Sunday Post #61 – Snowpocalypse 2016

Posted January 24, 2016 by Lillian in Features / 6 Comments

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Happy Sunday everyone! We have survived Snowpocalypse 2016 ? At this time it is still snowing so I can’t give you the total snowfall for my area but as of right now it is sitting at around an additional 6 inches to what fell during round one on Wednesday. Little man only went to school on Tuesday and the rest of the week we’ve enjoyed playing in the snow, bingeing on Netflix, and of course reading!

Reading wise this week I finally finished The Fifth Wave which was not as good as I thought it would be. Very predictable! I also read Cruel Crown by Victoria Aveyard, Chosen Fool by Scarlett Dawn, and Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers. All of these counted towards #COYER and my other reading challenges.

What did you read this week? Any snow in your area?

Currently Reading

I picked up this book as a freebie on Kindle this week and as I have the second book to read for review I thought I’d better give this one a read as well. So far it’s good. Of course I might be biased as it is in my favorite genre ?

Last Week on the Blog

Coming Up this Week

  • Meet the Author: Laura Tisdall – interview & spotlight for Echoes 
  • Top Ten Tuesday | This week is a freebie and I’m weighing in on the debate books vs movies via the Broke and the Bookish
  • The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey – review
  • Ten Thousand Skies Above You by Claudia Gray – review
  • Written in Red by Anne Bishop – review
  • The Secrets of Dargon by Ciara Knight – blog tour
  • Weekend Reads | Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers – review

This Week’s Book Fix

Strings by David Estes (eARC via Author)

The Secrets of Dargon by Ciara Knight (eARC via Lady Amber’s Book Tours)

Arena by Holly Jennings (eARC via Netgalley)

Those We Fear by Victoria Griffith (eARC via Astor+Blue)

The Institute by Kayla Howarth (Kindle Freebie)

Aced by K. Bromberg (eBook purchase)

Chosen by Christine Pope (Kindle Freebie)

The Bionics by Alicia Michaels (Kindle Freebie)

Crossroads by Mary Ting (Kindle Freebie)

Broken Wings by Cameo Renae (eBook Purchase)

Tethered Wings by Cameo Renae (eBook Purchase)

Gilded Wings by Cameo Renae (eBook Purchase)

What are you reading this week?

This week is looking to be slightly warmer than the past week. All of our snow should be gone by tomorrow night, Tuesday at the latest. So we will go back to the routine of school. My sweet niece turns 6 this week and while we won’t get to be there I hope she has a marvelous day! Reading wise I have a few review books and library books to catch up on and I hope to do just that.

What are your plans this week?

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6 responses to “Sunday Post #61 – Snowpocalypse 2016

  1. School here was disrupted as well though we only got about an inch of snow. We do get ice periodically and it’s hard to predict so we had so many school closings. I hoping this week will be back to normal though I did enjoy a week of pajamas and Netflix. It sounds like our bad weather plans are pretty similar! You got some great books this week! Hope you enjoy them and have a fantastic week!
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  2. Sometimes I wish I lived someplace where there could be snow days. And then I remember I work in a profession that would require me to work anyway. Oh well. Wisful thinking. 🙂 It sounds like you and your family have made the most of the snow days. I hope you have a great week!
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