#PrideLibrary19; F/F books on my TBR

The Library Looter

Today’s prompt for #PrideLibrary19 is F/F romance, so here’s a list of eight F/F books on my TBR. Let me know which three you think I should read asap, possibly within Pride month!

》 Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

》 The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde

》 Of Fire & Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

》 Once & Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy

》 Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon

》 The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

》 We Are Okay by Nina LaCour

》 The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan

I can’t believe we have only 12 days left! This month is passing by so quickly. Short & sweet today.

Bookishly yours,

Hâf

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Save 15% on Blog Tours All Summer Long! Book Early & Save! #writingtips #writerslife #writingcommunity #writingadvice #authorlife #indieauthors #amwriting #books #authorRT

R&R Book Tours

The nice weather is finally upon us! Lets hope it stays! 

This Summer I am offering 15% off blog tours till the end of August. You may even book a tour in advance for the Fall or Winter to take advantage of the savings.

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Why a Blog Tour?

A blog tour is an excellent way to launch a new release, and introduce your book to the first wave of readers… Bloggers! A variety of stops at different blogs is a fantastic way to reach readers who may not have read your book otherwise.

Excerpt reveals, author interviews, book spotlights, and of course, reviews are all excellent examples of tour stops, and each type of post delivers EXPOSURE! Crucial whether you have published in a more traditional way, and especially if you are an indie author!

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Needful Things by Stephen King

Great review of a classic King novel!

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I’ve read a few Stephen King books in the past, but not too many. To be honest, my opinions on the books I had previously read ranged from indifference to dislike, so I was a bit uncertain on how I’d feel about this one. I decided to read Needful Things because I loved the show “Castle Rock”, which is loosely based on Stephen Kings’ works.

Needful Things takes place in Castle Rock, Maine, which is the setting for several of King’s stories. It’s a sleepy little town. At least, it would be if it hadn’t been the site of some seriously bizarre violent happenings over the years. Leland Gaunt, a charming man, comes to town and opens a store called “Needful Things”. It seems to be a curio shop, or an odd antique store. People from the town start coming in and, luckily for them, find the thing they most…

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Book Review: Council of Souls (Fated Eternals #2) by Jen Printy @JenPrinty #Review #UrbanFantasy #Paranormal #ParanormalRomance #bookBlogger

Council of Souls and My Soul Immortal are now available for review!

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Good morning fellow bookworms!

Today I have a review for the second book in a really cool series, called Council of Souls by Jen Printy, and it was really good! So good, I wished I had read book #1 first (facepalm), like Jen kindly recommended. Problem is, my TBR is drowning me so I forgot! Nevertheless, I got the gist and caught on quickly enough. – Confessions of a Bookworm

Council of Souls (Fated Eternals #2) Release Date: October 31st, 2017

After surviving the perils of an ancient family feud, Jack Hammond and Leah Winters believe only happiness lies ahead. However, their future isn’t as secure as they think. When Death and his council arrive to welcome Leah into their treacherous shadow world, the couple discovers that Leah’s immortality has come with a high price.

With Artagan’s help, Leah slowly learns how to navigate the dark waters of…

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Books I Would Love to Read vs Books I Have to Read! @kitfrick @aniaahlborn @SarahDavisGoff @aileen_erin @tehlorkay #BookBlogger #TBR #Books #BookLovers

I know as book bloggers we all have two different TBRs, It's okay, you can admit it, we're all friends here. The first one is full of obligatory books, ie. submissions, blog tours, etc... But then we have TBR #2, the one that's just for us, with all the books we wish we had the time to read. You know what I'm talking about, the books we read for our own pleasure! Without further ado, here is a sample of my personal TBR!

Keep This To Yourself by Tom Ryan #bookreview #YA #LGBT #TuesdayBookBlog

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It’s been a year since the Catalog Killer terrorized the sleepy seaside town of Camera Cove, killing four people before disappearing without a trace. 

Like everyone else in town, eighteen-year-old Mac Bell is trying to put that horrible summer behind him—easier said than done since Mac’s best friend Connor was the murderer’s final victim. But when he finds a cryptic message from Connor, he’s drawn back into the search for the killer—who might not have been a random drifter after all. Now nobody—friends, neighbors, or even the sexy stranger with his own connection to the case—is beyond suspicion. Sensing that someone is following his every move, Mac struggles to come to terms with his true feelings towards Connor while scrambling to uncover the truth.

I was in the mood for a mystery that really made me think, and Keep This ToYourself checked off that box, and more.

The setting…

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