Top Ten Tuesday: Three Books to Read if You’re in the Mood for Paranormal Romance

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by the lovely people at The Broke and the Bookish. Given that they are many, and there is only one of me, all Top Ten Tuesday posts will really be Top Three Tuesdays.

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March 1 2016 TTT Topic Title

This week was a book recommendation week, and as you lovely people know, I am obsessed with paranormal romance. Why? Because you get the edge of urban fantasy with the awww cuteness of romance. So here are three books you should definitely check out if you’re browsing around for your next paranormal romance read.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Three Book Boyfriends I Wish Were Real

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by the lovely people at The Broke and the Bookish. Given that they are many, and there is only one of me, all Top Ten Tuesday posts will really be Top Three Tuesdays.

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 February 9 2016 TTT Topic Title

This week was a freebie week, as long as your list had something to do with Valentine’s Day, which is coming up this Sunday! Considering that I am indeed single, I’ll most likely be spending V-day with my books and family. Thus, I thought it would be fun to look at my favorite book boyfriends, and judge which one I would date if they were real.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Three Consequences of Futuristic Societies I’d Love to Read in Books

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by the lovely people at The Broke and the Bookish. Given that they are many, and there is only one of me, all Top Ten Tuesday posts will really be Top Three Tuesdays.

This week’s topic is…

February 2 2016 TTT Topic Title

Now, we had an option of choosing a topic that either had a historical or futuristic theme to it. If you know me, you know I strongly…dislike historicals. Nothing against historical authors and writers,  but I had the most evil AP history teacher and he has basically scarred me for life. Thus, the futuristic theme for today’s post.

The word futuristic immediately made me think of science fiction novels and the future consequences of rapid technological advancement. Strange, I know, but my mother is constantly ranting about how technology will cause the end of the world, so there you go.

Despite the freedom science fiction authors have in writing their books, I have found that their books really fall into three basic categories: space exploration (very Star Trekky), overcoming an aggressive alien race that wants to assimilate (read subjugate) humans (say hello to the Borg), and cultural exchange (never try to barter with the ferengi). So, with that in mind, here are the three consequences of futuristic societies I’d love to read in books.

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