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This past week has been great here on the blog and in my life. Been working on my home, getting organized and a few other things. But even with all that, I a few great posts on the blog this week as well, which was very exciting to me. Including some fantastic book reviews and discussion posts.
Last Week On The Blog
- The Neumarian Chronicles Giveaways
- Balance (Review)
- Pendulum (Review)
- Escapement (Review)
- Ali Talks: Best and Worst YA Character that would or wouldn't survive dystopia
- In A Handful of Dust Survival Pack (Tea Time Rewind)
- Article 5 (Review)
- To This Day (Review)
This Upcoming Week On The Blog
- 30 Day Instagram Book Challenge
- Days 1 - 4 of The Book Challenge
- Sept. Wrap Up
- October TBR
- Ali Talks: How to tackle that reading schedule and list.
- Edge of You Blog Tour and Review
- Catching Fire (Review)
Around the Blogoshpere
- Over at YA Romantics, there is a great post about comparing and contrasting two amazing books. I really liked this post!
- Then over at Icey books there is a post about who should read The Heir Chronicles. There is also a giveaway with this one.
New Arrivals to Ali's Bookshelf
The Boy with the The Heart of Christmas Love's Fortune
Hidden Name by Brenda Novak by Laura Frantz
by Skylar Dorset
The Tucci Table Sacrifice Downtown Italian
by Stanley Tucci by Brigid Kemmerer by Joe Campanale
Broken Lessons I never learned at The Silence of Six
by Marianne Curley Meadowbrook Academy by E.C. Myers
by Liz Maccie
As Close As Sisters The Fine Art of Pretending Witchrise
by Colleen Faulkner by Rachel Harris by Victoria Lamb
A special thanks goes to the following publishing company's: Spencer Hill Contemporary, Adaptive Studios, Harlequin and Harlequin Teen, Diversion Books, Sourcebooks Fire, Andrews McMeel Publishing, Revell, Kensington Books, and Bloomsbury USA Children's Books for the above ARC's. Also Netgalley for letting me review for them.