Hello August!

July has come and gone, and we’re now over halfway through 2020. Thank goodness. July was a tougher month for me. I had a lot of motivation in June to be productive, and then I felt like I hit a low in July. Maybe it was the increase in COVID-19 cases, maybe it was the […]

Hello July!

Well, we made it through the first 6-months of 2020. I think we all deserve a high five for that. The road to recovery is a long one whether you’re talking about the Black Lives Matter movement or the fallout of COVID-19, but I’m hopeful we’ll get through this. Humans are resilient, right? Personally, I […]

It’s June, and it’s apparently summer.

Is it just me or is 2020 proving to be one of the most difficult years in recent history? As if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t enough, the US is once again in a state of turmoil due to racist actions against Black people of color. Thankfully, we’re gradually making progress regarding the pandemic, and hopefully, […]

Review: Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen

Review: Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen

Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen is the second book in the Getting Hitched in Dixie series. It’s a standalone novel, but if you read Just One of the Groomsmen, which I highly recommend, you’ll recognize Ford Maguire and his group of friends. Always a Bridesmaid was a very fun and quick contemporary romance. It was fun watching […]

It’s May. We’re almost half-way through 2020.

How’s everyone holding up? Can you believe we’re almost half-way through 2020? I can’t, but I’m also glad. 2020 hasn’t been going the way I hoped it would. I don’t know where you are in the world, but where I live, they’ve started the gradual reopening of the state. I think everyone is on edge […]

Review: How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy

Review: How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy

How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy is a companion novel to Announcing Trouble, which I absolutely loved! (If you haven’t checked out my review for Announcing Trouble, you can find it here.) The two can be read as stand-alone’s, but you do get some glimpses into Mai and Anthony’s story in Announcing Trouble. Mai’s attraction towards […]

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