Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl. OK, so I basically have a terrible memory. (I blame too much Diet Coke - aspartame, man. It's bad for you.) ANYHOO. I have a hard time remembering back through the entiiiiiiire year for things like this. Luckily, the awesome book blogger … Continue reading Top Ten favorite books I read in 2019
Month: December 2019
(Bookish) Goals/Resolutions Get NetGalley Feedback Ratio to 80% (and KEEP IT THERE!) Once caught up to 20 oustanding egalleys, the new goal is to have no more than 20 outstanding at any given time. Visit Love's Sweet Arrow in Chicago Ari and I have a tentative plan to take the Megabus in the summer/fall Grow … Continue reading New Year, New Goals!
One of my goals (resolutions?) for 2020 is to do more discussion/meme/tag content posts, so I don't get stuck in the Review Rut. And what better way to spark some inspiration that by participating in Top Ten Tuesday?! Hosted by the lovely Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl, so go check it out if you … Continue reading Top Ten Books I Hope to Find Under My Tree
Well, it's getting to be about that time. I have a lot of stuff I wish I'd done better this year, but I'm not dwelling on that - I'm looking ahead to a new year! One thing I found invaluable with book tracking this year was the Book Blogger / Reader Spreadsheet Template by Reader … Continue reading Reader/Blog Tracking for 2020 with Reader Voracious’ AMAZING spreadsheet
In the first book in Eva Leigh's new Union of the Rakes series, a bluestocking enlists a faux suitor to help her land an ideal husband only to be blindsided by real desire… Lady Grace Wyatt is content as a wallflower, focusing on scientific pursuits rather than the complications of society matches. But when a … Continue reading Blog Tour: My Fake Rake by Eva Leigh (Review, Teaser, Giveaway)
THIS IS THE MOST GLORIOUS THING I’VE EVER SEEN and I’m going to press gang several of my friends into playing with me.
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Episode 5, First watch
Darcy introduces Elizabeth to his sister, Georgiana; in spite of Miss Bingley’s best efforts, their relationship is growing warmer, until Elizabeth receives a piece of distressing news from Longbourn.
So I finally got to hang out with my guy after two weeks of not seeing him, but I skipped my bi-weekly DND game to do it.
Then I had to skip going back to his house to write this dang blog 🤦🏻♀️
I hope y’all know how much I love you to have turned down a sure thing for this 🙃🙃🙃
This TTRPG is an adaptation of another game called “René le jeu de Rôle Romantique,” and originally adapted by Phillipe Tromuer. Where he used Wurthering Heights, we will of course use Pride & Prejudice!
You will need a character sheet, 1d6, 1d10, 1d12, 1d20 and your imagination.
Create your character
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Would Like to Meet Author: Rachel Winters Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons (December 3, 2019) Kindle edition, 336 pages Romance, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy Goodreads | Amazon Summary After seven years as an assistant, 29-year-old Evie Summers is ready to finally get the promotion she deserves. But now the TV and film agency she's … Continue reading Book Review: Would Like to Meet by Rachel Winters