Tell Me Something Tuesday: November 23, 2021

Posted November 23, 2021 by Jen in TMST Tags: , ,

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November 23rd: Gratitude. What books/authors/narrators/bloggers are you most thankful for this year?

This is a fun post because I really am thankful for the romance/romance-adjacent community. Whether via Twitter, Facebook, email, text, or calls… so many of the community have supported me over the years. Here is a short list of some of those people who’ve made 2021 just a little bit better.


I’ve felt like I’ve been in the middle of doom and gloom for so long that I’m all about the FEEL GOOD stories. Here are a few from 2021 that lifted my spirits:Book cover of Donut Fall in Love by Jackie Lau


Like last year, there have been many authors out there who have worked to uplift our community with positive stories and happy news. There are others who have shared their struggles and losses. I value both and appreciate those authors who allow us fans a peek into their lives. This year I am most thankful for:

  • Anne Renwick. She keeps readers posted on the latest vaccine developments and posts scientific facts. She has also listened to me (via email) talk about the whole college application process that I’m experiencing with my oldest. And she feeds my audiobook passion with her own stories.
  • Jackie Lau. Not only is her fall release, Donut Fall in Love, is one of my favorite books of 2021, but she posted photos of amazing donuts and a few abs in her Facebook group, keeping me hungry and smiling.


Again, I am thankful for the narrators who’ve been sharing on social media. I love hearing their stories. I also love how they can bring a book to life for me. One big stand out in 2021 is:

  • Amanda Ronconi. I don’t interact with Amanda at all, but I do love her work. She narrated a number of books I listened to in 2021, including all of Molly Harper and Danielle Garrett’s work.


How to narrow this down?!

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!