Jennifer Ann Shore is, by far, one of my favorite indie authors. Not only does she represent the LGBTQ+ community in every single book, but she also does it so naturally that you don’t even realize it. It was so exciting when Jennifer agreed to do this interview with me. I hope you follow along so you can learn more about this amazing author.
The Reading Around the World Book Challenge has taken the internet by storm. Many people realized that they weren’t reading outside their culture and wanted to change that. So, the challenge was born.
Are you having a hard time finding a good read for Pride month? I know I struggle to find good LGBTQIA+ books, so I wanted to round up my favorite reads as well as suggestions from bookish friends of mine around the web.
The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews shows readers the majestic beauty of Savannah, Georgia. Andrews blends a deep mystery with the brilliance of a rom-com and wraps readers around her finger. Keep reading for more about this book and highlights from Tybee Island.
eReaders have come a long way over the years. When they first came out, I hated them with a bright shining passion. But, the longer I held out, the more uncomfortable I became when asked why I hadn’t made the switch. And now, I’m hooked. Follow me as we go through the whys, whats, and wherefores of the eReader phenomenon.
One of the most asked questions I see from readers around the internet is what to read next. Readers finish a book and then get stuck trying to choose their next book. But this doesn’t have to be a problem anymore.
Have you ever seen those cute little boxes that look like birdhouses around your town or city? Those little boxes are part of the Little Free Library program and are full of BOOKS! I’ve seen them everywhere and always wanted to stop to see what they are all about. So, like any normal book nerd, I did my research and found many benefits of a Little Free Library.