ARC Review: Honeymoon for One



SERIES: Standalone

REPRESENTATION: Lesbian MC, pansexual love interest, and sapphic romance

GENRES/ SUBJECTS: Contemporary Romance


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Top Ten Cozy Reads

November 29: Cozy Reads (Share books that give off a cozy vibe, whether through atmosphere, setting, or some other factor. Please tell us why they’re cozy for you, too!)

I’m avoiding any and all cozy mysteries for this prompt (although some of these might be cozy-feeling with a mystery element?) because I’d end up with just those, and I did a TTT with cozy mysteries really recently. Instead, these are books that just feel really calming, very low stress, and give me the warm fuzzies.

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An update on where to find me online

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With all the upheaval and uncertainty on a certain bird app, I wanted to make sure I’m able to continue following and interreacting with as many of my online circle as possible in case that platform goes south. Since this blog is sort of my homebase, I thought a post here might be a good idea.

I certainly don’t plan on leaving Twitter (unless so many people I follow do and it loses it’s point), but the situation has reminded me why it’s good to have back-up plans. I want to try and mirror the content/accounts I enjoy seeing across a couple of platforms.

So, if you want to follow me on any of these social media accounts, I’m going to try and post more often.

I’d love to build up my feeds/dashboards, so if you have an account on any of these – let me know! I’d love to follow you.

In addition, my linktree – which will always have the most up-to-date list of places to find me – is here:

Come find me! Talk to me!

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Top Ten Cozies on my TBR

November 15: Top Ten Cozies on my TBR

The official prompt is: Favorite “Aww” Moments In Books (Share those sweet/cute moments in books that give you warm fuzzies.) but I really don’t have that good a memory and it’d just be a bunch of romances and me saying “the ending bit!”. So instead, I’m going to take that bit about “warm fuzzies” and run with it, sharing ten cozy mystery series I’d like to try out next year.

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Top Ten Unlikeable Characters

November 1: Unlikable Characters You Can’t Help but Love (These are villains, criminals, jerks, etc. that make you fall in love with them anyway, perhaps because they evolve by the end or they’re secretly wonderful and have been all along.)

I actually like a lot of ‘unlikeable’ characters, especially if they’re unlikeable because they’re determined or particularly pragmatic. There’s also a few that I like without any real redeeming qualities, but who are just so fascinating to observe they’ve won a place somewhere in my heart.

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A Trio of Final Girls: Grady Hendrix, Riley Sager & Stephen Graham Jones

Final Girls was suggested to me back in December, when I asked for recommendations for the 12 Books in 12 Months challenge. Being an idiot, I prompt got incredibly confused because well… these three all have pretty much the name title.

I decided to read all three (with enough time between them to keep the comparisons fair) and see which one I preferred.

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