Welcome! If you've visited our blog before or if you're a frequent visitor, you'll notice we updated our look! We have a thing for mint and pink so we chose the colors to be the theme. What do you think? We love it and hope that you like it too! We're still going to retain our icon though.
In addition with the new blog look, we also want to host a giveaway! We have two rafflecopter links below. First one is for a chance to win a paperback under $16 via Book Depository! If the Book Depository ships to you, you can enter! Second one is open for Philippine residents only. Sorry! We have limited funds and couldn't ship everything worldwide for now.

Here's the complete list of the things we're giving away!

1 paperback under $16 via Book Depository
1 ecopy of The Thing About Hug Replacements by Tara Frejas
1 ecopy of Just A Little Bit Of Love by Ines-Bautista Yao
1 ecopy of Songs To Get Over You by Jay E Tria
1 ecopy of The Hometown Hazard by Dawn Lanuza
1 ecopy of The Boyfriend Backtrack  by Dawn Lanuza
1 ecopy of The Real Score by Kessica Tanglao
1 ecopy of After the Moment by Six de los Reyes
1 ecopy of Settle the Score by Tara Frejas
1 ecopy of Plain Vanilla by Ines-Bautista Yao
1 ecopy of What About Today by Dawn Lanuza
1 ebook collection by Chris Mariano
1 ecopy of un-breakable by Kessica Tanglao
1 ecopy of The Bye Bye Bouquet by Chi Yu Rodriguez
1 ecopy of The Princess Finds Her Match by Suzette de Borja
2 ecopies of She Caught Me by DR Lee
2 ecopies of Inappropriate Entanglement by DR Lee
1 ebook pack of Takedown series by Bianca Mori

Local Only (Philippines):
1 paperback of The "Forget You" Brew by Tara Frejas
3 paperback copies of Marry Me, Charlotte B! + notepads by Carla de Guzman
4 swag bundles from Jette Gonzales
1 paperback of Just For the Record by Six de los Reyes
1 paperback of Finding X by Miles Tan + paperclip
1 paperback of All's Fair in Blog and War by Chrissie Peria + Book locket
1 paperback of Once Upon a Player by Agay llanera
1 paperback of Learning to Fall by Mina V Esguerra

(#RomanceClass authors organized an event on April 17th called #AprilFEELSDay, you can register here: X)

**We would like to keep the bundle groupings a secret so we won't be posting which prize is under a bundle. We are giving away 4 bundles of swag for PH residents. These are from fabulous authors so be sure to check them out!



Blog Tour: How to Get Your Heart Broken by Rose Fall

How to Get Your Heart Broken
Release Date: March 21st 2016
Genre: YA Contemporary

A self-proclaimed cynic, Eli is unsurprised by her boyfriend’s betrayal. Yet, its impact goes beyond what she realizes; a cruel bet, an array of secrets, and a thousand lessons not yet learned teach her how to trust again as an unlikely boy shows her a kind of love she never knew existed.
After Eli finds her boyfriend cheating on her, she seeks an escape. She heads to the beach to spend the summer before college with her two best friends. When Eli is unable to move past the betrayal, the girls devise a distraction; a bet about their handsome neighbor. Yet their thoughtless competition goes too far and their friendships are tested as they began to wonder how much they really know about each other and themselves. In the chaos, they manage to learn the truth about love, self-acceptance, and the journey back from rock bottom. 

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Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
It was fan fiction. It was about One Tree Hill which is still one of my favorite shows in the world. I used to write it by hand and then give it to one of my best friends to publish online, because we didn’t have internet at home. Medieval times…

Who are your favorite authors?
KIM HOLDEN! I’ve never before felt the way I did while reading Bright Side and Gus. It didn’t feel like reading a book, the devastation was so real. I feel like I came out of that a different person! I also love John Green, Lauren Oliver, Rainbow Rowell…

What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
One of the mottos I live by is a quote I read once: “Don’t take life too seriously; no one makes it out alive anyway.” My friends happen to think I have a pretty morbid sense of humor, but to me this idea is very liberating. It means I’m free to do whatever the h-e-double hockey sticks I want!  None of the mistakes I make are going to bring about the end of the world, and since I already know how this story ends (with death) there’s no need to worry about screwing it up…Yes, my friends are right.

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I certainly have no shortage of hobbies. There are two categories for me; there are those hobbies I pick up and put down almost as quickly and then there are those I'm relatively committed to. In the past the former has included fencing, knitting, yoga, running, swimming, you can probably see a pattern with sports. Also on this list is ballroom dancing but that's something I would like to pick back up because I actually really enjoyed it. The other category includes baking, songwriting, reading, and travelling.

