I decided to do Lunar New Year Readathon 2020 (#LNYReadathon20) at the very last minute, and I'm excited! The challenge is to read at least one romance by an Asian author or featuring an Asian MC, and it was organized by @LaceyBookLovers and @RemarkablyLisa. Lacey put together a list of recs if you are looking … Continue reading My TBR for #LNYReadathon20
Wolf Rain by Nalini Singh. Berkeley. 2019. Content Warnings for review: Discussion of ableism and internalized ableism. Discussion of trauma and torture. Note: I do not recommend this book to disabled readers, and recommend particular caution to neurodivergent readers, especially readers with mental illness. So, I finally read my first Psy-Changeling novel. I've read and … Continue reading Review of Wolf Rain
I want to participate in a few year-long reading challenges in 2019 and the romance book bingo created by Maria Reads (#RomBkBingo) is one of them! I generally list 3-4 options for each, so I have choices. This helps me as both a mood reader and as someone whose disability flares impact their reading choices … Continue reading My Romance Book Bingo TBR!
Here are some books I'm excited about that are coming out September-November 2018. September Releases Marvellous Grounds: Queer of Colour Formations in Toronto ed by Jin Haritaworn, Ghaida Moussa and Syrus Marcus Ware (Sept 7): Everything about this looks amazing! Plus I loved Ware's children's book. I gotta check this out. Criminal Intentions: The Man with … Continue reading Fall 2018 Releases I’m Anticipating
My plan for this Book and Snack Pairing post series is to taste snacks (two new and one old favorite) and pair them with romances (two recent first time reads and one old favorite). The romances reflect my reading habits, so they tend contemporary, and are a mix of pairings. I am marking the ones … Continue reading Book and Snack Pairing: Kettle Chips with Vinegar
This post gives a list of my favorite books I read in June 2018. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary romance, but also includes fantasy, paranormal romance, science fiction, historical romance, erotica, and mystery stories. I am marking the audiobooks with an (A). I link to reviews where I have written them; and … Continue reading Best Reads in June 2018
For #RomBkLove today, it’s all about romance shorts and novellas! What do you like about reading shorter romance stories? What are your favorite short stories and novellas? What makes a shorter romance work? Who is brilliant at writing shorter romances? For the purposes of this post I am defining different lengths of short form fiction … Continue reading Romance Shorts & Novellas #RomBkLove