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’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
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!
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
Soooo many exciting books are coming out this summer! Strap in, because this installment of my most anticipated books is going to be a long one. Continue reading