The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer that I am linking my Sunday Sum-Ups with. Stop by and say hello!
Happy Sunday! I hope everyone has enjoyed the weekend and found time to relax and read. I am skipping the Mini Review again this week as I am just not in a short story mood at the moment and buried in requests. I hope to bring the section back to the posts next week or soon.
As mentioned, my breaks continue to happen (unexpectedly) as I manage symptoms. The game plan for now is to simply blog and hop as I am able. Seems the natural course I know. But having a few features and commitments, it can be hard to deviate from the schedule (even when I take the extra step to convey no promised time frames). If I am honest, the worst part is not being as active on your posts and blogs. But I have hit a wall and it is time to exchange the stubborn for some needed self care.
Just a simple recap this Sunday and maybe a review later if I am able.
By Heather Demetrios
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.
Genre: YA Contemporary
Grace wants out. Out of her house, where her stepfather wields fear like a weapon and her mother makes her scrub imaginary dirt off the floors. Out of her California town, too small to contain her big city dreams. Out of her life, and into the role of Parisian artist, New York director—anything but scared and alone.
Enter Gavin: charming, talented, adored. Controlling. Dangerous. When Grace and Gavin fall in love, Grace is sure it’s too good to be true. She has no idea their relationship will become a prison she’s unable to escape.
Deeply affecting and unflinchingly honest, this is a story about spiraling into darkness—and emerging into the light again.
- Sunday I held the Belated Birthday Bash Drawing – Congratulations to Amy and Danielle!
- Goodreads Monday featured A Million Junes.
- Friday was a personal update with Life is Happening.
This week will I will try to post a few reviews. I still have about 6 waiting to be written. I have a possible spotlight soon that I am excited about also. Otherwise, I will be keeping it light. Wishing you each a week of peace and much reading.
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”