Two birds one stone - I stumbled upon The Sunday Post Meme hosted by the lovely Caffinated Book Reviewer & the Stacking The Shelves meme hosted by the awesome Tynga's Reviews! It is quite similar to what I'm doing here with my Sunday musings - recapping the week in book blogging universe as well as letting you guys know about what books I bought or received.
HERE - leave a comment on the topic I shared or stay tuned for next Tuesdays Thoughts & Talks!
Along with this book blog, I have fun with a book instagram - bookstagram - bookbloggityblog! As the month of May continues, so does my #monthofmaybookchallenge! These were the photo challenges of the past week:
Day 4 : Character You'd Date (Noah Shaw!) , Day 5 : Book & Earbuds
Day 6 : Twirling Pages , Day 7 : Outdoor with a Book
Day 8 : Book in Another Language , Day 9 :Identical Imprints
As for the new books bought this week, I have three:
(Click any of the covers to read the official synopsis for them)
The first of the three is Whiskey & Charlie. An adult fiction, and from what the back cover I can get that the story is of twin boys Whiskey and Charlie who as children are best of friends but as they grow up, they fade into two very different boys, both in the shadows of each other. As adults, they lead completely different lives until one of them gets into a terrible accident that lands them in a come. When his other half's life is in jeopardy, one twin realizes that maybe he'll never be able to say all he needed to say after all this time. The synopsis really had me intrigued!
Second new book I bought this week is not really a 'new' read for me but I finally picked up a physical copy of my FAVOURITE contemporary romance novel, Tangled! This series was so funny and the characters were so sassy! Drew and Katherine both make millions in the world of investment banking. And both are vying for the top spot at the firm they both work at. Drew thinks it's his god-given right to be at the top - considering it's his dad's company - but Katherine just might knock him off his high horse. Suddenly Katherine has Drew on his toes, making him work harder than he has before, and not just for work but for her too. This book is too funny!
Last but not least is Sarah Dessen's Saint Anything! It was this beautiful book covers release week! So happy be-lated book birthday to it! I'm one of those dedicated Sarah Dessen fans so I just HAD to add this to the collection! I'm sure this book has made it onto a lot of shelves this week!
Question of the day for you folks: Would you want to be a twin?
HAPPY READING & SUNDAY!