September Favorite Books

Hi everyone! Today we are sharing our Favorite Books from September! I hope you all had a great reading month! If you have any favorites of your own, we’d love to hear them in the comments! Jay’s Favorite Books The Quarterback by Mackenzie Blair Tramps and Thieves by Rhys Ford Femme by Marshall Thornton (audio […]

Review: Gives Light by Rose Christo

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel When Skylar St. Clair was five years old, a serial killer slaughtered his mother and robbed Sky of his voice. He has lived with his father ever since, away from the reservation and the memories it holds. But now his father is […]

Coming This Week

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a great week! Things are moving along well here with our Reading Challenge Month. Last night closed out New To Me Author Week, and tomorrow we kick off Self Published Book Week! I am really looking forward to this one, especially because we have so many prizes this […]

Throwback Thursday Review: The Place Where They Cried by Rose Christo

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Gives Grain, a shaman and tribal leader to the Paiute, or Water People, cannot imagine a life away from the desert or ocean, the places his people call home. They winter with the Shoshone on the plains, but in the spring […]

Amy’s Best of 2013

After a stellar 2012, where I was introduced to the m/m romance genre and read well over 300 books, I predicted 2013 would be the same.  And it started out great — I made a goal to read 300 books this year and, until September, was right on target.  Then, I started graduate school and […]

May’s Favorite Books

Hello everyone! Well another month has gone by and it was busy once again here at Joyfully Jay! In May we reviewed 65 books, which may be a record!  I personally had a great reading month.  Although these are my top picks, I had many books that I enjoyed this month. And lots more that […]

YA Roundup by Amy

I’ve noticed here on Joyfully Jay that we don’t review a lot of young adult novels.  I am a huge lover of YA fiction. I just can’t seem to get enough. So while I enjoy adult m/m romance novels, the thing that I love most about YA is that, because there are usually no lengthy […]