Wednesday, July 8th 2020


Q: What is the best book that you’ve read so far in 2020?
A: Oof. This is always a hard question. I am going to go with Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert. It was cute, funny and hot at times. I loved it and want to re-read it.

Q: What has been your favorite sequel of the first half of the year?
A: A Week to be Wicked by Tessa Dare. This one is by far my favorite book in the series. Highly recommend if you like historical romance.

Q: Is there a new release that you haven’t read yet but you’re really excited for?
A: I am dying to get my hands on The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix.

Q: What is your most anticipated release for the second half of the year?
A: Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer. I just saw a little blurb about this book today and I love Marissa Meyer so of course, I really want to read it.

Q: What is your biggest disappointment so far?
A: Witches: The Transformative Power of Women Working Together by Sam George-Allen. It was not what I thought it was and honestly, it was boring.

Q: What is your biggest surprise so far?
A: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller. I was intimated by this book. I thought it was going to be super dense and boring. But it was not that at all! I had a hard time putting it down and I was sad when it was over.

Q: What is your favorite new to you or debut author?
A: Christina Lauren. I finally read a book by them, The Unhoneymooners and I loved it. It was so cute!

Q: What is your new favorite character?
A: Chloe Brown from Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert. I can relate to her.

Q: A book that made you cry?
A: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. I got too attached to a character.

Q: A book that made you happy?
A: I mean, all the romance novels that make me giggle make me happy.

Q: What is the most beautiful book that you have bought?
A: I have actually gotten a few middle-grade books this year to read and I love the covers! They are all illustrated and colorful.

Q: What books do you want to read by the end of the year?
A: There are sooo many. But here is a short list: Saving Savannah by Tonya Bolden, Three Daughters of Eve by Elif Shafak, Midnight Chicken by Ella Risbridger, You Should See me in a Crown by Leah Johnson, The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune and We Are the Weather by Jonathan Safran Foer.