Guest Feature #12|Meet the Blogger: Mathieu of Math Crln!

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Hey you, thank you for taking time out to read this post because today on the blog you get to meet a blogger! First and foremost welcome to my Guest Feature Series! It’s super exciting doing this, I may not be *a huge blogger* but I do have a presence in the online community, well because of the love many of you give to me daily. and I intend to make use of it by also giving back the love to the community, by shining the light on as many bloggers as I can, because most of us deserve it and also you know make a stand on marginalization—fighting for what’s right. Read More »

Book Review: In Tune by JN Welsh [A Contemporary Black Romance Novel]

40280554Title – In Tune

Author – J.N. Welsh

Publication – October 1st, 2018.

Publisher – Carina Press

Genres – Contemporary Romance

Luke Anderson needs a manager—fast. His last one quit, leaving his tour and his future in jeopardy. Now instead of focusing on his career, he’s forced to concentrate on damage control. Powerhouse manager Leona Sable is the full package—smart and talented, not to mention sexy as hell—but her past makes her impossible to trust.

When opportunity knocks in the form of talented EDM DJ Luke “The Musical Prophet” Anderson, Leona is ready to answer. But salvation doesn’t come cheap. Luke won’t sign until Leona agrees to his outrageous terms—including a no-sex-while-on-tour clause.

Dictating what she does in her personal life crosses a line. But Leona’s never been one to back down from a challenge.

One thing is for sure: if she has to suffer, so will he.

Let the tour begin…

One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise : all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise!

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Guest Feature #11|Meet the Blogger: Simant of Flipping Through The Pages!

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Hey you, thank you for taking time out to read this post because today on the blog you get to meet a blogger! First and foremost welcome to my Guest Feature Series! It’s super exciting doing this, I may not be *a huge blogger* but I do have a presence in the online community, well because of the love many of you give to me daily. and I intend to make use of it by also giving back the love to the community, by shining the light on as many bloggers as I can, because most of us deserve it and also you know make a stand on marginalization—fighting for what’s right. Read More »

Blog Tour: I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz| Book Review & Excerpt.

 

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Title – I Do Not Trust You

Authors – Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz

Publication – September 11th, 2018.

Publisher – Wednesday Books

Genres – Fantasy, Mythology, Young Adult & Romance

Memphis “M” Engle is stubborn to a fault, graced with an almost absurd knowledge of long lost languages and cultures, and a heck of an opponent in a fight. In short: she’s awesome.

Ashwin Sood is a little too posh for her tastes, a member of an ancient cult (which she’s pretty sure counts for more than one strike against him), and has just informed Memphis that her father who she thought was dead isn’t and needs her help.

From the catacombs of Paris to lost temples in the sacred forests, together they crisscross the globe, searching for the pieces of the one thing that might save her father. But the closer they come to saving him—and the more they fall for one another—the closer they get to destroying the world.

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Bookish Discussion: Knowing the Difference Between Reality & Fiction.

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If you’re a proud and certified bibliophile like I am, you probably would have been caught on different occasions, especially at places where it “seems” reading can’t possibly occur, and that someone who doesn’t or rarely ever reads, starts up a conversation to you—because bibliophiles are such rare creatures out in the wild 🙄. If this hasn’t happened to you, that doesn’t make you any less of a bibliophile, just this happens a lot to me and I can’t help but believe it happens to others also.

These conversations get me offended more often than not because a lot of people have had various versions of this conversation with me: That people who read fiction don’t know the difference between fiction and reality.

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