Sunday Salon — Its The End of the Year As We Know It

Posted December 29, 2019 by stuckint in Stocking the Stacks, Sunday Post, Sunday Salon / 16 Comments

Like last week, we’re joining our friends around the blogosphere in Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer and Sunday Salon hosted by Readerbuzz and Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

This Week in Review

Monday- Bookish Podcasts: we hope everyone will find this post helpful and use it as a resource. / We also announced our first blog tour - Lie to me by Kaitlin Ward

Tuesday- Top Ten Tuesday where Haley shared her 10 favorite reads of 2019.

Wednesday- Christmas, so we spent the day with our families!

Thursday- Thursday Tea Time. We spilled the tea about our thoughts on DNFing (fight the stigma!)

Friday- Top of the Stacks Awards for our favorite Adult books we read in 2019.

Saturday- Top of the Stacks Awards for our favorite YA/MG Books we read in 2019.

Haley’s Recent Haul

Emily’s Recent Haul

Coming Up This Week

We will be wrapping up our giveaway on Wednesday, so make sure you have all your entries in.

Stay tuned for our monthly wrap up and January TBRs coming this Tuesday and Wednesday respectively

You’re also invited to a Thursday Tea Time where Emily and Haley will be debating the pros and cons of book buying bans - so come ready with your opinions!

Also - rumor has it January BOTM picks will be dropping tomorrow which means we will be ready with monthly predictions. So far we have been pretty close with both December and January predictions.

What About You?

Share what you’ve been up to this week! Did you get any new books? Have an awesome holiday? Post any fun posts? Share away! We can’t wait to hear about it!

16 responses to “Sunday Salon — Its The End of the Year As We Know It

  1. Ooh Great haul!! I like reading about Sunday Salon and Sunday Post! I’ll take part and write a blog post today too! Meanwhile, I have a Stacking the Shelves post up too!
    Priyanka @ A Booklion’s Hideaway

  2. Love Ilona Andrews and ooh is this your first time reading the Discovery of Witches? I didn’t learn to DNF until I was in my late 40s, but it was such a freeing thing. I no longer suffer book slumps and love exploring new genres and authors.

  3. shooting

    I hope you both had a lovely Christmas!!! Girl Made of Stars is a book club pick for one of the months in 2020 - I’m in a YA for Adults book club, and we know the books for every month already. I think it’s later in the year though.


    • stuckint

      Thank you so much! We hope you had a wonderful holiday as well!

      That sounds like an awesome book club!

      I am really excited to read Gitls Made of Stars.- Haley

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