After (Once Upon a Road Trip #2)

I'm looking forward to a great Thanksgiving (at least for the US)! I'll be a tour stop for Tess in Boots by Courtney Rice Gager. The synopsis for this is really cute.
Tess in Boots

I'll be posting the last update for the Finishing School Read-Along. We'll be finished with Waistcoats and Weaponry. I'll also be a tour stop for the Beam 'N Read, which I've been testing out.

We'll be wrapping up the Finishing School Read-Along. This really has been so much fun! We'll have another interview from the author and the giveaway winner will be announced as well.

I did get some books this week that I'm excited about. Here's my physical stack:

And then these are the ebooks I grabbed this week from Amazon (covers will take you there - some were free, but may no longer be):
Camp Forget-Me-Not (Camp Boyfriend, #3) Angus Macbain and the Island of Sleeping Kings Jane and Austen Christmas Daisy

There are a couple of giveaways that are about to end. There is my Monthly Giveaway for November where I'm giving away a YA or Christian Fiction book of the winner's choice, and then Dena from Batch of Books and I are giving away the entire Finishing School Series by Gail Carriger.
 Finishing School Read-Along

I'm participating in Blog Ahead! hosted by Herding Cats & Burning Soup. I had a great start and I've been plugging along since then. You can check how I'm doing by clicking on the image below.


Did you miss any of these posts from last week?

Possible reviews that might be scattered in:
Cinder & Ella Adrenaline Rush Proper Attire: A West Indies Proper Romance Spell Check

What do you have going on this week?


11 comments

  1. laura thomas11/23/14, 11:36 AM

    I've got Angus McBain. Sounds like a good one. You have some wonderful reads this week. I', starting on some of my Christmas reading next week so I can get more holiday posts going. I love this time of year!
    here's my Sunday Post - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/11/23/whats-new-on-my-bookshelf-86-and-the-sunday-post/

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  2. Cali Willette11/23/14, 12:18 PM

    Those are some great books. Jane and Austen sounds cute.

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  3. I love the illustrator for I Want to Be Baptized! We have the Holy Ghost is like a Blanket by the same duo.

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  4. Busy, busy, busy.... I am looking forward to your future review for Spell Check. I have heard some really good things about it, and the cover is pretty cool. Anyway, I mostly wanted to tell you Happy Thanksgiving. And see what you are thinking of Waistcoats and Weaponry... I have the first book coming up, and I am looking forward to it!

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  5. It did sound and look cute and it's been on my tbr for a while, so I grabbed it.

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  6. Both those books are fabulous! The illustrations are really great!

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  7. I'm hoping I love it. I've liked her other books. Happy Thanksgiving to you too! I'm loving W&W. I hope you enjoy the series just as much!!

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  8. Hopefully I end up liking it. Thanks for stopping by! I'll be over...

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  9. The I Want To Be Baptized book sounds fantastic! As a missionary for the LDS Church, I've really seen how lessons like these help people understand the necessity in baptism.

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