INJS is one of Favorite Reads of 2018!

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When I checked Twitter this morning, it was a pleasant surprise to find that I was tagged in a tweet. The tweet? My romcom book, It’s Not Just Semantics, was picked by a book blogger/booktuber as one of her Favorite Reads of 2018! ???

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In her previous post last December 18, 2018, I was so happy to read her blog where she wrote about my female protagonist:

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I never thought my book would be included in her list of Favorite Reads of 2018. I am so honoured and humbled. Thank you so much! ?

More than this, I commend this blogger for giving a chance to read the books of indie authors. In her blog, she said it was important for her to read diversely and to select books from up and coming authors or indie authors. Thank you for supporting us indie authors!

Her reviews were her participation in the #smutathon, a week long readathon where the focus is to read adult romance. Her personal criteria was, I quote:

“… the HEA is not the ultimate goal, but rather strong storytelling with a focus of how the relationship is actually handled. This distinction is important on whether or not I will like the book.”

https://www.bloglovin.com/@weekendreader/smutathon-wrap-up

For her full post on her Favorite Reads of 2018, click HERE. I urge you to follow her blog!

It’s Not Just Semantics is available here.


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INJS is one of Favorite Reads of 2018!

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