As promised, today’s post is a recap of my experience at RWA’s Blogger Day, which was held at the end of the Romance Writers of America annual conference and could be attended separately of everything else.
With the annual Romance Writers of America conference in town this past week, there were a plethora of amazing romance events to go to! I tend not to write recaps of book signings I go to these days, but I’m so excited about all of the events I went to last week that I couldn’t not write a post (or two) about them all!
As you might know if you’ve spent much time on my blog, I’m a big romance reader. But interestingly enough, I’ve never really cared much about romance covers. If I were to do a post all about cover love (like this one I did about books I read for the cover), it’d mostly feature YA or other fiction books, but definitely no romance. But there are a lot of gorgeous romance covers coming out lately, so I figured I’d share some of my newfound excitement with you!
I read a lot of amazing books (and a few not-so-great ones) the past three months, but there were 10 that really stood out to me as some of my favorites that I just had to share! Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag has started popping up again in the book community, and since I’ve been meaning to do a tag for a while, the timing couldn’t be better. Continue reading
This post is a little overdue, but I wanted to share my thoughts on the arcs I read that came out in May! We have Alyssa Cole’s latest Reluctant Royals (which features a Harry and Meghan inspired fake relationship story), a Pride and Prejudice retelling from Sonali Dev, Beverly Jenkins’ latest Reconstruction Era romance, and a hate-to-love Gilded Age story from Joanna Shupe. Continue reading
There are so many things I love about the romance genre, but one of my absolute favorites is how much fun authors have with it. The crazier the setup for two characters to fall in love, the better! Below are seven of my favorite romances with crazy premises that the authors somehow manage to pull off. Continue reading