The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news, post a recap for the week before, showcase books and things we have received, etc.
It’s that time again! I have my poll open for next month’s featured book and I’m hoping you all will take the time to vote. Once again I have some amazing books for featured book, so I can’t wait to see what ya’ll pick! Here are the books that you can vote for:
Cast your vote here: Vote for July’s Featured Book
Yesterday was our annual Autism 5K race in Akron. It’s the third year I’ve participated and the second year my son has joined me. Sadly, I wasn’t running this year, but we still did the 5K walk and were joined by his grandparents. It was a beautiful day and we had a lot of fun. But I can’t wait to run in next year’s race. I doubt I’ll ever be the kind of runner who can actually win, but for me it’s just about making it through.
I got some great news on Thursday. My issues with my financial aid might finally be solved and hopefully I’ll be able to start on the 29th or at the latest, next Fall. While I’ll only wind up having to do one evening a week during the summer, I am going to have to start preparing for how busy I will be in the Fall. Between subbing and school, I will be pulling 15 hour days. So I better enjoy as much of my free time as I can this summer!
Anyways, I hope you all are having a great weekend and that you have a great week!
All book covers are linked to my personal review of the book or it’s Goodreads or Amazon page.
2016 Dystopia Reading Challenge
2016 Horror Reading Challenge
2016 It’s New to Me Reading Challenge
2016 New Release Reading Challenge
Here’s my (general) upcoming TBR list in no particular order:
It’s been a busy week for me on the library front. I was finally able to make it back to book club. It’s been two months, but it was nice to see everyone again. This next month we’ll be reading What We Find by Robyn Carr. Once again, it doesn’t really look like something I would pick or even enjoy. But so far I’ve liked all of the other ones I wasn’t sure about (Except May’s. I didn’t even try and read it because I am not a fan of the author.) As for the rest… Read More
No new ARCs this week. I’m steadily making my way through my Netgalley and library books, so I’m definitely trying to take it slow on the ARC front. Besides, I’ll have a lot on my plate soon enough and the last thing I want is to be overstretched with a ton of ARCs.