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BOOK REVIEW:  Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox

BOOK REVIEW: Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox

buy it here: Amazon US  | Amazon Worldwide | Apple Books | Kobo | B&N   MY THOUGHTS My Rating:  4 stars Baby Yours is book #2 in the Hunter & Lennon Roomate Duet Series by Kennedy Fox.  Click here for more info or to read my review of book #1 — Baby Mine.  The duet is complete and now available! As a whole, […]

Posted May 23, 2019 by wildandw in ARC Review, Book Reviews / 0 Comments
COVER REVEAL:  Making Up by Helena Hunting

COVER REVEAL: Making Up by Helena Hunting

Helena Hunting is a phenomenal author, and I am excited to share the cover for her upcoming standalone romantic comedy, Making Up, available July 16th from Swerve! COVER REVEAL   WOAH!  Talk about steamy!  What do you think?  What are your favorite kind of romance book covers? SYNOPSIS: A new standalone, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy by New […]

Posted May 1, 2019 by wildandw in Cover Reveals / 2 Comments
FRIDAY FAVORITES: Bloggers I Love

FRIDAY FAVORITES: Bloggers I Love

If you’re anything like me, your passion for reading isn’t confined to books alone — your interest lie in the literary world as a whole. When I’m not reading a book, I’m browsing the sites of my favorite bloggers who I turn to for book and product recommendations/feedback, the most recent news in publishing, interviews, […]

Posted April 26, 2019 by wildandw in Friday Favorites / 1 Comment
BOOK REVIEW: Geekerella by Ashley Poston

BOOK REVIEW: Geekerella by Ashley Poston

MY THOUGHTS My Rating:  4.5 stars Do you ever finally read a book after hearing about forever and just want to kick yourself for not reading it sooner?!  Because THIS BOOK HERE, you guys, is it for me! Geekerella released in 2017 around the time I discovered bookstagram and was contemplating starting my own.  After two […]

Posted April 24, 2019 by wildandw in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
FRIDAY FAVORITES: Literary Tropes

FRIDAY FAVORITES: Literary Tropes

Cliché as they may be, tropes are used in writing all the time!  They are common literary devices, though some authors execute them better than others.  And, hey!  That’s okay!  Because readers all have different taste, and what one reader may love, another may hate. To me, the execution is more important than the type […]

Posted April 19, 2019 by wildandw in Friday Favorites / 0 Comments