Hello, hello, hello!!!
Happy weekend, lovely people! It’s been a while since I posted something here but life has become more and more hectic due to the heavy workload. I’m back at working almost 12 hours a day and we had to work six days last week so not much time to engage at all. 😥
Despite the fact that I barely have time to hang around in the book community, there’s no way I’ll skip this amazing opportunity spreading the word about my latest favorite read, The Day He Went Away, by Jennifer Millikin, an incredibly talented author I’ve come to love ever since I read Good on Paper last year.
This book totally wrecked me but I still couldn’t recommend it enough. That being said, what are we waiting for? Let’s get this party started, shall we?
Happy Sunday, everyone!
This year has been pretty amazing so far and I’m about to share with you a new book from Harlequin Books, which I’m beyond excited to work with, so I hope you’ll enjoy the following content. If you’re also a contemporary romance lover, you’re definitely familiar with all the romantic atmosphere and swoon-worthy moments in Paris, the city of Love, eh? Even if it’s just my imagination, I’d like to pretend you all agree with me. ❤
Anyways, today it’s all about a cute Christmas read from Rebecca Raisin’s The Little Paris Collection called The Little Bookshop on the Seine. You’ll find more info about the book, the author, an exclusive excerpt, and my review below so what are you waiting for?
Bonjour, tout le monde !
I hope your 2020 is being fabulous so far! If not, I do have some book recommendations coming up in the rest of this week so stay tuned. 🙂 Today, I’d like to introduce another new release from one of my most favorite indie authors, whom I discovered last year, as well as offer you some sneak peeks/teasers/tour-wide giveaway as bonus content.
All right, before I start rambling, GLASS HALF FULL by Katia Rose is the one and only book love I’m gonna share with you. It’s not only the second installment in the Barflies series (which can be read as a standalone), but also the very first book I finished reading this year! Woohoo!! Hence, without further ado, let’s get started! ❤
Happy 2020, guys!!!
What better way to kickstart this beautiful, brand-new year than to share with you my recent favorite read? If you’ve been following around, then the book I’m going to recommend would be no stranger to you because I’ve been raving about it several times before. *wink* Have you guessed it?
*drum’s still rolling*
I hope you got it right! SO, THAT GOT WEIRD by Amelia Kingston is the book I’m referring to and you’re about to see why I adore the book so much and why you shouldn’t miss it. 😀
Are you ready? (Don’t worry, even if you aren’t remotely interested in the sound of the story, there’s still a giveaway by the end of my post for a chance to win 2 of Amelia’s recent releases and an Amazon giftcard. Seriously, with all these awesome stuff going on, what are you waiting for?)
Happy Christmas Eve, everyone!!!
How’s your week so far? I hope you’re all doing more than fabulous because it’s Christmas week!!! Even though we don’t really celebrate this beautiful festive holiday here in the Eastern world, I still love being surrounded with all the Christmassy vibes. The best part? I’ve got my highly anticipated read this month to share with you today since the book’s officially out!!! ❤
Without further ado, let me introduce you to Amelia Kingston‘s new release, So, That Got Weird, which is also the first book in her So Far, So Good series. You can expect some teasers, an exclusive excerpt, and a tour-wide giveaway in this post. What are you waiting for? 🙂
Happy Friday!!! ❤
Today I have a cool cover reveal for all of you since it’s from an author I’ve met on bookstagram and this book will be released next year. Without further ado, let’s get started!
It’s finally weekend and I’m so excited to share this pre-release, a.k.a. teaser, blitz for one of my most anticipated reads next month!!! So, That Got Weird by Amelia Kingston is the first book in the So Far, So Good series, and I believe it can be read as a standalone rom-com. ❤
To be honest, I haven’t heard of Amelia before signing up for this pre-release blitz, but the synopsis of this book truly captivates me the moment I read about it. So why not give another brand-new author a shot?! B-)
Unable to stay calmed when I have so much about this book to share with you, let’s get this started, shall we?
Man, I have so many book blitzes and tours to share with you in the following days and weeks, and I seriously cannot contain my excitement for all of them. Without further ado, let’s start this journey with Pinky Promises by Deana Birch, a cute, swoon-worthy adult contemporary romance novel, to you! 🙂
Happy weekend, everyone!!
How’s your October so far? Can’t believe it’s edging toward the end of the month already! It feels like the beginning of Autumn but it’s almost halfway through, how come!? LOL, anyway, I’ve got a beautifully written story to share with you today so let’s get started!
So glad to see you again! I honestly didn’t plan to post anything today but last night, around 10:30 p.m., our government announced that we would have a typhoon (holi)day on Monday,
which surprisingly didn’t went on my radar the entire time Typhoon Mitag inching closer to us; thus, here I am, writing and scheduling blog posts like a dedicated blogger!
Last week was the release blitz of an intimidatingly THICK book called Team Player 2: A Sports Anthology written by a bunch of my favorite authors including Meghan Quinn, Emma Scott, Sara Ney, and Kate Stewart, just to name a few! As you may recall, Team Player Anthology was released around this time last year, and I think I’d spread the word about that book since I vaguely remembered how much I loved the stories.
The first book was indeed an enjoyable read for me and I really hope this one blows me away in all the best ways possible. ❤ Unfortunately, due to my busy working schedule, I can’t manage to finish the entire book anytime soon…BUT I definitely will in the future!!!
All right, enough rambling! Let’s get started, shall we?