Sunday, February 15, 2015

Sunday Post #115

Sunday Post is a weekly post hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
Each week bloggers participate to share any books received and news from their week.

Click on the book covers to be taken to its Goodreads page. The Buy Link, if available, is below each book cover.

Ruby Circle (Bloodlines #6) by Richelle Mead
Buy Link: Amazon

The Thorn and the Sinking Stone by CJ Dushinski
Buy Link: Amazon


Review - Never Never by Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher (4 stars)



Tentative Posts:
Teaser Tuesday
Waiting on Wednesday
Feature & Follow
Planned Posts:
Review - The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon
ARC Thursday Review - True Calling by Siobhan Davis

Ah, Valentine's Day. So, it's true; my husband and I don't typically celebrate Valentine's day because we both agree it's just a ploy to make people spend money on candy and junk. We would rather do things for each other throughout the year anyway, and (mostly) we are both pretty practical so we can't see spending money on junk we don't need. With that said, I do enjoy making Valentine's for my kids to give to their classmates and I do enjoy doing a little something for my 3 Valentine's, even if it's small. As promised last week, below are the Pinterest-inspired Valentine's my daughter and I made for her classmates. My son, the big 7th grader that he is, doesn't get to enjoy the fun of those kind of parties anymore. 

"You're Really Grape!" for the boys:

No cute saying, but super cute nail polish, hair ties and hand made tags for the girls:

Enjoy your week, friends!
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. YAY for The Ruby Circle!!! And dude! I wish Ash had been in my class when I was in school! :)

  2. The gifts are adorable! :) I have yet to start on the Bloodlines series, I should do it soon, everyone seems to love it!

    Hope you enjoy your books this week! :)

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  3. The gifts are really cute and I like the creativity behind them. Ruby Circle looks good. I'm so far behind on that series. Only have read the first one in that series.

    Grace @ Books of Love

  4. I love doing crafts for any holiday so that is the only part I really enjoy about Valentine's Day!

  5. Oh the crafts are adorable! What fun! We have a low key Valentine's Day as well. We stay home and let the little one choose the menu. This year it was macaroni and cheese and milkshakes! Have a great week and enjoy your new books!

  6. I adore your Valentine's crafts. I miss having a young one to do that with. I am working on Christmas decorations for this year. I'll have to wait for the next cotton harvest to get enough to finish them though. I make Southern Snowballs and attach fun sayings to them.
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