Sunday Post (Weekly Wrap Up March 6th – 12th)

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

This meme was created for bloggers to spotlight posts they published in the week, as well as to talk about what they plan to write in the week that’s coming.

Sunday post is also great opportunity to showcase books we got in the week behind us.

Hi Guys!

I know I am a bit late with my Sunday Post, but since I didn’t schedule one, and I was at my sister today (we just came back few minutes ago), I realized now it’s the perfect time to write and post one.

Believe it or not, this week I haven’t read a book. I read, but almost nothing. I guess I’m in a reading slump.

What I did this week was cleaning my house and reorganizing my book shelves.
When I was done, I decided to get rid of 43 books.
I found the new owners for more then a half of them, but there are still 16 books that need a new owner.

 

Last week on Book Dust Magic:

Monday: I reviewed The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty 

Tuesday: I posted my February Wrap Up 

Wednesday: I reviewed Annabel Lee by Mike Nappa

Saturday: I reviewed Cruel Beautiful World by Caroline Leavitt

 

Next week on Book Dust Magic:

Upcoming reviews:

  

Book Haul:

For review:

 Lovely people from Simon & Schuster sent me this beautiful hardback edition of Orange Blossom Days. I will definitely read this one next.

 I was so happy when I got approved for eARC of this novel on Edelweiss.

 I couldn’t wait so I started Things That Happened Before the Earthquake yesterday. So far it’s good, but I’m only 15% in.

 

That is it!
Let me know what’s been going on with you, what you’ve been reading or watching this week and feel free to leave your links so I can visit you.
Have a lovely Sunday!

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November Wrap Up + Book Haul

November was a really, really good reading month for me. I finished 11 books, 10 of them were novels and one was non fiction (memoir + advices on writing).
I think I would read even more if there wasn’t one particular book that took me ages to finish.

These are the books I read during November:

snowflakes one-christmas-in-paris malaren-a-swedish miracle-on-5th the-christmas-project a-year-and-a-day on-writing what-alice-knew-second there-is-always-more-to-say cruel-beautiful-world roseblood

My favorite book of the month: miracle-on-5th

 

Book Haul:

I had so much luck when it comes to giveaways this month, it’s insane!
I feel like when it’s your time to win some giveaways, refflecopter will pick you again and again, until it stops.
And I guess November (and October) was the time when luck was on my side.

These are the books I collected in November:

Purchased: chocolate-lovers-christmas

For review: there-is-always-more-to-say annabel-lee deep-water the-witchfinders-sister chris-aslan local-poet the-little-teashop-of-lost-and-found i-was-a-bitch someone-elses-summer the-other-sister my-super-sweet gilded-cage a-list-of-cages

Won: 06042012097 crimson-bound just-for-christmas the-return-of-norah-wells

 

That is it! I think this would be enough books collected for this year, what do you think?

 

Also… some changes on Book Dust Magic…

I decided that from this month on, I will post weekly wrap ups on Sundays. Those will be in Sunday post form, as many bloggers already have on their blogs.
The reason why I decided to post weekly wrap ups is to make it easier to follow my book hauls, but also to motivate myself to post regularly.
I often plan to write about something but then I don’t, so I figured out if I tell you in my Sunday post what is planned for the next week, there’s a bigger chance it will actually be posted.

 

Anyway, I hope November was a great month for you guys!
Please let me know if you read a great book or if you added some new books to your collection?