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Hello Snippetteers! I’m early this week, which is what a week off that includes some social time and a bunch of hermiting gets me.<3

The month of August has been a busy one and this weekend will continue that theme when I head out to celebrate Bookstore Romance Day in my old neighborhood! 605 more words

MM Romance

OUT ON GOOD BEHAVIOR BY DAHLIA ADLER

Spoiler Free Review
Title: Out on Good Behavior
Author: Dahlia Adler
Series or Standalone: Radleigh University, #3/Companion Standalone
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance, LGBT
Publication Date:  889 more words

Books

The Beat Goes On: Contract OK'd for Flute and Harp

It won’t be until June 2021, but “Flute and Harp” is now one step closer to publication in HELIOS QUARTERLY (cf. June 17, 3) with the arrival of the contract which, after a little bit of discussion, I si… 190 more words

Horror

The Ninth Ingredient by Leon Mauvais

This short novella undoubtedly could have befitted from a longer length, and less elaboration on certain scene descriptions.

What’s it About? 

The Renaissance has invaded France! 696 more words

Romance Books

Book Review: Once Ghosted, Twice Shy by Alyssa Cole

Once Ghosted, Twice Shy (Reluctant Royals 2.5)     

Author: Alyssa Cole

Publisher: Avon Impulse

American release date: February 19, 2019

Format/Genre/Length: eBook/Contemporary Romance/LGBT/384 pages

Overall Personal Rating:  407 more words

Julie Lynn Hayes

Book Review: Blood Born @damianarose

Book Title: Blood Born

Book Author:  Renee Lake

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 

Renee has impressed me with this book. As I fell deeper into the story line, I realized just how hard it must have been to write the story. 128 more words

Writing

IN BETWEEN by Lynn Burke @AuthorLynnBurke

Title: In Between

Author: Lynn Burke

Genre: MMF Erotic Romance
Release Date: June 17, 2019

Blurb

After his stepfather nearly ruins both his family name and business, Damien Fiorenza becomes suspicious of everyone—except for his long-time partner, Ethan Lord. 745 more words

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