Quick. Something weird…
I've always dreamed about having a cooking show and sometimes when I'm cooking alone I talk to myself and explain all the steps, pretending there's a camera there.

What is your writing process?
It depends on the story. I have one short story called "Easy as 1, 2, 3" that came about in that strange state that's somewhere between dreaming and awake. Once I woke up all I had to do was write it! A lot of them begin with "What if..." then I play out a loose sequence in my head and try to decide if it's interesting enough that I would read it. Sometimes I'll write down a quote or song lyric I found interesting and months later revisit it to see what comes to me.

Where can your readers connect with you?
I have a blog, rosesarecool.wordpress.com for anyone that wants to leave comments, questions, pictures of their cats…

I also have a twitter (@rosesarecool) though I'd be lying if I said I'm an active twitterer.
 A word that you use way too often?
“Absurd.” Because everything is absurd. 

Rose Fall was born in New York City to Senegalese immigrant parents. She is currently studying Communication and Global Studies at UNC Chapel Hill. Her debut novel "How to Get Your Heart Broken" is set to be released Spring 2016. You can find her at her blog on rosesarecool.wordpress.com

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Book Review: Lines We Forget by J.E. Warren

Lines We Forget by J.E. Warren
Contemporary, Romance

Love never comes easy, especially to those who aren’t prepared for it…
Twenty-four-year-old musician Charlie Stone has always played the classics. It’s just another day of playing the same old songs until he notices her—Anna Garrett, a beauty with cold-bitten, rosy cheeks and a coffee cup clutched in her hands. 

Five songs later, and she’s still standing there. He vows to steal her heart the only way he knows how.

In the heart of London, chance encounters are few and far between, but a warm melody can bring people together… 

New day, same old disappointments. Anna Garrett believes her luck at finding love has stalled before it’s even started when she’s stood up for a second date with a friend of her housemate.
But when she sees a handsome musician playing his heart out, everything changes. Memories come flooding back. As she listens to the music, Anna realises she must take matters of love and luck into her own hands. 

When opposites attract, sparks fly… 

After a series of wonderful, unconventional dates, feisty Anna and hopeless romantic Charlie declare their love for each other. But their newfound bond is rocked to its core by a New Year’s Eve party gone awry that threatens to throw them off course.

Finally, a bright future appears to be within their grasp. But when Anna’s world fractures and distance comes between them, the real work begins. 

Will their love go on in perfect harmony, or become another old song full of Lines We Forget?
 The many people crossing Charlie's path were not able to draw him out of his bubble, long drawn by the challenges he'd faced in his life. That is, until he meets the eyes of a particular girl whose eyes say a lot more than her words. Giving everything he's got, Charlie tries to catch the attention of the one girl he's certain he has felt more for than anyone in his life.

Hearing a song that has been a significant part in her youth, Anna searches the busy streets of London until he catches the eye of a certain man playing his guitar near the tube. Drawn to his music, and the underlying emotions in each note he strums.

Drawn together by music, Charlie and Anna's path intertwines. With time, they grew closer, growing into their relationship, til the little misunderstandings placed little cracks into it until it gave out. Will they fight for their future together, or simply let it fall apart?

Anna and Charlie's story is very relatable. Love, truly, is full of love, and at the same time, pain. You learn to love the little things and at the same time, some things, when hidden, can create rifts in a relationship. One's partner is not a mind reader. Communication, once again, is the key in order to let the other person know what the other is going through. It is through experiencing hurt that love grows since one gets to learn more about the person they love, doing whatever it takes to avoid hurting the other.

in The United Kingdom 



Member Since
July 2015


J.E.Warren currently resides in a somewhat sleepy seaside town, and is a British Romance/YA writer who has a long standing love for milky tea, travel, shaggy haired 90’s band Hanson, and small dogs.

She enjoys writing and bringing to life realistic and relatable characters, especially strong, sharp and savvy females who aren’t afraid to speak their mind.

Music has always played a big part in her life – from noisy rock to reggae, folk to pop punk and everything else in between. And is a constant source of inspiration when writing, especially when plotting new ways to steal reader’s hearts, or make them swoon (usually with the help of guitar playing heartthrobs.)

When she’s not writing, J.E likes to curate perfect playlists – of which she has many, and catch up on her favourite shows (again too many), though you can be certain to find Buffy The Vampire Slayer on heavy rotation.