Since Happily Ever After Romance is a relatively new blog I decided to join up with some 2021 Reading Challenges with this blog in mind.
I frankly suck at remembering to go and link up reviews at the Challenge(s) websites – I really have to work on that… but, once again, I’m determined to do better. 🙂
This blog is all about my love of love stories, usually from the various lines at Harlequin or Tule Publishing Houses (although those aren’t my only romance addiction sites). I buy books every single, freakin’ month… but I don’t always manage to read them right away. That is why this blog exists, frankly, and why these particular Reading Challenges would work for HEA Romance. Let’s see what I can find this year:
I’ve entered Linda & Brandee’s New Release Challenge before with my older, more established blog (Keeper Bookshelf). My goal with this blog is to embrace pure Romance stories, the kind I grew up on (maybe a bit steamier now :)) and the ones that I still love to this day. Harlequin books have had my back for years, so I know that I’ll always have those “new releases” each and every month.
Since my 2021 Goodreads Reading Challenge is for 100 books on this blog, I’m going for that level in this Challenge as well. Between Harlequin, Tule Publishing, and the other new “must-have” releases coming in 2021 I think I can do this. As always, remembering to link up the reviews is my downfall. So this year I’m making Goodreads shelves for Challenges and once I’ve that set up I’ll put the link here… at least going back and linking up at (Un)Conventional Bookworms will be a bit easier when I forget (which I will). *wink*
This one is unique and I thought it might be fun to try it here on Happily Ever After Romance because of the cover colors – it may not be as easy as it looks for this genre 🙂 Let’s find out!
This one intrigues me. First, it’s Romance based (I think this blog qualifies 🙂 ). And then it has monthly prompts in different categories or tropes of Romance, it will be interesting how many of them I can read throughout the year. This isn’t really an erotica blog (that is February’s) although some of these pages get really steamy. *wink* So, we shall see what happens with this Challenge.
I think that’s enough for Happily Ever After Romance. My biggest challenge is recording or linking reviews/reads of the books I choose for these Challenges. That’s always my downfall. Perhaps this year will be better – after all… 2020. ‘nough said, am I right?