RB: Sometimes I Want To Read A Three Star Book

I’ve read some outstanding books this past week. I’d rate them more than five stars if that was even possible. Also, at least three of them were free at the time of purchase (Bonus!). Continue reading

RB: “A Woman Lost” Review

One of my poolside ebooks this July was A Woman Lost by T.B. Markinson.

This was my first lesbian romance read and I was surprised how it pulled me in, but I’ve always believed love knows no color or gender, and this romance proves it. Continue reading

RB: Where We Belong

A writer’s review.

The beginning and the ending of a novel are the two most important aspects to get right. The stuff in the middle is noteworthy, too, but the beginning will draw readers in and keep them reading. The perfect ending will have readers Googling your name to find more books.

Where We Belong hit the nail on the head with both aspects. Continue reading

RB: Romantic comedy audiobooks and yoga don’t mix.

I downloaded the audiobook I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella to listen to while I worked out. Romance novels are a perfect distraction from burning muscles, dripping sweat, and the fact that it’s 4:30 a.m.

Or so I thought.

I never laughed so hard or so much with a book. Not a bad thing, really. Until Tony Horton asked me to perform a vasisthasana. Continue reading

RB: Book Tour – Day 7

Three stops today on Fallen Redemption’s book tour, including one review and one interview (second one wasn’t as scary as the first)! Please show your support to my awesome hosts and click the links below.

Interview: http://curseofthebibliophile.blogspot.com/2013/10/book-tour-spotlight-author-interview.html#more


Review: http://paranormalbookfairy.blogspot.com/2013/10/fallen-redemption-spotlightreview.html