Sunday, August 10, 2014

The Sunday Post #35: Week of August 4, 2014

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

I think I'm still recovering from my trip to Atlanta and from reading/finishing what I am calling The Most Depressing Book on the Face of the Planet. Seriously, folks, I think I'm going to have to go into therapy after reading The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb! Now I've jumped over to the complete opposite and am reading Divine Misfortune by A Lee Martinez. I needed to laugh again after 700 pages of almost pure sadness.

I've been on the road most of the day today so I might have more coming up this week. Saturday is generally my post writing/blog planning day, but I lost that time today. So I apologize in advance for what may be some scattered thoughts and lack of comments on this week's Sunday Posts.

What's Happening on the Center Stage

  • Monday: Book Review #31: "Voracious" (Bad to the Bone #2) by Jade Eby
  • Tuesday: Cover Reveal: Breaker (Ondine Quartet #4) by Emma Raveling
  • Wednesday: A Note from the Director: A Few of My Favorite Things #2
  • Thursday: Feature and Follow #213: Follow the Leader
  • Friday: Quote of the Week #34: Louis L'Amour. This quote got some comments. You should check it out and tell me what you think. Do you agree?

Don't forget about this!

  • Ashley from Nosegraze has an awesome Kickstarter project that is looking for funding. LitRate is a new literary community that will be like Goodreads, but way more awesome. Ashley and her husband are listening to the literary community and what they want and you have a chance to be a part of it. If you are able, kick in a couple dollars (or more) if your budget can handle it. Even if you can't kick in some dough, spread the word via your blog, Facebook and Twitter. Check out LitRate.com to learn more!

  • What's Waiting in the Wings
    What's Happening on Other Stages
    In an effort to share great content I find all week long and promote the blogs a visit frequently, I encourage you to follow me on Twitter and Facebook as I'm posting links there throughout the week that I find that might be of interest to my followers.
    What did you read or watch this week? Anything good? Something I should add to my to-read or to-watch list?