Time for another batch of arc reviews! This installment features the latest Gilded Age historical romance by Joanna Shupe, the highly anticipated new contemporary romance by Kate Clayborn, and a new middle grade fantasy by Rebecca Roanhorse. 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’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