Saturday, September 27, 2014
Sunday Post #63 Frightfall is here!
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
It's Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
The leaves are starting to show a little color and the air has a bite to it- sure signs that October is very close. There are a lot of fun things going around in the blogosphere this time if year, including some readathons. The Frightfall readathon starts on Monday and runs all week. It's not too late to join if you want to read some frightful stuff this week! The details can be found at Seasons of Reading.
I'm still reading Insurgent and enjoying it, although it does seem like Tris and Four are spinning their wheels a bit. I'm also jumping into my Frightfall reads, and hoping to get through two books for that- although that probably won't happen.
I also joined Sci-Fi Month, hosted by Rinn reads and Oh, The Books. I seem to be joining a lot of stuff lately, but they all sound fun and Sci-Fi Month in particular should be a good one, with a whole month of reviews, discussions and other sci- fi goodness. I have some book and movie reviews already planned out.
Review: 13 Treasures - a great read for this time of year.
Frightfall Read-a-thon Kick Off
Sunday Post #62 Read-a-thons- one scary, one merry
Teaser Tuesday # 31 - a girl on the run
Thursday: Review: 13 Secrets - the conclusion of the 13 trilogy, and the best one
Review: Blackbird (maybe)
Sunday: Frightfall read-a-thon Wrap Up post
There's a fun new meme called ReadPlayBlog hosted by Happy Indulgence and Read Me Away. It's about gaming and books, discussions and game recommendations. Check it out!
Also Read Me Away has a nice review of Landline by Rainbow Rowell.
Angela's Anxious Life reviewed The Mze Runner film.
Anna Carey explains why she wrote Blackbird in the second person. Worth a read since this caused a lot of controversy about the book.
Megan from Reading Away The Days had a nice guest post this week at Kimba;s Caffeinated Book Reviewer- Are You Ever Too Old To Read YA? Lots of great comments.
I'll leave you with this.