This is a week long readathon going on 2/7/20-2/14-20! It was created by @minareadss and @LucieReads and is right up my alley, as it's romance focused. Here is my TBR for the challenges. I've got several options for each, because I'm a mood reader and that helps me. About half of these are ones I … Continue reading My TBR for #BlackLoveAThon
I want to participate in a few year-long reading challenges in 2020 and the romance book bingo created by Mx M Reads (#RomBkBingo) is one of them! I generally list 4 options for each, so I have choices. This helps me as both a mood reader and as someone whose disability flares impact their reading … Continue reading My 2020 Romance Book Bingo TBR!
Blackathon is a month long readathon hosted by Jesse from Bowties & Books and Lauryn of TheNovelLush. There are reading challenges, Instagram challenges, and Twitter movie watch-a-long, all of the information can be found on their Twitter or in this video. The reading challenges are split into SFF and Contemporary teams, and I'm going to concentrate on the contemporary team … Continue reading My #Blackathon TBR
Every New Year by Katrina Jackson. 2019. & Grand Theft N.Y.E, by Katrina Jackson. 2019. Katrina Jackson has given romance readers not one but two New Years romances to close out 2019 and they are both wonderful! Every New Year is an angsty friends to lovers billionaire romance full of pining and heat, and I … Continue reading Double Review: Every New Year and Grand Theft N.Y.E.
Bear with Me by Lucy Eden. 2019. This is a cute, fun shifter romance novelette centering a social media influencer who is trying to save her career after a post-break up public meltdown, so she goes to a cabin in the woods, documents it for her followers, and ends up falling for a bear shifter. … Continue reading Review of Bear with Me
Xeni: A Marriage of Inconvenience by Rebekah Weatherspoon. 2019. I loved this book to pieces. It's one of my favorite romances I've read in 2019, so full of humor, heat and heart, and it just lifted my day up. This is book two in the Loose Ends series, where Weatherspoon gives romances to secondary characters … Continue reading Review of Xeni: A Marriage of Inconvenience
I thought I’d do a recommendation list for day 6, which focuses on green covers. All the books on this list are queer; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary queer fiction, esp romance, but also includes historical romance, speculative fiction, YA fiction, litfic, … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 6: Green books
I thought I’d do a recommendation list for day 4, which focuses on orange covers. All the books on this list are queer; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary queer fiction, esp romance, but also includes speculative fiction, essays, YA romance, litfic, aromantic … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 4: Orange Books
I thought I'd do a recommendation list for day 2, which focuses on pink covers. All the books on this list are queer; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary romance, but also includes fantasy, children's literature, YA romance, romsusp, and poetry. I link … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 2: Pink Books
This post is part of #RomBkLove, a month-long Twitter event where folks share their recs for romances that fit particular themes. For the purposes of this post, geek romance is a romance that centers characters who are enthusiasts of something, be it a special interest, a hobby, a subject, a fandom. "geeks are fans of their subjects, … Continue reading #RomBkLove: Geek Romances