Sunday with the Bookworms {9} … with Exile, Wondrous Strange and Vacation!

Posted 10 August, 2014 by Heather in Blog, Bookworms, Danny, Heather, Pushy, Sunday with the Bookworms / 8 Comments

Welcome Friends! Do you have a Coffee or a Tea? Then sit down and chat a little bit about your week with us!

Like every week, Heather, Pushy and Danny are sharing what they read and other exciting things happened in their lives!


*image from the wonderful Seth MacBeth

Heather’s Week

I’ve had a super busy week, both on the home front and with work. We’re so busy at work that I worked overtime on Saturday. And on a sad note, my best work friend had her last day Friday since she took a promotion and will be working at our Headquarters on the East Coast. But we sent her off with a fun night out in Chicago, but that made for a very hard time getting up to work on a Saturday. I also took my son for his Kindergarten screening tests and we bought him his first dirt bike all in the same day this week, so I’m a bit emotional on many fronts with those things.

I flew right through Exile by Kevin Emerson. It was an enjoyable book, but it was a bit rushed. I will be checking out the sequel when it comes out next year. Next, I began Soul Cutter by Lexa Cain. I’m about 25% into this horror novel so far, and I’m really liking it.


Don’t forget to check out my review of JL Bryan’s Fairy Luck and enter to win a 4 ebook box set of the first four books in the Songs of Magic series.

Pushy’s Week

Wow, Heather!!!  That’s a lot going on!!!  Things have been hectic here but not quite as emotional.  After 2 weeks of relatively normal work schedule, I just got my new insane project at work, so things will be extra crazy through the end of the year.  *sarcastic yay!*  Also, all the construction on my house from the water leak was started last week, so my house is insane.  Not so bad while the little foxes were gone on vacay last week but now that they’re home…yeah….construction needs to finish FAST!  On the plus side, my house is going to look so nice!

On the reading front, in need of an escape from the crazy around me, I’ve turned to two great fantasies, one I’ve read already and one I haven’t.  New to me is the Wondrous Strange series by Lesley Livingston.  I’d seen them around but I hadn’t been in a “fairy” story mood for a while, but I am now, so I’m finally getting a chance to delve into them.  As for my re-read:  I’m re-reading The Selection series for my book club.  I hope they all love it as much as I have!  I’m definitely enjoying the re-read!

wondrous strange the selection

Last week, the hubz and I started a new (to us) series:  Continuum.  We’re loving it!!!!  So with all this fantasy in place, wish me luck that I can sail through the final week(s) of construction without going insane!!!


Danny’s Week

Danny’s out of town this week, dear readers!  She’s getting a MUCH deserved rest with her parents.  But don’t fret!!  She’ll be back later this week for reviews and of course next week to catch us all up in Sunday With The Bookworms!!

So how was your week? seen any movies? Which books are you reading right now? 






I’m a PhD chemist who loves sarcasm, music, and books-paranormal, mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, and romance. Most of my free time is spent at the martial arts studio these days–whether practicing Combat Hapkido or reading books while watching my son’s Taekwondo classes, or even working up a sweat with Kickboxing for fun.

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8 Responses to “Sunday with the Bookworms {9} … with Exile, Wondrous Strange and Vacation!”

  1. Heather- I’m the biggest wimp and cannot even attempt horror. F’real. I tried and had to stop because I was so freaked out, so I’m impressed.

    Pushy- I didn’t love the Selection! (eek!) I just couldn’t get over a few things, but I will say that I’m glad someone out there enjoys it enough to read. I think if I were reading that at 15, I’d go all fan girl on Kiera Cass. I can’t get over her whole drama with the reviews, though, either.
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