E41: Some Things to Ponder
Jess and Trisha are not surprised that romance sales are up, talk a little about romance book printing and supply decisions, and recommend books in which the geographic setting is integral to the story.
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Barnes & Nobleis selling more romance(and the bestselling books are listed at that link).
Podcast high-five for all of the booksellers involved inBookstore Romance Day!
And here’sthe Book Riot piece on illustrated coversby Kelly Jensen.
The Big Burnby Timothy Egan
We Are Never Meeting In Real Lifeby Samantha Irby
Misadventures of a Curvy Girlby Sierra Simone
The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanicsby Olivia Waite
Once Ghosted, Twice Shyby Alyssa Cole
Virgin Riverby Robyn Carr
Three Part Harmonyby Holley Trent
Prideby Ibi Zoboi
Wicked and the Wallflowerby Sarah MacLean
Brazen and the Beastby Sarah MacLean
The World Turned Upside Downby Elyse Springer
Indigoby Beverly Jenkins
Rebelby Beverly Jenkins
I Think I Might Love Youby Christina C. Jones
The Coincidence of Coconut Cakeby Amy E. Reichart
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