Hello World (& fellow book lovers!)

Hello fellow book lovers! My name is Kel, and this is my first post on my new book blog! This blog is going to be mostly about PNR, UF, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi books and topics. As a new librarian, I started blogging about YA books last year as part of a class project. In my “adult life” I actually read a ton of Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, and Science Fiction. This month I’ve been in a real reading slump (always a bummer!) and I’ve been diving through a bunch of blogs to find some new reading recommendations. All of these wonderful blogs have inspired me to join the conversation with a new blog of my very own. I’m pretty excited about it!

A little about me….
Librarian. Cat lady. Tea drinker. Reader. Mud Runner. Geek. Harry Potter aficionado.

Some of my favorite authors/series

Urban Fantasy
Karen Moning – Fever
Anne Bishop – The Others
Patricia Briggs – Mercy Thompson
Jim Butcher – Harry Dresden
Jeaniene Frost – Night Huntress, Night World, Night Prince
Nalini Singh – Archangels

Paranormal Romance
Lara Adrian – Midnight Breed
Patricia Briggs – Alpha & Omega
Kresley Cole – Immortals After Dark
Thea Harrison – The Elder Races
Elizabeth Hunter – Elemental World, Elemental Legacies, Elemental Mysteries
Sherrilyn Kenyon – Dark Hunter (the earlier novels)
Gena Showalter – Lords of the Underworlds
J.R. Ward – Brotherhood

Romantic Fantasy or Sci-Fi
Juliet Marillier – all
Elizabeth Vaughan – Warprize
C.L. Wilson – Lord of the Fading Lands
Nalini Singh – Psy /Changeling
Lynn Kurland – De Piaget & MacLeod (PG rating!)



12 thoughts on “Hello World (& fellow book lovers!)

  1. Welcome! I like your favourite books/authors list, I’m also a fan of Juliet Marillier, Nalini Singh, Anne Bishop and Jeaniene Frost. And I’ve been meaning to read Warprize for a while now as I’ve heard good things, so I’m glad to see you recommend it too – now I just have to get my act together and finally read it 🙂

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    • I’ve only tried her Dark series so far. It comes so highly recommended but I couldn’t get through the first book. Something about it just didn’t appeal. But maybe I should give a different series a try?


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