Weekly Update #137


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 had a fun week with the kids off of school for their fall break! We've also had some gorgeous weather this weekend with cool winds, rain, and even a lightning storm. Rain makes me happy. Must be an Arizona thing. ;)

I have a lot going on this week. Windows 10 has really mixed things up on me with not showing everything on my calendar each day unless I have it display the day, so when I have more than two events they get cut off. Makes it a little tough when I use it so much to make sure I'm posting what I should be. Thus, the overcrowded week ahead for tours. There are some great things coming, so that's a good thing. :) Here's what to expect:
I'll be reviewing Love in the Details by Becky Wade. Becky is one of my favorite authors and I was thrilled to see her join in on this novella series! We're (Prism Book Tours) also finishing up the tour for If Not for a Bee by Carol Ross. This one got some really great reviews!
Love in the Details: A November Wedding Story (A Year of Weddings Novella) 

I'll be a review tour stop for Miracle Drug by Richard L. Mabry, M.D. I can tell you now that these are both really good, so stop on by!
Miracle Drug

I'll be a review tour stop for Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund. I've heard such good things about this one and have been looking forward to reading about Martin Luther.
Luther and Katharina

I'll be posting for Waiting on Wednesday as usual. Come see what I can't wait to get my hands on! I'll also be reviewing Rider of the Crown by Melissa McShane and a tour stop for Of Delicate Pieces by A. Lynden Rolland. She'll be guest posting on my blog. All the books I've read from Month9Books have been really good, so I'm happy to be sharing about this one!
Rider of the Crown Of Delicate Pieces (Of Breakable Things #2)

I'll be a tour stop and reviewing Saints & Spies by Jordan McCollum. Jordan's books just get better and better where I literally can not put them down. I'm excited for this new series and that I get to review it! I'll also be sharing again about Melissa McShane's Rider of the Crown with a book blitz with Prism Book Tours.
Saints & Spies 

I'll be a tour stop for Oppression by Jessica Therrien and North for Christmas by Christina Dymock.
Oppression (Children of the Gods, #1) North for Christmas

I've joined Something Wicked Rises and will be spotlighting and giving away Hotel Ruby by Suzanne Young. Doesn't it look creepy?!!
“rainy Hotel Ruby

It was another fun week for books for me, specifically physical books. Check out what I got (also posted on Instagram):

PHYSICAL BOOKS/SWAG

Passenger by Alexandra Bracken & Swag - For Review

North for Christmas by Christina Dymock - For Review
From Baptist Preacher to Mormon Teacher by Wain Myers & Kelly L. Martinez - For Review
Desert Rains by Jana S. Brown - For Review
Ice Like Fire by Sarah Raasch - Purchased

EBOOKS

Masque (The Two Monarchies Sequence)
FREE through Smashwords code: YU33D. You can also grab Spindle with JH35S for $2 off from Smashwords, which means only 99c! Both coupons good through November 30th.

Sidekick Curio  Cut the Sugar, You're Sweet Enough: Cookbook
Change of Heart (Paper Hearts) Anything for You (Blue Heron, #5) Hello? Bride of a Distant Isle (Daughters of Hampshire, #2)
For review through Edelweiss, NetGalley, and tour hosts.

There are three giveaways going on right now. Check them out below:
 Spooktacular2013 Through the Dark (The Darkest Minds, #1.5, #2.5, #3.5)

I'm participating in Blog Ahead. My goal is to get as much as I can of November and December scheduled. I'm half of the way there, which is awesome! Two more weeks to get the other half done.
Almost time to get ahead...

What you might have missed last week:

What do you have going on this week?

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