Sunday Post | 19th Edition

November 17, 2013 Sunday Post 13

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Basically it’s a chance to talk about the books you bought, borrowed, blogged about, and read for the week and what’s coming in the week ahead – and then share them with a much wider blogging community. Check out the details here.

I’m so excited – I finally caught up and stayed caught up!! This week I’ve been able to respond to all comments within the same day and actually visit a bunch of blogs! So yeah, I’m super excited. COYER is also going really well, everyone is blowing me away with how quickly they are reading and reviewing! I still need to catch up on reviews from this week, so I’ll be doing that this afternoon. Thanks to Cerian @ Rookie Romance for hosting last week’s mini-challenge – I loved reading everyone’s book spine poetry. This week Laura @ Music Plus Books is hosting the next mini challenge for COYER – The Acrostic Poem Challenge. So COYER Participants be sure to head over there this week for a chance to win. And don’t forget, participating in challenges earns you extra entries in the COYER grand prize!

Ok… so let’s talk about NaNoWriMo. I got a bit ambitious this month and decided to shoot for the stars. Looks like I might be making the moon… or ozone layer instead LOL. I’m just behind. I don’t have time for everything I’d like to do and so far I’m at 13,273 words, which isn’t horrible – but it’s also a good 8 days behind where I should be right now. I’m not giving up, but I don’t think 50K is going to happen. I’m going to keep trying to find time to write every day and at the very least I’ll have a great start on my writing!

That’s it for me – how was your week?

Last Week on the Blog


Sunday Post | 18th Edition


Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech Blog Tour | #COYER Book Review 4/5 stars!  Giveaway still open too!


Moon’s Flower Reveal | Puzzle Piece 1

Dead Dreams Blog Tour | Guest Post


Moon’s Flower Reveal | Puzzle Piece 2

North Pole Reform School by Jaimie Admans | #COYER Book Review 5/5 stars! 


 Moon’s Flower Reveal | Puzzle Piece 3

WIR| Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane (part 1)

Friday – Marie Hall Day (unofficially)

Moon’s Flower by Marie Hall | Cover Reveal

A Moment by Marie Hall | #COYER Book Review 5/5 stars!

Marie Hall | Free Book Friday


How much is too much? | Fun Questions

November Novella Knockout Mini Challenge 

This Week on the Blog Look For:

Sunday 11/17

Sunday Post | 19th Edition

Monday 11/18

Sunkissed by Carys Jones | #COYER Book Review

Tuesday 11/19

Teaser Tuesdays

Spellbound Series Promo

Wednesday 11/20

Vampire for Christmas by Felicity Heaton |#COYER Short Review

Thursday 11/21

WIR |Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane (part 2)

Friday 11/22

Laurel Osterkamp | Free Book Friday

November Surprise by Laurel Osterkamp | #COYER Short Review

Saturday 11/23

Are you really going to read that? | Fun Questions

Blogosphere Fun

This week The Book Nympho’s What The Feck (WTF) post was about Crying Over Books and featured a twitter conversation I found pretty funny.

This week’s Coffee Shop Talks was about Memes. As someone who likes them, but is hesitant about getting involved in too many, I found this discussion post interesting.

Nose Graze had a fun discussion post about losing someone you know as a subscriber.

Reanna @ Phantasmic Reads and Rachel @ Fiktshun are hosting a year-long reading challenge next year and sign-ups are now open. Check out the 2014 Review Pile Reading Challenge and set yourself up to get through that review list next year.

Carmal @ Rabid Reads had a feature this week asking “Do You Blindly Read A New Series By A Favorite Author?” and had some very interesting thoughts on the subject.

Between the Lines had an interesting post about Handling Book Review Requests – particularly the ones where your answer is no.

Rachel @ Parajunkee is asking us to Spill Our Guts! Go take her survey about book blogging and enter to win a $20 gift card! I look forward to seeing the results.

New Additions to My Shelf

I am so incredibly impressed with myself. Can you believe that this is all I picked up this week?

*click on links for Amazon or Audible*

How was your week?

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Berls has been a book lover her whole life. She reads pretty much every genre and is currently working hard at making her childhood dream of becoming an author come true. She loves sharing her thoughts about books, blogging, and just random fun stuff. She's a challenge and read-a-thon junkie, so it's no wonder that she loves co-hosting the COYER reading challenge. Leave a comment, Berls is always happy to chat!

13 Responses to “Sunday Post | 19th Edition”

  1. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    Good luck with NaNoWriMo! You’re right; even if you don’t make 50K, you’ll still be farther ahead than if you hadn’t done anything, so it’s all good.

    Thanks for the links to the blog posts — some good ones there I had missed.

    As for COYER, I’m glad it’s going so well! I wish I were doing better with it, though. Between a reading slump and several freelance deadlines, I’m not getting as many books read as I’d hoped. Let alone reviewed! Oh, well, maybe I can catch up a little this week.

    Anyway, have a terrific week!
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  2. Pamela D

    I must admit that I was all excited about doing NaNoWriMo early in the month and now there are just other things that I would rather do. Maybe things will turn around?
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  3. Bea @ Bea's Book Nook

    Good luck with your NaNo writing; just writing each day is an achievement!

    I had a light book week too, nothing wrong with that. 😀

    I missed a few of those articles, I’ll go check them out, thanks.

    • Berls

      You bet Trish! Sorry I took so long to respond, just been really overwhelmed lately. I agree – light book haul weeks are such a relief sometimes!

    • Berls

      Thanks Kimba. Clearly the getting caught up was short lived, but hopefully next semester will give me a break. The writing is coming along, even though NaNo is over, so maybe I’ll have a very rough draft by the end of the year?

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