The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~ It's a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
This week consisted of a lot of running around. I had a hair appointment on Tuesday. When I went to leave the house I realized that my car had a flat tire. I did a little something different with my hair color, but I'm really liking the look of it. It's a bonus that the technique is supposed to be lower maintenance than the highlights I was getting. Thursday I had a dentist appointment. And then Friday Little Girl and I went to the local flea market to visit my aunt's booth. The weather has been so lovely this week. Last weekend we had temps in the 20s and this week it was literally 78 degrees. It's crazy. But I've been taking advantage of it and getting outside every day.
Monday: Review of Like a River Glorious (The Gold Seer Trilogy, # 2) by Rae Carson (3.5 Stars)
Tuesday: Top Ten 2016 Releases I Didn't Read (but plan to)
Wednesday: Waiting on Flame in the Mist (Flame in the Mist, # 1) by Renee Ahdieh
Monday: Review of The Radius of Us by Marie Marquardt
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday
Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday
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Mr. President (White House Duet, # 1)
By: Katy Evans
Published: November 5th 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary
Source: Personal Kindle Library
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Goodreads description--From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Katy Evans comes a sizzling new contemporary romance.
He's won the hearts of millions. But is he willing to lose his?
I met the president’s son when we were both young. Matthew Hamilton was handsome, polished, and intelligent. I’d never met a boy like him.
He promised me that he’d never run for president. I promised that if he did, I’d be by his side.
Three terms later, an invitation to join Matthew Hamilton’s campaign is the most exhilarating opportunity I’ve ever experienced. I'm determined to make a difference; he is determined to win.
Focused on his goal, Matt is steadfast, ruthless, and disarming. All eyes are on him and his popularity is surging. But soon, the next possible president of the United States is possessing me in more ways than one—and despite the risks, I'm helpless to resist.
We're stealing touches, stealing moments, and stealing away at night. But our chemical connection is quickly becoming dangerously combustive, putting not only my heart, but Matt's chance at the presidency on the line.
Winning will take everything.
Walking away will be the hardest thing of all.
Lies We Believe About God
By: William Paul Young
Expected Publication: March 7th 2017 by Howard Books
Genre: Non-fiction, Christian, Spirituality
Source: Publisher via NetGalley (Thank you!!)
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Goodreads description--From the author of the twenty million plus copy bestselling novel The Shack and the New York Times bestsellers Cross Roads and Eve comes a compelling, conversational exploration of the wrong-headed ideas we sometimes have and share about God.
Wm. Paul Young has been called a heretic for the ways he vividly portrays God’s love through his novels. Here he shares thirty-three commonly uttered and sometimes seemingly innocuous things we say about God. Paul exposes these as lies that keep us from having a full, loving relationship with our Creator.
With personal anecdotes and sharing the compassion readers felt from the “Papa” portrayed in The Shack—soon to be a major film starring Sam Worthington and Octavia Spencer—Paul encourages readers to think anew about important issues including sin, religion, hell, politics, identity, creation, human rights, and helping us discover God’s deep and abiding love.
That's it for my shelves and recaps of my past and upcoming week. What did you add to your shelves this week? Any bookish news you want to talk about? Let me know!