This is going to be a straight commercial because I AM A GREAT FRIEND OBVIOUSLY. But really, it is a very good and funny book. Since I can’t be trusted to review it myself (too biased) here are some copy-and-pasted reviews from elsewhere....
Round 2 is over! The semi-finals are here! And boy has this been a tough race. Just two more days to go now.
This is it folks: the final day of the first round of our Valentine’s Day bracket. Who among those that remain will move on to Round 2?
The nominations have been made! Now it’s time to vote!
There’s no mistaking that the last few months have been kind of a bummer. Heck, the last year maybe. And for many Valentine’s Day is kind of bittersweet. But StrangestMoon and I are looking to make it all better. In honor of everyone’s favorite celebration of libido we’re holding a bracket to determine the fictional…
Some day, he’s going to tell their children about how he impressed Mom on their first date...
If you read historical romances, or just books in general, my friend wrote a smart, funny book about a lady and her annoying Scottish neighbor in Georgian-era London and Scotland (all over Scotland). It just came out today and it’s on sale for 2.99!
Hey all, I could use the collective wisdom of Groupthink! I have picked out a passage from one of my favorite books that I would like an actress friend to read at my wedding this May. Religion is not at all involved in the ceremony, so the Bible is not an option, and I wanted to pick something about marriage from one…
So I just watched TiMER (suggested to me by someone on GT, I don't remember who but thank you!) and it's premise is that you have a timer that counts down to the day you'll meet your 'one true love'.
So after discovering some weirdos on GT think robots falling in love is the greatest love story ever told I'd like your thoughts on what your favorite loves, love stories, romances, in movies are. Feel free to add more than one movie! Any underrated ones?
There's a lot to celebrate about science fiction romance novels — apart from anything else, they're one of the fastest-growing areas of the genre, and they're getting a lot of people reading science fiction. But there's one trope in the genre that writer C.E. Kilgore finds really repulsive: "dubious consent."
Last night, Booo Vierge officially proposed. :D :D :D
Some genre romances belong to the ages. Others are dead weight. The other day, Futurama tried to turn us all into Fry-Leela shippers at last, with a mixed response. But what's the worst relationship that fans or creators have pushed for?