Today we're joined by E.J. Phillips, author of When We Were Ghosts, out October 20, 2020. It's perfect for the spooky season! Read on to find out why Phillips decided to write about two girls falling in love as they chase a ghost... and her own experience with ghosties.
Confession: I've never read a romance set in the 1980's. It's always seemed too recent to be historical and too historical to be modern. But here we are in 2020 and 1980 is forty years past.
Today's review comes to us from Carole V. Bell. Find her on Twitter here!
Another guest review from Melanie!
Historical fiction is my passion. The stories open a door and offer a peek into another time and place. Many readers and writers have a preferred time period. I love all things medieval and earlier! Not that I would ever want to actually go back in time—well, maybe for a few hours—but chances are if I happened upon any time travel doors, I’d be a scullery maid not a princess.
Imagine a room full of people who love books like you do. You get to effuse about books you love, meet the people who write books you love, find out how books you love come to be, and find out about more books you might love! This is what reader events are for me.
Therese Beharrie is known for two things: sweet Harlequin romances and a series of romances that take place entirely in one day. That last bit? Tricky and impressive. (We reviewed the first in that series a while back if you're curious.)
This post comes to us from Melinda, a romance reader and freelance editor. Find her at @melindaedits on Twitter!
Going to a book conference can be overwhelming for multiple reasons – knowing that you’re going to be in the same space as authors you admire? Overwhelming AF! Trying to talk to them!? Ack! One of the things that I also find so overwhelming - but wonderful - is how to pick which books to get signed.
This review comes to us from Mel! We're excited to work with her on a few upcoming pieces and hope you will all welcome her and maybe fangirl with her on Twitter a bit.