Backlist Breakdown | Young Adult Fiction

One of the reading goals I have for 2019 is to tackle the backlists books on my TBR list. It’s not a goal I take on lightly considering the size of my TBR list, which is frighteningly large, but I am stubborn enough to try. I’ve chosen to take the summer off school so I’m going to try and read a lot over the next … Continue reading Backlist Breakdown | Young Adult Fiction

Spotlight on Nadia Lee

If you’re looking for billionaires in contemporary romance then Nadia Lee has got you covered. A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Nadia has written well over two-dozen novels in the past decade. Her sexy, emotional contemporary novels focus not only on the relationships between heterosexual couples but also the families they hail from and the baggage that usually arises – add in … Continue reading Spotlight on Nadia Lee

Book Musings | March 2019

March is officially over and done with and spring has officially arrived. I surprisingly did a lot of reading this month, which both surprises me and tells me how badly I needed an escape in March because almost every single one of the books I read were romances. March could also be renamed “the month of Nalini Singh” since I pretty much devoured all of … Continue reading Book Musings | March 2019

Spotlight on Alyssa Cole

Alyssa Cole is a powerhouse. That’s really the only way I can describe her. She’s an amazing, brilliant writer. One that has written not only contemporary and historical romance novels but also science fiction/fantasy ones as well. A vocal advocate for change and better and more inclusive representation in the romance publishing industry Alyssa has helped push the industry forward to be reflective of the world … Continue reading Spotlight on Alyssa Cole

Book Musings | February 2019

February felt like a drag. Maybe it was the never-ending freezing temperatures and snow or maybe it was all the madness in the world, I’m not sure. But the month certainly felt like it was never going to end. Stagnancy permeated the air throughout the month, and it bred this slow, sluggish feeling in me that I just could not shake. I felt stuck throughout … Continue reading Book Musings | February 2019