Oooh back to back blog tours for Rachel’s Random Resources! I’m so curious to see how many ARCs I’ll have read by the time January is over thanks to all these blog tours. I bet it’s going to be a lot. Thanks so much again to Rachel for having me on this tour. Click on the banner for the rest of the schedule and more information on what’s coming up next for RaRa, as well as how to become a host!Read more
See, I’m pretty sure that I can be pretty eclectic when it comes to the genres I like, although when I show you the books I’ve read in January 2020, you’ll see which genre I read the most of. It’s so cool that I’m keeping track of them now with the amazing spreadsheet that Kal @ Reader Voracious created. Trust me when I saw that thriller is one of the genres that I’ve been getting into more lately, and thanks so much to Rachel’s Random Resources for having so many different genres to choose from that I got to try out another thriller! Click on the banner for the rest of the schedule (I think I’m actually late for this, I’m so sorry Rachel!) and more information.Read more
Historical fiction romance novels with that time travel aspect added to it have always intrigued me in some way. This book was marketed as Outlander meets Birdslip. I’ve heard of Outlander, haven’t heard of Birdslip, but for those of you who have heard of those two novels/series, let me know for sure if you agree with that statement! Also, even if you haven’t like me, I’d love to hear your thoughts at the end of this post.
Thank you again so much to Rachel’s Random Resources for having me on this tour and for hosting. Click on the banner for more information and the rest of the tour schedule. Let’s get to it, fam.Read more