Most Anticipated Fall 2020

So this post is coming a lot later than I anticipated. But the good news is, because I waited so long, I’m able to add a few recently announced releases that I’m pretty excited about! Continue reading

#FallIntoRomBingo Recs: Part One

So Jenica and I didn’t totally plan through our reading bingo board, otherwise I would have had recommendation posts up and ready to go much earlier! But considering I don’t think anyone participating actually plans to stick to their TBR (if they even made one), I figure it’s still helpful to share some recommendations to help get your bingo on.

Row One (left to right): makes you hungry, pining, Black love, non-Regency historical, set in another world
Row Two: somewhere you’ve never been, hockey romance, older heroine, librarian/bookseller MC, banter
Row Three: new to you author, royalty, HEA, series following a big family, crafts or puzzles
Row Four: a beautiful outfit, grumpy & sunshine, STEM heroine, twitter rec, rainy
Row Five: punny title, quintessential fall activity, pet(s), plus-sized heroine on the cover, romance author writing in a different genre

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Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2020

While there are definitely less things to look forward to than usual, fortunately there are still a ton of great books slated to come out this summer! Keep reading to see what romances I’m most excited to get my hands on in the coming months. Continue reading

Let’s Talk: Authors Revisiting Old Series (Yes, I’m Talking About Midnight Sun)

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Stephenie Meyer recently announced the publication of Midnight Sun, her much hyped retelling of Twilight from Edward’s point of view. And while the internet is freaking out in anticipation, I…could not care less. Continue reading

Reading by Series vs Trope

This is a problem that I think is largely unique to romance, but do you tend to read more in order of a series, or skip around based on the trope you like? Growing up I had favorite authors from whom I’d read anything, but when looking into new books, I didn’t worry at all about the book being part of a series, and instead read whichever one sounded most interesting to me. Continue reading