27 May 2012

The Sunday Session #5





Welcome to The Sunday Session! A Sunday Session is an Australian tradition usually held in pubs on a Sunday afternoon where people feeling a bit 'fragile' from a big weekend can listen to some chilled out music, have a late lunch, catch up with friends and maybe indulge in a little hair-of-the-dog. Usually on a Sunday I mooch about, read blogs, check out new releases and book news and just generally do SFA - so what better opportunity to look back at the past week's reading, posts and the new books I've picked up and see what's coming up this week!


A small change this week - I'm not going to include the book that I've read this week as they are included in my It's Monday! What Are You Reading? post.

And this week I'm on holidays - yayy!!!

Last Weeks Happenings

It was a very review-y kind of week last week - I didn't have time (or to be honest, the motivation) to do many features posts, and I have a huge amount of reviews still to be posted, so it was great to catch up on some of them

Author Interview & Review: 77 Days in September by Ray Gorham


New Books



See that blank space?  Yep, I have NO NEW BOOKS this week.  No kindle freebies, no cheap deals.  Nada.  

Coming Up Next Week

Review: Meat by Joseph D'Lacey
Review: Fracture by Megan Miranda
Review: Outside by Shalini Boland
Feature: The World Ends on Wednesday

But most excitingly, on June 1:





So that's everything for me this week - leave me your links to your new books, weekly wrap-ups, whatever.  I want to see!


8 comments:

  1. I've been wanting to read Fracture forever so I'll definitely try to remember to stop by for the review!
    My Stack

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  2. I enjoyed fracture, I hope you like it too!

    My post is here:
    Sunday Shout Out

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  3. Sorry you didn't get any books this week, but now you have a chance to catch up on your TBR stack! Need to catch up on my reviews, as I'm about 4-6 behind. I love the off-weeks, as it takes a little of the pressure off. :)

    Enjoy your holiday!

    Here's my book haul.

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  4. No new books means you can catch up! :)
    Looking forward to your reviews.

    Michelle's Book Haul

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  5. I'm SO happy to be on holiday! Not going anywhere, not doing anything, but that's part of the reason I'm so excited - I'm planning on reading until my eyeballs fall out!

    Having no books this week (for about the first time ever), is a nice feeling - maybe I'll finally get that TBR moving downwards instead of upwards!

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  6. Sometimes it's a blessing to get no new books! lol Hope you get caught up! I am wicked behind on my reviews and it is stressfull!!

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  7. 'NADA!'. LOL. I've had a few weeks like that, too. Great ones for actually reading. :P

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