Sunday Post #18 – Hello February!

Posted February 1, 2015 by Lillian in Features / 13 Comments

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Happy Sunday everyone! What a blur the last two weeks have been! I so missed doing this post last week. And it’s crazy I completely forgot it. I was so engrossed in my National Read-A-Thon book that I lost track of time and didn’t realize that I didn’t post, let alone write last week’s Sunday Post. So I am sorry for that 😳

The last two weeks have been crazy busy, but also relaxed. Is that even possible?! I’m proud to say, for those of you that have kept up with this battle 😉 , that Liam has had not one single accident in over a week!! I think we are officially, fully potty trained.

I’m so relieved that the stress of that is OVER!!! And just in time for his birthday too. My sweet baby will be four in a few weeks. I’m not sure how the time has gone so fast, but it has. I have to tell a funny story on him from this week. I had an epic mommy fail on Friday. Almost everyday like clockwork my son asks for a peanut butter sandwich. Well I opened the BRAND new jar of peanut butter and thought “Huh, that looks funny.” I scraped it out with a knife and started to spread it and whoops! It was lumpy. I bought the crunchy instead of smooth. I tried to explain this to my son, but have you ever tried to rationalize with a four year old?! Well I gave him the sandwich knowing full well he wouldn’t eat it. He does his normal thing, eats all the crust first (I know, I have a strange kid 😀 ) then he takes a big bite from the center.

I’m proud of him, he at least finished the bite rather than spitting it out. But he promptly looked at me after swallowing and said “Mama, this is not my peanut butter.” 😆 That’s my boy!!

How was your week?

Currently Reading

Book Cover for "The Vanishing Girl" by Laura Thalassa

I’ve had this book lying around on my ereader forever. So glad to finally start it! I love Laura Thalassa’s writing 😀

Last Week on the Blog

Coming Up this Week

  • Review: Enclave (Razorland, #1) by Ann Aguirre
  • Top Ten Tuesday | “Top Ten Books I Can’t Believe I Haven’t/Want To Read From X Genre” via the Broke and Bookish
  • Waiting on Wednesday | Maximus by Richard L. Black
  • Review: Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
  • Review: The Vanishing Girl by Laura Thalassa
  • Feature & Follow Friday | “Do you read more than 1 book at a time, and if so, how, like a certain amount of pages per book before moving on to the next one in the queue?” via Alison Can Read and Parajunkee’s View
  • Saturday Shorts | Spearwood Academy Vol. 3 & 4 by A.S. Oren
  • Mini-Reviews from the COYER Scavenger Hunt

Also coming up this month is the 1 year anniversary of the blog! I can’t believe that it’s already been one year since I started this crazy adventure. Check back as there will be a giveaway, interview with one of the first author’s I ever reviewed for, and a little something special for my top followers (be on the lookout for an email from me).

Around the Blogosphere

This Week’s Book Fix

Have I ever mentioned I’m addicted to books? Well, in case I haven’t, I am! Big surprise this week too! I discovered Book Outlet and Half Price Books online, also our local used bookstore…so yeah I purchased actual books with real pages this week. I couldn’t resist!!! They’re just so pretty and shiny and some are free so why pass them up?! 😉

Kindle Freebies

Book Cover for "Worlds Undone"
Book Cover for "Worlds Entwined"

  • Worlds Undone: A Dystopian Collection from Clean Teen & Crimson Tree Publishing
  • Worlds Entwined: A Contemporary & Light Fantasy Collection from Clean Teen & Crimson Tree Publishing


Book Cover for The Francis Chan Collection
Book Cover for "Landline" by Rainbow Rowell
Book Cover for "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett
Book Cover for "The Book Thief" by Markus Zusak

  • The Francis Chan Collection: Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, and Multiply
  • Landline by Rainbow Rowell
  • The Help by Kathryn Stockett
  • The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

For Review

Book Cover for "Devon's Choice" by Catherine Bennett
Book Cover for "At the Water's Edge" by Sara Gruen
Book Cover for "City in Embers" by Stacey Marie Brown

  • Devon’s Choice by Catherine Bennett
  • At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen
  • City in Embers by Stacey Marie Brown

Book Cover for "Maximus" by Richard L. Black
Book Cover for "The Night We Said Yes" by Lauren Gibaldi
Book Cover for "Crimson Bound" by Rosamund Hodge

  • Maximus by Richard L. Black
  • The Night We Said Yes by Lauren Gibaldi
  • Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge

A huge thank you to HarperCollins, Shadow Mountain, Stacey and Catherine for providing the above copies!!!

What are you reading this week?

I still can’t believe that January is over and we have started February. How is that possible?! Time moves way too fast these days! This is the last week of the COYER Scavenger Hunt and I plan to meet my goal of six books…I’m already half way…I can do this! Besides reading I’ll be crafting away this week getting ready for Liam’s birthday. I’m so excited for it. We didn’t have a party for him last year and I want to make it up this year, so I’m going all out. I’ll share pics in a couple weeks 😀 What are your plans this week? Any books worth reading?

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13 responses to “Sunday Post #18 – Hello February!

  1. Great books this week! The Sara Gruen, Landline and Crimson Beauty are all on my wishlist. Congrats on being fully potty trained!! That’s so exciting when you get there! The peanut butter story made me laugh. I’m impressed he didn’t spit it out. I’m not entirely sure my little one would’ve swallowed it. Have a great week!
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    • He impressed me too! I was sure he spit it out! FYI the Sara Gruen is on Netgalley and Crimson Bound is on Edelweiss if you use either of those for ARCs. Have a great week 😀

    • Thank you! I’ve been wanting to read it forever and came across it at our local used books store. Can’t wait to start it. Have a great week!

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