Sunday Post (#16)

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Hey hey hey, and HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all the bookish mommy penguins lurking out there!  I hope you got lots of peace, snuggly relaxation, and CAKE (or pie) today!

Also, HUGE happy 7 years of putting up with me and laughing at all the stupid things I say and nevereverevereverEVER letting the world drag me down day to the hubby! (as in years together, not years married.  cool your ness, guys, I’m not THAT old yet!)

 

Happy anniversary, baby.  I love you!

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Surviving High School, by Lele Pons/Melissa de la Cruz

Camp Midnight, by Steven T. Seagle

Anya and the Shy Guy, by Suze Winegardner

ThisWeek'sPenguins

Bookmark Monday (#23)

Villainous Love Songs (#6)

Cover Reveal/Giveaway: The Summer of Lost Wishes

Friday Finds (#25)

Stacking the Shelves (#17)

How to Hide Your Inner Book Nerd

Happy Mother’s Day!

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Five Seven Five (The Boy With Words #1)

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Nereyda @ Nick and Nereyda’s Infinite Book Blog wants to know… Do You Ever Second-Guess Your Negative Reviews?

Pages Unbound Reviews wants to tell you… Why I Hate Most Literary Twins

Zoe @ Readabilitea wants to discuss… The Secret Blog

Kaitlin @ Reading is My Treasure wants to tell you… How NOT to Read a Book

AND THAT’S A WRAP!

Have any fun stories you’d like to share?  How about book recs?  Music?  Funny Disney spoof videos?  Adorable animals doing adorable things?!  Feel free to share down below–or link me to your own weekly wrap up!

Until next time, happy book-ing!

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14 thoughts on “Sunday Post (#16)

  1. Gosh, my heart skips a bit every time I see a Mother’s Day post! In France, we don’t celebrate mothers before the end of May, so I always get confused and think I have muddled the dates… until I realize we don’t all live in the same country, haha!

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