Sunday Post. The Spooky Season is Upon Us πŸ‘»

Sunday, 29 September 2019

 Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviews.
It seems that Sunday Post has become a monthly meme instead of a weekly one for me. πŸ˜… I fear I'll be repeating myself, but I just don't know how to do all of this at the same time. I'm starting to feel like I'm drowning. Or maybe I'm just panicking all the time. I no longer know what to do keep everything together. 😟

This past weeks in my life:

🍁 Lots of stress and panicking. 
🍁 My life has become a loop - house-train-work-train-house. When I get home, I don't feel like doing anything but crash on the couch/bed and not move. I feel I should be worried about this... 
🍁 I discovered this fellowship that I'm very excited about and I'm sending my application. Wish me luck!   
🍁 Finally, I was able to upload two new designs on my Redbubble store. These are Halloween-themed and perfect for every bookworm who loves the spooky season.



  • My review-less blog finally has some reviews! πŸ˜„ If you remember me freaking out about A Spark of White Fire by Sangu Mandanna, it is no surprise that I just freaked out about A House of Rage and Sorrow. Apologies for all the gushing on my review.  
  • As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I was very lucky to learn that I was part of The Deathless Girls Blog Tour. If you love tales about sisterly love and discovering one's inner strength, about the darkness that inhabits the human heart and the search for hope and love in the darkest places, then this books is for you. 
 
Many pre-orders arrived at my mailbox throughout September (I really need to pre-order more books instead of buying them after release; I still can't believe I only paid 10 euros for a hardback copy of Capturing the Devil). However, I'm only sharing with you the two books that I bought this week for my Kobo: Becoming the Dark Prince by Kerri Maniscalco, a novella, and Once Upon a Forest, an anthology.

Are you ready for the spooky season? What will you be reading?

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18 comments :

  1. The new designs are beautiful! I wish I could do stuff like that. Good luck with the fellowship. I hope they pick you!

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  2. Yesss for spooky season! I am READY! Once Upon a Forest looks super good! I haven't heard of it but I'm definitely off to check it out.

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  3. I'm sorry to hear about the endless work/home loop that's leaving you drained! It royally sucks when that happens. Fingers crossed you manage to break the loop soon!
    I'm so ready for spooky season! I love this time of year. :)

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  4. Good luck with the fellowship!! I hope it comes through for you!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  5. Good luck with the fellowship! I hope you get some relief from your drudgery. Enjoy your new books!

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  6. I'm definitely ready for spooky season. It's my favorite time of the year! I get into those work-commute-home-fall into bed exhausted loops too and they're no fun. I hope you can break out of it soon. Good luck with the fellowship!

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  8. The spooky set up is super cute!!! Good luck on the fellowship!!

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  9. Halloween isn’t really a thing here, but I’ll probably add a spooky themed book to my reading schedule.

    Have a great reading week, and fingers crossed you get the fellowship

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  10. Love the designs. Very lovely. I hope you get the fellowship. Good luck

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  11. Sorry you are experiencing such stress and panic.
    Funny thing about that revolving work/travel/home loop. Such a life thing. :-/
    Once Upon an Enchanted Forest looks like one I would like.
    Maybe you can find time for some relaxing reading. Have a good week.

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  12. Ah I feel you on the train-work-train as a fellow commuter I totally understand why you feel tired at the end of the day. So good luck on your internship and I hope it's close to home!

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  14. Sorry I'm late to the party!! (I was at the hospital all week. So I totally know about wanting to drop when you get home!) ❤️ I LOVE your designs Tania. I'm not particularly a fan of Halloween but I love the little ghosts. I hope the fellowship works out for you though!! The anthology cover is super gorgeous! I hope you love it.

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  15. I'm retired now, but I definitely remember the days of drive-work-drive-home and crashing on the couch. Work is exhausting. People should not have to work this hard.

    Thanks for sharing House of Rage and Sorrows. I always like to look for books others have loved.

    Have a great week!

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  16. Aww I hope the weeks get better for you. Sounds like a lot of stress and not much break in between to have time for yourself. Good luck on the internship!

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  17. Wishing you a successful fellowship application!
    The Deathless Girls does sound good.
    Have a great reading week

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  18. I feel you on the review-less blog thing. I rarely review books it seems because I take forever to FINISH any. If I waited to post on my blog until I could review something, there would be like maybeeeee a post a month lol. I hope you have a great week :)

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