To say my romance TBR list has gotten a little out of hand would be an understatement. (And that list only includes the actual books I own and/or have on hold. It also doesn’t include the list of books written down in my actual TBR wishlist notebook.) The majority of my romance reading is done digitally, which in my case is a double-edged sword. Reading digitally is … Continue reading What’s on my romance TBR list?
The tagline on Rebekah Weatherspoon’s website reads “where happily ever afters are always in color” and it perfectly encapsulates the worlds that she creates in all her books. She quickly became one of my favourite and go-to romance authors after reading only one of her books (yes, she’s that good) and why I’ve chosen to spotlight her in this series. I discovered Rebekah and her … Continue reading Spotlight on Rebekah Weatherspoon
Alisha Rai smuggled home her first romance novel from the library at the age of 13, and that’s an experience that I can completely identify with and understand. (I brought home my first romance novel home from the library around the same age and squirrelled it away and read it in the dead of night.) She’s one of my favourite romance authors and why I’ve … Continue reading Spotlight on Alisha Rai
Courtney Milan is a member of House Slytherin, and that makes me extremely giddy as a fellow Slytherin. That, however, isn’t the only reason as to why she creates this wealth of joy for me. She’s also one of my favourite authors, ever. I discovered her work when I was getting back into reading romance at the beginning of my undergraduate degree. I had heard … Continue reading Spotlight on Courtney Milan
My ode to romance novels: To the books that I have been reading since I was twelve, To the books that offered me comfort, warmth, worlds upon worlds to explore and escape to, To the books that have shown me complex, loving, and meaningful relationships between two individuals, To the books that have shown me women who have agency, who are complex, who are strong, … Continue reading Romance, I Do Love You