Weekly Update #133


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, as well as to Tynga's Reviews and Talk Supe for showcasing the books I added to my shelves or Kindle this week.

I kind of forgot to post this earlier. This past week has been just a little bit busy. If you can't hear my sarcasm, it's there. ;)  The Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon is half-way through and going well. I've gotten some good reading in. If you haven't joined yet, you have until Wednesday, September 23rd. The author giveaways don't require you be a participant to enter, so definitely check those out!

I also have a poll up, if you could take a minute and cast your vote:

What do you like or want to see more of on my blog?

Here's what to expect from me this week:

Lisa Wingate is coming by for an interview and a giveaway for the Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon. You don't have to be a read-a-thon participant to enter. The Sea Keeper's Daughters was a five-star book for me, so definitely worth checking out HERE.
The Sea Keeper's Daughters (Carolina #3)

I'll be a tour stop for Out of the Ashes by Alicia Buck. This is a Cinderella story with a twist and I'm looking forward to it!
Out of the Ashes

I'll be posting for Waiting on Wednesday as usual. Come see what I can't wait to get my hands on!

I'm supposed to be promoting The Storm by Virgina Bergin. I'm missing the materials for it, so we'll see if I get a post up. If not, I'll post a review since I have some to write.
The Storm

I'll be reviewing Westly: A Spider's Tale by Bryan Beus. This book is so cute. It's going to be a fun review!
Westly: A Spider's Tale

I am going to be reviewing a book and CD titled My Home Can Be a Holy Place by Kresten M. Oaks and Jenny Oaks Baker. I'm looking forward to both, especially the CD since Jenny Oaks Baker is an amazing artist. There will be a giveaway as well.
My Home Can Be a Holy Place My Home Can Be a Holy Place

This week is nowhere near the volume of eARC additions as last week, but I still grabbed more than I had meant to. I will always grab Kimberly Krey's books for some romance, I've been dying for The Mirror King since reading The Orphan Queen so I literally jumped up and down when that popped up on Edelweiss, and I know I'll love Autumn Masquerade. There are definitely some good reads here...
Mending Hearts, Logan's Story (Second Chances #2) The Mirror King (The Orphan Queen, #2) Bluescreen (Mirador, #1)
Revenge and the Wild The Leaving Season Moonlight over Paris 
For the Record Autumn Masquerade Not If I See You First This Song Is (Not) for You

There are some giveaways going on right now. Check them out below:
 Bearskin
A Whole New World (A Twisted Tale #1) The Sea Keeper's Daughters (Carolina #3) 

I'm also participating in September is for Sequels (not that I've gotten very far, still). There's still time to get some sequels read though, so I'm hoping to get some good reading in this week, especially with my read-a-thon too.


Bloggiesta was pretty much a flop for me. I just didn't have the extra time to devote to it with everything else going on. I'm still planning on working on my to-do list, but after my read-a-thon is over.
Clean-Up and To-Do-List Time

And I signed up for Blogging 201 because I obviously wasn't busy enough already (Ha!). I have some catching up to do there too, but I did get the first four days of assignments done here and here.
I'm trying to improve and grow my brand...


What do you have going on this week? Do any of these books peak your interest?

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