Be My Galentine

Happy Galentine’s Day! This Feb. 13 holiday was invented by Parks and Rec’s Leslie Knope as a way to celebrate¬†female friendship. Be My Galentine: Celebrating Badass Female Friendship is a new book to help you take your Galentine’s celebrations to the next level. In Be My Galentine you will find: Friendship quotes with accompanying whimsical […]

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Blog Tour: Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan

Hello and welcome to my stop on the Miracle on 5th Avenue blog tour! This is such a fun and festive comfort read that’s perfect for this time of year. Read on to find out more about it and make sure to enter a great giveaway. Here’s the book hanging out on my Christmas tree: […]

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Love Between the Lines: An Adult Coloring Book for Book Lovers

Love Between the Lines is a new adult coloring book that celebrates favorite romance novels. We’ve seen literary coloring books pop up recently, and it’s fun to see romance novels get some coloring book love. Christina Collie’s illustrations are very detailed and include hidden gems and references for romance readers. In addition to the romance […]

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Blog Tour: How to Keep a Boy From Kissing You

How to Keep a Boy from Kissing You is a super cute read about a girl who wants her first kiss to be with a modern-day Prince. Aurora Skye loves fairytales and wants that kind of mythical epic romance in real life. This Much Ado About Nothing-inspired story includes a high school production of the […]

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Audiobook Review: The Twelve Days of Dash & Lily

Hard to believe it’s been six years since the release of Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares! One of my all-time favorite YA holiday reads. Now Rachel Cohn & David Levithan are back with more holiday cheer in The Twelve Days of Dash & Lily. Even though it’s closer to Halloween than Christmas I couldn’t […]

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Blog Tour: The Weight of Zero

In Karen Fortunati’s debut¬†The Weight of Zero, Catherine is struggling with bipolar disorder and trying to win the war with Zero (her depression). She agrees to try a new intensive outpatient program, but meanwhile stockpiles pills for Zero’s inevitable return. But what if Zero doesn’t arrive as planned- can she dare hope for the future? […]

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