The Sunday Post 91519 #sundaypost #weeklyrecap #orangecountyreads

What’s Up Bookworms?!

How was your week?

We had some slightly cooler days last week thank goodness. My birthday was Tuesday and I did an Instagram giveaway which was super fun. I asked friends to tell me their favorite birthday memories and really enjoyed everyone’s answers. One person got a new car, others remembered dress up or theme parties or a Barbie car. One of my favorites was someone’s grandma brought spaghetti and meatballs to their class – plus cake!

Next week I’ll be mailing about 25 winners one of their two book choices, so they’ll be surprised when they open their package!

On Friday, I joined a fun cover reveal for a new book that comes out in April. Kristy Woodson Harvey’s latest title is Feels Like Falling.

In her warmest, wittiest, and wisest novel yet, Kristy Woodson Harvey delivers a discerning portrait of modern womanhood through two vastly different lenses. Feels Like Falling is a beach bag essential for Harvey fans—and for a new generation of readers.”


In other news, I read two super cute books last week. Oddly, both had main characters that were heartthrob movie stars!

Waiting for Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey was a birthday gift and it was a sweet and light-hearted romance. It had tons of lines and characters from all my favorite 90s romcoms. Even some D&D references I just had to share with the hubby.

The Speed of Falling Objects by Nancy Richardson Fisher was an excellent YA book that will definitely make my Best of 2019 lists. I was rooting for the brave and colorful characters and aching for Dani who just wanted to spend time with her dad – who was an egotistical ass****. The Amazon rainforest setting was its own living character – absolutely breathtaking yet brutal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

My current read is: Everything You Are by Kerry Anne King which has the most gorgeous cover. It’s another really beautiful story with a complex drama that has me completely enthralled.

Next week I am SUPER excited to be attending a book signing with David Yoon discussing his new book Frankly in Love. Even better, it looks like several women from our reader group “SoCal Booksta” will also be there and I can’t wait to meet them in person.

Also next week, look for my review of the new book by Northern California author, Rebecca Rosenberg: The Secret Life of Mrs. London.

Lastly, here are a few links I found interesting this past week.

Cynspo Lifestyle Blog has 50+ Fall Content Ideas

The next Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon is October 26. Sign up here.

Winner for most unusual bookmark? You decide.

So… How was your week?

What are you reading? Do you love it? Let’s chat in the comments!


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Jaymi at OrangeCountyReaders

Life’s too short to read boring books amirite?

2 thoughts on “The Sunday Post 91519 #sundaypost #weeklyrecap #orangecountyreads

  1. Ok Jaymi…..drop everything and read The Dearly Beloved! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Best of year for me (if you loved A Place For Us, you get me!)….putting it on my lifetime fav list and will push it on every reader I know!

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