I have an exciting new blogging series to talk to you about! Over the next several months, Jenica at Firewhiskey Reader and I are going to be blogging together about a mix of old and new romances; we’re going to go back and read some of my classic faves from high school that Jenica, as someone who came to romance in law school, never read, and mix it up with some of Jenica’s new faves!
Ideally I would have put together this post at the beginning of Nonfiction November, but I did not adequately plan ahead for that. I really want to give my nonfiction reading some much overdue attention, though, so consider this a list of nonfiction books to pick up even once Nonfiction November is over! Continue reading
Wow, that is my first time typing out 2020 as an actual year that is about to be a date, and it is so weird! But a good weird, because it means there are some great new books to look forward to! This is definitely a slower time of year in terms of new releases, but there are still a few that I’m pretty excited to get my hands on. Continue reading
I have another batch of romances to talk about with you today, all of which I thoroughly enjoyed! Keep reading to learn about the historical marriage-of-convience just published by Kate Bateman, Talia Hibbert’s highly anticipated new contemporary, the start of Eva Leigh’s new historical series inspired by eighties movies, and a historical romance featuring a female auditor by Grace Burrowes. Continue reading
I always think it’s fun to see bloggers and youtubers circle back to old lists of books they’ve given themselves to read and evaluating how well they’ve done and how their attitudes towards those lists have changed. Considering I finally finished reading my list of 5-Star Predictions, which was one of the very first posts on this blog, I thought I’d take a look back at that post and a few other lists I’ve published on my blog over the years and see how they went. Continue reading
I’m SO EXCITED to be going to KissCon again next spring! I made it a point last year to read a bunch of books by some of the different authors attending so I would know who they are on panels and be able to get my books signed and figured I’d do the same thing again this year. Only this time, I decided to make a post about it instead of just putting together a list in my notebook! Continue reading
Yes, that’s right! I officially have no unread books on my shelves! My bookshelves only include books that I have read! Well, mostly. Continue reading