Sunday Post & Book Blog Hop #4

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.

I have had quite laid back week. Works been a bit hectic and we’ve had some stresses at home but all in all nothing a good book and a cuddle with the kids and hubby can’t cure.

This week in my bookish world:

Books read:

The Wind Mage (Chosen Kings #1). This one was given in exchange for an honest review and released on the 19th May. You can check out my review here.

The Wolf At My Door by Sam Hall. A very hot and fast burn RH

Cry Wolf by Sam Hall. Second book in the Pack Heat series…

What am I reading right now?

Thrown to the Wolf by Sam Hall. Third book in the Pack Heat series.

All three books can be found on KU if your interested… I can vouch for them. As you can see I have obviously been unable to put them down and have pretty much had to devour them one after the other. Our FMC Jules is fierce and independent and the relationship with her and her pack is fun, hot and really realistic. None of that Insta LOVE nonsense. She actually gets to know her men before full on committing to them.

What’s up next?

The Girl Next Door by Chelsea M. Came. Got this one to review from Netgalley and very excited to get going on it.

So… I have decided to add my usual Saturday post of Stacking the Shelves @ Tynga’s Book reviews & Reading Reality to the Sunday post cos I feel like it falls in with the whole Sunday Post vibe…

So this week my KU has been very busy… And a few books for review received so excited to get going on some and have already enjoyed some of the other ones.

How it works:

  1. Post an answer to the weekly question
  2. Link up to the post on the lovely Ramblings of a coffee addicted writer
  3. Visit a few other posts – make some new friends, follow a few folks and maybe have some visitors fly by your very own blog.

This week’s question:

If I’ve read it, loved it (AND the cover) then hells to the yes. What is the point to having a book collection that is only electronic? How on earth would I read my favourites once the zombies take over the world and there is no more electricity to charge my phone?

Well I hope you had a book filled week just like I did. Enjoy the rest of your week 🙂 Be safe.


  1. Ha ha, that is a strong argument for hoarding hard copy books and I definitely agree to your answers.

  2. I’ve been hoarding hard cover books as well. I’ll have to take a picture of them, their all under my son’s slide. Hope you’re getting to all of them, and I agree with you , that a good book can help take off the stress. But it really has to be good!!!!lol this is my first time to your blog. find me

  3. Lol! Love your BBH answer, Angelique! The short answer for me is generally no. However, if I’ve read an ebook by a favourite author that I’d like to get signed one day then yes! 💜😊
    I hope you enjoy the rest of your week, stay safe and healthy.
    Here’s my BBH Post
    Flora x

  4. I love your answer to the BBHOP question. All of it. LOL So true.

    You must be enjoying Sam Hall’s books! The do sound good!

    I hope this week will be a good one for you with less stress.

  5. Ugh! Don’t even mention no electricity with everything else going on in the world :O While I do have to fight the rest of my family for the charger from time to time, I do most of my reading on my kindle, but I do love having a back up stash of print books 😉

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