Tell Me Something Tuesday: August 11, 2020

Posted August 11, 2020 by Jen in TMST Tags: , , , , ,

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Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post hosted by Rainy Day Ramblings where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books to blogging. Weigh in and join the conversation by adding your thoughts in the comments. If you want to do your own post, grab the question and answer it on your blog. Feel free to leave your links in the comments if you are participating.

August 11: Book challenge: Challenge fellow bloggers to read a book you think they would enjoy

Gah – this one is so hard. I feel like any book I recommend, others will have read it already! Let’s give it a try…

Contemporary Romance:

YOU HAD ME AT HOLA by Alexis Daria. From my review, “You Had Me at Hola is smart, funny, and an entertaining romance with a strong female lead and a diverse cast of characters. I strongly urge you to pick this one up!”

Urban Fantasy:

SHE DREAMS OF FIRE by M. K. Gibson. From my review, “WOW! Have you been looking for a new urban fantasy series? Let me direct your attention to She Dreams of Fire. Right from the explosive beginning, I was drawn into this dark underworld of witches and paranormals.”


Audiobook Cover of SPELLBOUND by Allie TherinSPELLBOUND by Allie Therin. From my review, “I really enjoyed Spellbound. It is a unique blend of historical romance and paranormal — completely entertaining and thrilling. But it is the connection between Arthur and Rory that really tugged at my heart.”


HOW RORY THORNE DESTROYED THE MULTIVERSE by K. Eason. From my review, “How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse is a fantastic adventure, existing somewhere in the gray areas between fantasy and science fiction. I loved the mix of “magic” and “science” making this story unique and extremely interesting. I strongly urge readers not to get hung up on genre and instead take a chance on this wild ride.”

Historical Romance:

THE PRINCESS PLAN by Julia London. From my review, “The Princess Plan is a wonderful romance with a touch of whodunit mystery, bringing together two very unlikely people.”

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment! And if you end up reading one of my suggestions, please let me know!