Blogging muster: March 2014

Blogging muster: March 2014

Here’s what the Book Thingo bloggers got up to in March!

Book reviews

The Girl With All The Gifts by M. R. CareyNight Broken by Patricia Briggs (Mercy Thompson, Book 8) - Australian editionShamed In The Sands Release date: 02/2014 Imprint: Mills & Boon Sexy by Sharon Kendrick

Night Broken by Patricia Briggs (Kat) — The big villain isn’t nearly as fascinating as Mercy’s relationships with Adam and the pack, which is perfect because those relationships are what keeps me hooked on this series.

Shamed In The Sands by Sharon Kendrick (Jodi) — I wanted something different from a desert romance. What I got was the most stereotypical virgin heroine/playboy hero romance of all time.

The Girl With All The Gifts by MR Carey (guest review by Nyssa) — Unexpected and deeply engaging, this book is a superbly written original masterpiece that will inspire.

Kat reviewed the following books for the Booktopia Romance Buzz:

  • Floored by Ainslie Paton (book of the month)
  • Her Kind Of Trouble by Sarah Mayberry
  • The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie
  • Between the Devil and Ian Eversea by Julie Anne Long
  • The Naughty Girls’ Book Club by Sophie Hart

Audio posts

Heart to Heart podcast with Sarah Wendell and a mystery reader — Kat hosts the first episode of Destiny Romance’s Heart to Heart podcast

Miscellany

Veronica Mars (2014) — Film review by Kat

Decadence updated our Black Dagger Brotherhood cheat sheets:

Mr Historical – The 10 Best History Heroes in Romance — Gabby at the Momentum blog puts together a Very Contentious List

A Plethora of Cringe – 10 of the worst ‘special’ moments in romance and erotica — Gabby at the Momentum blog demonstrates that when erotica is bad, it’s reeeeeally bad

And more non-book-related posts from Gabby at the Momentum blog:

Jodi’s regular column  at the Momentum blog recapping The Bold and the Beautiful:

Kat Mayo is a freelance writer, podcaster, Twitter tragic, and compulsive reader. Her reviews have appeared in Books+Publishing, and she was the winner of the 2014 RWA Romance Media Award. She believes in happy endings, and kills fairies with glee.

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