Second Chance Romance

23 Mar 19
The Blue Room, Riverside Drive

‘I’m sometimes asked,’ she said, picking up the biscuit, ‘what it was like marrying an older man. What was it like, they would ask.’ she said with a smile as good as a wink. ‘Well, I always say, he might have been half his age. Here she popped the biscuit into her mouth.’ ‘A New […]

23 Mar 19
Ruined for Life

     PT. 1 To start, if you have not read my blogs in the past, a gentle note to take each paragraph in strides. I tend to write in vignettes and pull it together in the end. I like to think this isn’t my avoidance and hyperactive thought pattern shining its brightest, but it […]

23 Mar 19
A hindu's view

If someone asks me what I hate the most about reading, I would answer: when on my shelf lands a romance novel, a utter shitty thriller, any too short fiction where characters are just a hell of mash-up and finally what irritates me the most is if a book of self help lands up with […]

23 Mar 19
paper cat press

You know who it is, comin’ ’round again… it’s the Weekly Roundup! Read to find the latest job and gig listings for illustrators, writers, and more.

23 Mar 19
authorsinterviews

Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Hi, Fiona, nice to meet you. Thanks for having me on your blog today. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? I’m Nan Reinhardt and I am ageless—deliciously, wonderfully ageless. 😉 Fiona: Where […]

22 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Haruka Abe is an Anglo-Japanese actress based in London, United Kingdom. Born in Tokyo, Haruka spent her childhood split between New York, London and Tokyo, moving between the three cities with her family. Aged 8 she decided to try acting and at age 9 she played Bilbo Baggins in her school play adaptation of The […]

22 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Myleene Klass From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision, reviewed on 7 March 2019. Myleene Klass Klass attends the Greatest Britons Awards of 2007 Born Myleene Angela Klass 1978 (age 40–41) Norfolk, England Residence London, England Education Notre Dame High School Cliff Park High School Royal Academy of Music Alma mater Guildhall School […]

22 Mar 19
Until The Last Page

James Russo is enemy #1. Hating him is in my blood. Bitter Rival, an all-new forbidden romance from New York Times bestselling author J. Sterling, is available NOW! Blurb Our families have been at war for generations; a bitter rivalry with no end in sight. All I’ve ever wanted to do was make wine, but […]

22 Mar 19
Novels from a College Bookshelf

I was sent an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for making this possible! 

22 Mar 19
The Quiet Pond

You’re sitting in Gen’s garden, sipping your favourite tea with Varian and Gen, enjoying the peace and quiet and the sight of Gen’s growing vegetables and flowers. “Friend, friend!” Xiaolong’s voice punctuates the quiet, and the three of you turn to see her running towards you. “Friends, our new friend has arrived! They’re here!” It is with immense pleasure and […]

22 Mar 19
ShainaG Translations

Hello readers! I’m Kitty Jiu, the translator who has been picking all the novel choices on this blogsite. My hobby is looking for interesting stories and having them translated for the public to see. Here are the works I’ve introduced so far (and passed to other translators): #1 The Male Lead’s Villainess Fiancé (I gave […]

22 Mar 19
Author Rachel Grant

Enter the Weekly Giveaway! This week, I’m giving away a copy of Mistress of Melody by Anthea Lawson. It’s the second book in her Music of the Heart series and perfect for fans of historical romance who love humor, danger and suspense. “This well-paced, humorous love story will delight fans of daring Victorian cross-class romances.” […]