It’s officially September and that means it’s time to start thinking about cooler weather the holiday season. To get you in the mood, Southern Living has compiled a list of 15 books that are perfect celebrating, including A Holly Jolly Diwali.
To check out the full list, visit the Southern Living article.
I’m so excited to be included on this wonderful list of Asian Canadian authors. The Daily Hive put this list together to celebrate Asian Canadian Month and it includes books by Simu Liu, Lilly Singh, Jonny Sun and Sonya Singh.
To check out the full list, click here.
Reading and writing romance has taught me the genre is more about the journey than the destination. It can be about learning to live life authentically, accepting past hurts and mistakes or growing into better versions of ourselves. It can be just as much about the pursuit of self-love as romantic love.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I wrote about 10 new releases that are about finding love in all its forms, whether you’re celebrating with your bestie, that special someone or the most special person of all—you.
You can read my article here on Chatelaine’s website.
I’m so grateful to see A Holly Jolly Diwali show up on so many amazing lists, articles and features. Here are a few more that have recently popped up:
Buzzfeed has put together a list of 12 Festive Romances To Read This Holiday Season.
Her Campus, Metro Parent and The Mac Weekly all included A Holly Jolly Diwali in their list of holiday book recommendations.
There’s holiday magic and romance in the air! I’m so excited to share that Entertainment Weekly has included A Holly Jolly Diwali in this list of holiday-themed romance stories that will be sure to put you in the mood.
“A Holly Jolly Diwali is a sweeping global romance that epically showcases India’s festival of lights.”
Click here to check out the full list of romantic reads.
The Globe and Mail has put together a great list of books, which includes A Holly Jolly Diwali, that will be sure to bring some joy to your holiday reading.
Check out the full list here.
Have you waited until the last minute to get your holiday shopping done? Well, in case you have a rom-com lover on your list, here are some suggestions, including A Holly Jolly Diwali, by CBC Books that might make their holiday!
Click here to check out the full list.
If you are looking for some lighthearted Indian romances to add to your reading list, then you are in luck. Book Riot has put together this fabulous list (including A Holly Jolly Diwali) for your reading pleasure.
Click here to check out all 17 titles on Book Riot’s site!
If you are a reader that loves to get into the holiday mood with your book choices, then this list is perfect for you! We Are Bookish (by Netgalley) has put together a list of 10 holiday romances that are must-adds to your TBR. I’m happy to see that A Holly Jolly Diwali was included!
Get into the holiday mood and check out the full list on the We Are Bookish site.
This quick list of new romances adds diverse voices while keeping all the tropes in HEAs (Happily Ever Afters) readers adore. I’m so happy to say that A Holly Jolly Diwali is included on the list.
Click here to read about all 5 titles on Chatelaine’s site.