Weekly Update #91


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 this week.

If you haven't had a chance to read Gail Carriger's interview from yesterday and see the wrap-up from the Finishing School Read-Along, you can go check it out now:

Here's what you can expect this week:

Look for the giveaway for December, a Cover Reveal, and the tour Launch for the Claus Box Set.


I'll be a tour stop for Under a Georgia Moon by Cindy Roland Anderson. It has a cute cover and synopsis. Come back to see if I thought the story followed through.
Under a Georgia Moon

I'll be posting for Waiting on Wednesday. Did you see last week's WOW for Dream a Little Dream? I'll also be participating in a tour for Rebels by Accident by Patricia Dunn.
Rebels by Accident

I'll be a tour stop for Hotwire by Cindy M. Hogan. I really like this cover and these types of stories (about spies).
Hotwire (Christy #2)

I'll be posting for Friday Favorites. I'll be talking about my favorite covers from October through December. Maybe there will be a favorite or two of your's as well. :)

I did get some books this week that I'm very excited about, but I haven't had time to get them added for this post, so you'll see them next week.

This is the last day to enter my Monthly Giveaway for November where I'm giving away a YA or Christian Fiction book of the winner's choice. A new giveaway will be up on December 1st.


I'm participating in Blog Ahead! hosted by Herding Cats & Burning Soup. Last day to schedule posts for this! I'm hoping to give a good last push. :) You can check how I'm doing by clicking on the image below.


Did you miss any of these posts from last week?

What do you have going on this week?


12 comments

  1. Under a Georgia Moon has such a cute cover. Can't wait to see your review. I hope that the story was just as good.

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  2. Sounds like a good week. I like the Hotwire cover and books about spies. I am going to sign up for COYER too, gotta write up my post! Heres my Sunday recap and a linkup of you would like to add your posts.http://momssmallvictories.com/small-victories-sunday-linkup-26/

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  3. Wow...looks like you've been busy! I really want to read Cinder and Ella. Hope you have a great week!

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

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  4. The Finishing School books are just so good. I haven't been able to write a review for the newest one yet it was that good.
    Cora @ Tea Party Princess

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  5. Cali Willette11/30/14, 11:35 AM

    Hot wire sounds like a cool book. ;)

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  6. SO, Cinder & Ella is not a book I would normally pick for myself (the cover doesn't really help matters, even though I know that is terrible of me) but it sounds really good. Adrenaline Crush is a story that I would pick (not for cover, but because it sounds alright, if unrealistic) and it doesn't sound good at all. And Spell Check is just one that I want to read for fun, because sometimes I don't need a perfect read or even a great one, but just one to pass some time and make me smile.

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  7. Looks like you have a lot of fun posts coming up! Thanks for the update :)

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  8. Great books! Rebel by Accident looks really cute! Under a Georgia Moon looks like a fun read too! Have a great week!

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  9. This weeks schedule looks awesome Tressa. I'm in awe. I like the look of the 30 pre-scheduled posts but have never been that organized.

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  10. Your books looks awesome! Especially Hotwire :)

    WeeklyWrap@EverythingNyze

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  11. Your weekly updates make me realize I am not even in in your realm ....hehe! I wish I could have a post for every day, but life is a little too chaotic for that for me. I haven't even been able to read a book for over a week...WHAT??? ;)

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  12. Olivia Roach12/10/14, 11:08 AM

    It's a shame you didn't like Adrenaline Crush so much, although I have seen a lot of mediocre reviews for the second book. Spell Check doesn't sound too much for me. I have actually just read Cinder & Ella and will be posting my own review tomorrow. I loved it! I thought the retelling was well done because it wasn't too close or too far from the fairytale, and it leaned on so many other themes as well!

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