{Weekly Wrap Up} Week of June 9th-15th

June 15, 2014 stacking the shelves, Sunday Post, update, weekly recap 45

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Hey guys! How has your week been?
HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO MY WONDERFUL FATHER AND TO ALL THE FATHERS OUT THERE!
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Books I got this week:

*Thank you so much to Samhain Publishing, Sourcefire Books and all of the authors for these awesome books! *
(Click on the book covers to go to the book amazon page)
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SIGNED(!) ARC from Publisher

I am super excited about these books. I have some romantic comedies that look hilarious and great, the second book in the lights camera action series that I love, and a SIGNED ARC of the 5th book in the Hundred Oak series by Miranda Kenneally. I squealed when I got that in the mail! 🙂

Weekly Recap

This week on the blog I brought you:
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Next Week on the Blog:
*Note: These are not final. Some posts may change*
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Monday:
{Review+Giveaway} Chasing Desire by Jennifer Dominico
Tuesday:
{Release} Perfect Kind of Trouble by Chelsea Fine
{Review} The Curse Breakers by Denise Grover Swank
Wednesday:
Waiting on Wednesday
{Review} Picture Perfect (Limelight #2) by Elisabeth Grace
{Review} Happy To Be Alive Because by Chelsea Jacobs
Thursday:
{Review} The Line that Binds
{Review} Boneseeker by Brynn Chapman
Friday:
{Review} The Accidental Socialite
Saturday:
{Giveaway} Midsummers nights dream hop!
{Review} Losing Logan by SherryFicklin
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This Week I have: 
Not much new to report. I am still working and looking for a new job.
Hanging out with my dad a lot this weekend. My dad wanted a fathers day weekend and not just the day. He is such a diva dad sometimes. haha But we are having fun relaxing, eating out and watching movies, so I have no complaints.
I also got to see some of my best friends from law school this weekend and that was great. I missed them so much.
Leave me links to your Sunday posts/stacking the shelves in the comments and I will check them out 🙂

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Michelle @ Book Briefs

45 Responses to “{Weekly Wrap Up} Week of June 9th-15th”

  1. kindlemom1

    All your books look great this week, congrats to you on all of them. Some of them are new to me and now I need to go look them up. 😉

  2. Cyn @ Book Munchies

    Wow, such a busy week! Also, yes to romantic comedies!! Those book look awesome, will have to check some out!
    Haha, Father’s week, glad you’re having fun! Good luck with the job hunt (:

  3. Heidi

    Hopefully you had a great day with your dad. I am bummed I got rejected for the Kenneally book. I didn’t realize it was Book Five of Hundred Oaks, I was under the impression it was a stand alone? I really want to read it, I will be anxiously watching for your review.

  4. tonyalee

    I hope you had a fun time with your dad! And good luck job hunting. Cause that’s fun (NOT)

    I love your books this week! Breathe, Annie, Breathe looks really good 🙂

  5. Dena

    I’m interested to see what you think of Breathe, Annie Breathe. I’ve been eyeballing it for a while, but I wasn’t sure about it. Have fun reading your new books!

  6. Dre @ Sporadic Reads

    The Sting of Summer looks intriguing, as well as Breathe, Annie, Breathe. I hung out with my dad this weekend, too, being Father’s Day and all. I do hope you find a new job soon! Have an awesome week ahead!

  7. Nina

    Stupid Girl sounds and looks very interesting. Def. adding that one to the wishlist.
    Enjoy the books you got! 🙂

  8. Heather Topham Wood

    Stupid Girl was such a tough book for me to review! I couldn’t for the life of me decide on a rating. I’ll be curious to hear your thoughts on it. Great book haul!

    • Michelle @ Book Briefs

      ooh, I will have to keep that in mind when I read it.

      Thanks Heather! What were you stuck between for the rating? Was it hating and liking? or between liking and loving? lol

  9. Candace

    It looks like you got some good books! I want to read the new Miranda book too. 🙂 And I’ve been enjoying romantic comedies a lot lately!

    • Michelle @ Book Briefs

      Romantic comedies get me every time Candace. It is one of those things that I just never seen to get tired of. (Maybe I shouldn’t be saying that though. haha)

      Have a great week and thanks for stopping by 😉

  10. Rachel @ Paper Cuts

    Ha! Diva dad! I love that! 😀

    I’m so curious about Breathe, Annie, Breathe! A book about running seems doubtful to me (running, ew!), but it sounds cute. Have a great week!

  11. Michelle

    It’s good to be able to spend quality time with your family. It’s good that your family have fun! 🙂

    I’ve come across Stupid Girl before and I thought the story is pretty interesting. Will be looking forward to your review on the book!

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