This week's post is more of an editorial, mostly because I just moved to another state and last week was my first week at the new job. Which, on a personal note, was one of the hardest weeks I've ever had at a job! So, not a lot of time for reading, but I do … Continue reading Topic: So… Why Write Book Reviews?
This week's blog post is a topic, rather than a single book review. I suppose the most important thing about this blog to me is that I enjoy writing and producing work. So occasionally, if I am not inspired, either by book or topic, I don't post. Luckily, that lack of inspiration is rare. But … Continue reading Topic: Is it Possible to write a good book as Fanfiction?
This week's topic is based on covers, not the content of the book. I mean no disrespect to any artist or author. My topic post today is merely a lively "discussion" on the topic. Introduction: I remember browsing a book shelf at a bookstore as a kid, just scanning the covers, searching for something to … Continue reading Topic: Are Book Covers Still Important?
True Mate", you know the romances, where the protagonists see each other and it is instant love. You find this type of story in paranormal romances, usually a shifter or vampire. The question is: Is a "True Mate story less of a romance than an ordinary romance book? Two books I want to discuss with … Continue reading Topic: Are “True Mate” Romances truly “Romance”?
A little warning to the readers on this week’s post: this is a discussion on the subgenre of “twincest”. Some individuals might find the topic objectionable; it is not subject matter for those under 18. Please note that this is a post about it in philosophical terms and while there is mention of the novel … Continue reading Topic: Are there Taboo subjects in Romances?
This post is not merely about one book, but on a specific topic found within many sub- genre: cheating. Recently, the topic arose from my Goodreads group (M/M Romance in Goodreads) and also with the very books I have read. So, my question: is there a different moral code between genres and does that … Continue reading Topic: Cheating — What’s in a Word?