The Sunday Post: The Russian Circus, Who You Gonna Call, and Pinterest

Welcome to the Sunday Post!

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Last Week’s Posts


Tuesday: Guest Post+Giveaway: A Very Witchy Yuletide by D. Lieber
Wednesday: Guest Post: Blood on the Page by Ev Knight
Thursday: Interview+Giveaway: Dance with Me by Judith Crow
Friday: Review+Giveaway: The Infamous Frankie Lorde 1: Stealing Greenwich by Brittany Geragotelis

This Week’s Posts

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Monday: Review+Giveaway: Calla by Christina Bauer
Tuesday: Excerpt+Giveaway: Centricity by Nathaniel Henderson
Wednesday: Interview+Giveaway: Songs of Autumn by Lauren Sevier

In Other News…

Greetings from another crazy busy week. That happens when projects with quick deadlines show up, but it’s all good. I perfected organization in elementary school (my report card said so), so I’m on track.

Another Halloween successfully navigated! The boyfriend found Halloween Town High and Return to Halloween Town DVDs at Walmart, so we now own those. I’m a bit surprised he got them since Disney Channel original movies from the 90s/early 2000s is more my thing, but we watched them both, as well as Hocus Pocus this weekend. The HT movies were a bit predictable but also a fun blast to the past. I also managed a blast-from-the-past costume, thanks to my bestie sending me the necklace pictured for my birthday. “The Russian Circus—I think it's still in here.” (The animated Anastasia for those not in the know.)


And my big announcement this week…I joined Pinterest! I have one lovely board and a few lovely followers, but otherwise, it’s pretty quiet over there. So if you wanna be friends, I’d love to have you. I’m at KitNKabookle and have figured out how to follow back and everything.


In books
cover of Dance with Me by Judith Crow

I read this for review. Cute and fun with a cool setting. Review coming on Nov 11.

cover of The Rosewood Chronicles 3: The Lost Princess by Connie Glynn

That feeling when you get to read the third book in a trilogy that you loved the first two books in. Yeah, that feeling. I’m in the middle of this one and loving it!

We continue Halloween movie madness, including the Halloween Town ones mentioned above. I also saw Ghost Busters for the first time (I know, how did I get this far in life?), and I’ve been wandering around the house saying “who you gonna call,” probably much to the chagrin of everyone else here. Oh, and the boyfriend surprised me by putting on Casper without my knowledge one night (seriously, he’s the best), which has a Ghost Busters reference that I can more fully appreciate now. Hotel Transylvania made it onto the docket too.

What are you up to this week? Drop me comments about your life because I love comments. Or recommend books/movies, because I love those too.

Til next time!

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  1. Nice Anastasia look! We didn't really do much, except eat candy. lol None of us are into horror movies. I love organization and find it ever helpful. Have a lovely week and thankfully the election ads should end.

    Anne - Books of My Heart

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    1. Oh, election ads. They can find me anywhere but can't figure out if I've already voted or not. *sigh* Thanks for stopping by!

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