Sunday, September 8, 2013

Unraveling Sundays

Unraveling Sunday Sunday Post

I'll be posting about what happened last week and what you might expect this week and anything else that has caught my attention. I'm linking up to the Sunday Post, a meme by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

What happened last week on Unraveling Words...



Featured Posts

What you can expect this week...


  • [ARC] Not A Drop To Drink by Mindi McGinnis
  • 15 Minutes by Jill Cooper


  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • Upcoming New Releases for the week of Sept. 16

Featured Posts

  • Book Spotlight: The Hidden Realms of Firestone
  • Book Blitz of American Girl on Saturn by Nikki Godwin


I like this new morning schedule that I have for my lab work now, so much better. I get way more time to blog, read and review, and even free time for homework! xD Just watched World War Z, pretty awesome movie. Really liked their take on zombies, they were damn vicious. Have any of you watched it?

Hope everyone has a great week!

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  1. Bea @ Bea's Book NookSeptember 8, 2013 at 9:35 AM

    I haven't seen World War Z but I'm not a big fan of zombies or horror. You did a lot of reading in August, wow!

  2. I loved the book WW Z so I am curious about the movie, glad you enjoyed it and that your schedule is going so well!

  3. Yes I did, was a good month :) I LOVE horror movies and WWZ got it just right.

  4. Thanks! :) You should definitely watch the movie. It was pretty great.

  5. I have heard some good things about the coldest girl in town. Im glad to see that you enjoyed it as well

    Michelle @ Book Briefs

    My Sunday Post and ARC giveaway

  6. I've been looking for someone saying something good about The coldest girl in coldtown, I started it this week and at first it just seems that the author wants to creat a los of tension but gives you no rest at all from the "tension". I'm looking forward to your review, maybe it will help me keep on going with this book :)

  7. It's just the writing style. The whole novel is has that vibe, but Tana and the stuff that happens live up to it towards the end.


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