Posts Categorized: Repeat the Week

Aug 18
Repeat the Week # 25

Repeat the Week # 25

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Night Film by Marisha Pessl: A fantastic mystery that’s getting a lot of hype; fortunately, it lives up to it. This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales: A realistic story of a girl’s struggle to escape the bullies who torment her. Features ARC August: Week 2 update of the read-a-thon hosted by Octavia of Read Sleep Repeat. Top Ten Tuesday: Books in a post-apocalyptic setting. Waiting on… Read more »


Aug 11
Repeat the Week # 24

Repeat the Week # 24

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon: A major disappointment with cheesy writing and a romance that seemed like bad NA. Features ARC August: Week 1 update of the read-a-thon hosted by Octavia of Read Sleep Repeat. Top Ten Tuesday: Books I wish had sequels. Waiting on Wednesday: The Troop by Nick Cutter.  Stephen King called this book “scary.” Stacking the Shelves: A nice variety of books this week: adult,… Read more »


Aug 04
Repeat the Week # 23

Repeat the Week # 23

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Gated by Amy Christine Parker: An intriguing and frightening novel about life inside a doomsday cult. Boy Nobody by Allen Zadoff: This tale of a teenage assassin was dark and twisting, and the ending completely shocked me. Features August New Releases: Taking a look at some of the new releases I’m most anticipating. Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite book endings. Waiting on Wednesday: Thin Space by Jody Casella Stacking the… Read more »


Jul 28
Repeat the Week # 22

Repeat the Week # 22

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Fifty Shades Darker by E.L. James: Yep, it’s bad. The Fury by Alexander Gordon Smith: This nearly 700 page book didn’t know whether it wanted to be a zombie story or a supernatural story. Features The Latest “Amazon is Evil” Dispatch: Amazon has made “a declaration of war” against the industry, according to a bookstore owner. SYLO Blog Tour: Interview with D.J. MacHale and giveaway Prep School… Read more »


Jul 21
Repeat the Week # 21

Repeat the Week # 21

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Insomnia by J.R. Johansson: Just might keep you up at night. Everbound by Brodi Ashton: Even better than Everneath, with an incredibly imaginative underworld. Features Breaking Glass blog tour: Interview with Lisa Amowitz and a fantastic giveaway. Waiting on Wednesday: Margot by Jillian Cantor Stacking the Shelves Giveaways Signed ARC of False Sight by Dan Krokos Breaking Glass Blog Tour Giveaway: ARC, necklace, and custom art How was your… Read more »


Jul 14
Repeat the Week # 20

Repeat the Week # 20

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead: Smart zombies just don’t work for me. Breaking Glass by Lisa Amowitz: An eerie mystery and ghost story.  And a giveaway! Contaminated by Em Garner: A sort-of zombie story that just didn’t work Features Read Rinse Repeat is reborn as Inspiring Insomnia: Same blog, new name. Top Ten Tuesday: Best and worst book to movie adaptations. Waiting on Wednesday: Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson… Read more »


Jun 23
Repeat the Week # 18

Repeat the Week # 18

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay: Even though I rated it 2 stars, I’m still recommending it because it has one of the highest overall ratings I’ve ever seen on Goodreads and Amazon. In the After by Demitria Lunetta: Along with The 5th Wave, add In the After to your list of alien invasion books to read this season. The Program by Suzanne Young: An interesting and… Read more »


Jun 16
Repeat the Week # 17

Repeat the Week # 17

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Charm & Strange by Stephanie Kuehn: The plot of this book makes it difficult to describe without spoiling, but just know that it’s pretty amazing. Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn: Equally parts of gore and spookiness. Interview Adrienne Kress, author of Outcast: Adrienne discusses her new book, angels, and the appeal of the bad boy. Features Game of Thrones: Musings on the finale. There once was a book… Read more »