I ADORED THIS ONE SO MUCH!! As an avid Penny Reid newsletter reader (nothing is better than Ms. Reid’s newsletters), I’ve been eagerly anticipating this release and jumped at the chance to be involved in the release promotion. Ms. Reid has been slowly releasing excerpts for the past couple newsletters and I have been going insane with want. There’s nothing that draws me in like an enemies-to-lovers romance, which is exactly what this is. … More ARC Review: Motion by Penny Reid
hello, lovelies! I read quite a few adult contemporaries in January, so I figured I mind as well wrap them all up with a tiny little bow than release them one-by-one. They run the gamut of ratings, some of them were good, some were just “meh” and some were downright just not good. But, what … More MINI-REVIEWS: January Contempories
Hello lovelies! Happy 2019 to all of you 🙂 With a new year comes reflection on the year past, so I stole Perpetual Page Turner’s 9th Annual End of Year Survey for book bloggers! But it was fun to go back through and see my year in blogging and reading. If you’re interested, feel free … More End of Year Survey: 2018 Edition!
Top Ten Tuesday is a hosted by Jana That Artsy Reader Girl, and is a fabulous meme that gives weekly prompts to answer. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Click the link to join – we’d love to have you I’m linking … More Top Ten Best Books of 2018
Hello readathoners! Many of you have probably heard of the Biannual Bibliothon, a bi-yearly readathon (one in the winter, one in the summer) that hosts reading challenges to complete. This year’s readathon took place Saturday July 14th – Friday July 20th, with the live show on Saturday, July 21st. The challenges! * Read the group … More Biannual Bibliothon Updates + Mini-Reviews
I’ve just spent the last 20 minutes scrolling through Rock Addiction quotes with a goofy smile on my face — despite the fact that I just read the book, literally 28 hours ago. What this book does to me 🙂 So cute … More Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh
Author Sue Bentley has dropped in to write a guest post for us today on reading, how she fell in love with it and the series that shaped her childhood. … More Guest Post | A Fantastical Retrospective
Unwritten started out with a great idea: a curvy, tattooed children’s librarian who co-writes erotic romances with her best friend. But from there, it just fell flat. … More Review: UnWritten by Chelsea M. Cameron