Categories
Recommended Reads

From the Bookbed Room: ‘Windfall’ by Jennifer E. Smith

by Jem Manalaysay Jennifer E. Smith and Stephanie Perkins were one of the first YA contemporary authors I’ve read, and I enjoyed each one of their books immensely. In many ways, they are why I fell in love with reading YA lit. Because of that, I was super pleased to see that Jennifer E. Smith is […]

Categories
Recommended Reads

From the Bookbed Room: ‘All That Glitters’ by Ines Bautista-Yao

by Kevin Dones All That Glitters by Ines Bautista-Yao is a page-turner! This contemporary romance took hold of me that I could not stop reading it. Yes, the story line is simple, but the way the author wrote the novel sucked me in—it made me feel invested Billie’s story, and her best friend, Carlos. So if you enjoy […]

Categories
Recommended Reads

From the Bookbed Room: ‘Royally Matched’ by Emma Chase

by Bea Masaluñga Royally Matched by Emma Chase follows Prince Henry John Edgar Thomas Pembrook who signs up for a reality TV dating game show featuring 20 of the world’s most beautiful blue bloods gathered in a castle. There, he finds Lady Sarah Mirabelle Zinnia von Tittebottum who has him captivated. Unfortunately, she isn’t a contestant… ☁ Continue […]

Categories
Giveaways

From the Bookbed Room: Interview with Frank Cavallo (plus a giveaway!)

by Shealea Iral When I received a review request via email from Frank Cavallo’s publicist, I was forced to turn the offer down due to my current backlog of ARCs. But after this interview, I’m pretty sure that Eye of the Storm is right up my alley. It is definitely a book I can see myself […]

Categories
Recommended Reads

From the Bookbed Room: ‘By Your Side’ by Kasie West

by Inah Peralta Kasie West writes the best fluffy romances, and I dove into this book expecting to get The Distance Between Us and On The Fence feels. But By Your Side had something more to offer. Aside from the signature swoons, this book offered me important and relevant issues to explore—and I loved it. ☁  Continue reading […]

Categories
Recommended Reads

From the Bookbed Room: ‘Magonia’ by Maria Dahvana Headley

by Miguel Galang “If you look at the sky that way, it’s this massive shifting poem, or maybe a letter, first written by one author, and then, when the earth moves, annotated by another. So I stare and stare until, one day, I can read it.” Reading Magonia takes me back to those nights where I would […]