Blog tour: 50 Books to Read If You’re a… Hopeless Romantic

Welcome to the blog tour for 50 Books to Read If You’re a… Hopeless Romantic by Eric Kark Anderson!

More about the book…

Discover lesser known books and revisit forgotten romantic classics with 50 Books to Read If You're a Hopeless Romantic.

Whether you're a Bridget Jones fan or a Pride and Prejudice devotee, bibliophile and book blogger Eric Karl Anderson will introduce any fans of love stories to some new and unexpected novels. The book includes an interactive element with space for star ratings, lists of favourite reads, thoughts and dates for beginning and finishing books.

Encompassing a range of authors and books, from classic to contemporary, 50 Books to Read If You’re a Hopeless Romantic offers the lucky reader plenty of scope to discover the best romance books across the globe.

More about the author…

Eric Karl Anderson, aka the Lonesome Reader, hails from Maine and has lived in the UK for many years. He started a reading blog to record his thoughts on the books he was reading and he now reviews books for several publishers across his socials, including his popular YouTube channel. As well as having his own novel and short stories published, he's been on the judging panels of numerous literary awards including The British Book Awards (2017) and The Costa Book Awards (2020). RuPaul praised his blog on his podcast 'What's the Tee?' after Eric recommended he read Damon Galgut's novel Arctic Summer.

My impressions…

A book that includes both Elizabeth Bennet and Bridget Jones is worth having and this is it! Whether - like me - you want to up your game in the romance book department or whether you’re an expert already, this small treasure chest of reading inspiration will delight you!

Three words to describe it. Entertaining. Exciting. Playful.

Do I like the cover? Yes, simple and effective.

Have I read any other books by the same author? Yes, 50 Books to Read If You’re an… Armchair Detective.


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