Goodreads Choice Awards Should Add More Romance Categories!

Goodreads Choice Awards Should Add More Romance Categories!

Let’s talk about anything bookish! Hello, Romance Bookworms! We are finally in mid-December and the year is almost over. Obviously, we are now familiar with the Goodreads Choice Awards and I have WORDS! Disclaimer: I read YA, so this post is NOT an attack on YA. I am just speaking out for more adult romance representation. This is probably an unpopular opinion because I think there should be more romance categories! Why? Because it’s ROMANCE and it is the biggest genre in the industry, that’s why! I mean, come one! There are TWO Young Adult categories. TWO! So, why can’t there be TWO romance categories? And I mean, ADULT ROMANCE. And […]

Posted December 18, 2017 0 Comments

2018 Bookish Challenges I’m Joining this Year

2018 Bookish Challenges I’m Joining this Year

Challenging Myself As someone who isn’t a fan of challenges (eye roll), I am adding a couple of challenges to the list! I am also increasing the number of books read for each challenge! Goodreads Reading Challenge read 130 books As of writing this post, I have read 134 books and I am floored! I mean, I’m not a fast reader but it does look like I have read more books this year! For next year, I am aiming to read 130 books. Wish me luck and I hope I will not fail! Review Challenge review 80 books Hosted by […]

Posted December 16, 2017 6 Comments

Oh, the Feels! An Offer from a Gentleman by Julia Quinn [Audiobook Review]

Oh, the Feels! An Offer from a Gentleman by Julia Quinn [Audiobook Review]

Don’t want to read the whole review?  Click to jump to the Skinny Review. I normally don’t like Cinderella retellings (except for Cinder by Marissa Meyer) but An Offer from a Gentleman snuck into my heart early in the book. In fact, I was brought to tears! This is usually my measure for loving a book. I mean, if a book makes me cry, it is up there on my favorite list! Initially, I had reservations about it since we don’t really know a lot about Benedict Bridgerton other than him being the second son. We also don’t see much […]

Posted December 15, 2017 0 Comments

What a Surprising Christmas Romance! Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey [Book Review]

What a Surprising Christmas Romance! Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey [Book Review]

I received this book for free from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Wow, just WOW! Crashed Out turned out to be such a surprise! This is the fourth Tessa Bailey book that I read and it surprised me – it was so good! I am a sucker for unrequited romance and this one was perfect! Also, the heroine, Jasmine, is also older than the hero, Sarge. Oh, and did I mention that she used to babysit him? I know, I know, the […]

Posted December 14, 2017 4 Comments

2017 Knock Out Reads…So Far

2017 Knock Out Reads…So Far

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Happy Tuesday, Wormies! How is 2017 treating you so far? This month will be full of end of the year lists, and favorites lists, so brace yourselves with a few posts in that vein from me in the next few weeks. Today, I am sharing my favorite books that I read in 2017, so far. I mean, as of writing this post. I thought about listing books published in 2017 but I decided against it because this year was the year of reading previously published book. And this is […]

Posted December 12, 2017 11 Comments

Currently Reading Week 22

Currently Reading Week 22

Sharing my thoughts on this weeks’ reads I’m in a New Adult kick right now and I just discovered Jennifer L. Armentrout and OMG she is so good! I just am bingeing her Wait for You series and I am eviscerated! Also, I am going to the Christina Lauren book signing at The Ripped Bodice and I am SUPER excited! The year is now coming to a close and this may be my last Currently Reading post until next year! OMG! I have a few Christmas themed posts scheduled already because I am excited about Christmas! I don’t know what to […]

Posted December 10, 2017 5 Comments