Are you watching season 2 of 13 Reasons Why? If you're not, you should be!
R&R Book Tours Presents: "The Phoenix Cycle: The Best Shall Rise" by Bob Collopy (YA/ Dystopian) Excerpt & Giveaway!
Throwback Review! "FirstLife" by Gena Showalter (YA/ Sci-Fi/ Dystopian/ Romance)
Feature adaptation of Beatrix Potter's classic tale of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer's vegetable garden. (Review)
Woo hoo! I'm thrilled to share Caroline Kepnes's new book "Providence" Available June 19th! (Review)
Theresa reviews "The Grip of It" by Jac Jemc (Paranormal)
R&R Book Tours Proudly Presents: "The Things We Learn When We're Dead" by Charlie Laidlaw (Contemporary Fiction) Giveaway & Guest Post from Author!
Natasha is back with another interesting commentary on misogyny in writing, but when female authors are guilty of it.
Brilliant and suspenseful, "The Broken Girls" by Simone St. James, is a true nail-biter and a 5 star read!
OMG this cover! It's gorgeous, so naturally I had to know more about it...
I'm finally getting around to reviewing Thor: Ragnarok and you know, I liked it!
Winthrop’s latest novel, The Mercy Seat, publishes June 14th.
As the sun begins to set over Louisiana one October day in 1943, a young black man faces the final hours of his life: at midnight, eighteen-year-old Willie Jones will be executed by electric chair for raping a white girl – a crime some believe he did not commit.
In a tale taut with tension, events unfold hour by hour from the perspectives of nine people involved. They include Willie himself, who knows what really happened, and his father, desperately trying to reach the town jail to see his son one last time; the prosecuting lawyer, haunted by being forced to seek the death penalty against his convictions, and his wife, who believes Willie to be innocent; the priest who has become a friend to Willie; and a mother whose only son is fighting in the Pacific, bent…
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The perfect summer read!
Release date: June 18, 2018
Publisher: Little Brown
Genre: Women’s Fiction
From New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand, comes a novel about the many ways family can fill our lives with love…if they don’t kill us first.
It’s wedding season on Nantucket. The beautiful island is overrun with summer people–an annual source of aggravation for year-round residents. And that’s not the only tension brewing offshore. When one lavish wedding ends in disaster before it can even begin–with the bride-to-be discovered dead in Nantucket Harbor just hours before the ceremony–everyone in the wedding party is suddenly a suspect. As Chief of Police Ed Kapenash digs into the best man, the maid of honor, the groom’s famous mystery novelist mother, and even a member of his own family, the chief discovers that every wedding is a minefield–and no couple is perfect. Featuring beloved characters from THE CASTAWAYS…
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A couple of months back, I did a post about taste. But when I did it I was thinking more about readers than writers. Now, I don’t talk about this much, but I do actually write a lot (I know, what a surprise, the book blogger writes 😉 ) and I’ve thought an awful lot about what it can be like navigating the landmine of opinion pieces on what you should and shouldn’t write. I don’t know about you, but I personally think there’s a helluva lot of confusing advice out there, mostly of people telling others what to do according to their own taste. There’s a lot of “DON’T WRITE X”, “WRITE MORE Y”, “DON’T WRITE Z UNLESS YOU ARE Z”. In truth, I find it somewhat exhausting, especially since my view is pretty much write whatever the hell you like. To clarify, I’m not telling writers…
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