Sunday, December 16, 2012

The Sunday Post - December 16th

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Here's what's been happening at Socrates' Book Review Blog this week...

Blog Tours I Hosted 

Monday - A Novel Way to Die by Ali Brandon (and a book giveaway too!)
Tuesday - Eve's Hallow and the Book of Shrieks by Robert Gray (blog tour)
Wednesday - Ride the Tiger by Pat-Silver Lasky (review and blog tour)
Friday -    A Hard Act to Follow by Henry Bushkin (I will be posting a review on December 27th)

Posts This Week

Monday - What Are You Reading?

Tuesday - Teaser Tuesdays

Thursday - Cat Thursday
                  Booking Through Thursday

Friday -     Feed My Reader Friday
                 The Friday 56
                 Follow Friday Four Fill In Fun Blog Hop

Book Giveaways 

A Novel Way to Die by Ali Brandon

Upcoming Blog Tours/Reviews Next Week



That's about it for me. What was your week like?


  1. I look forward to your tour stop of Maybe Too Good to Be True. Awesome week on the blog! The Sunday Post

  2. What a lovely post....your week looks good, and I'm curious about your reads. Love the cover of The Disappearance of Grace.

  3. Both of those books are new to me, so a big thanks for showing me something different. I will look for your reviews.

  4. I'll add this meme to my Memes Page when I get a chance! Enjoy your reading this week, Yvonne.


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