Hello lovelies! Another month in the books and it’s fully feeling like spring here, how about where you live?
I’ve been in a super weird reading mood the past couple of weeks, I’ve only wanted to read romance and women’s fiction and I’m just going with it. I’m feeling the dreaded blogger burnout and am trying to figure out what to do to prevent it. I know I’m desperate to read some books from my personal backlist and I’m teaming up with some of my Instagram friends to read only backlist books in the fall. I’m super excited but in the meantime, any tips?! I’m not in a reading slump, I still want to read but I’m struggling with reading to a deadline.
In Another Time: Poetic, Moving and Emotional
The Nowhere Child: Nuanced, Seamless and Tense.
I really struggled with Call Me Evie
Beautiful Bad: Explosive, Authentic and Chilling.
Until the Day I Die was a bit of a different read but I did enjoy it.
I Invited Her In: Obsessive, Manipulative and Dramatic.
The Last Act: Riveting, Relentless and Gripping
A Beautiful Corpse: Sharp, Smart and Steady.
Run Away: Remarkable, Jaw-dropping and Absorbing
The Last Year of the War: Hopeful, Poignant and Affecting
New Starts and Cherry Tarts: Warm, Charming and Sweet
My Lovely Wife: Disturbing, Wicked and Fiendish
The Things We Cannot Say: Powerful, Remarkable and Unforgettable
The Shadow Between Us: Lyrical, Emotional and Moving
House on Fire was a different sort of read for me
The Cliff House: Captivating, Endearing and Uplifting
Blood Oath: Timely, Sharp and Engrossing
Midnight at the Wandering Vineyard was a good read but the ending lost me.
Blood Echo Unusual, Complex and Dark
I’m Fine and Neither Are You: Witty, Heartfelt and Realistic
The Goodbye Cafe: Charming, Endearing and Easy