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  • Tried and True by Charlie Cochet 7%, 18 votes
    18 votes 7%
    18 votes - 7% of all votes
  • Gummy Bears and Grenades by Charlie Cochet 5%, 13 votes
    13 votes 5%
    13 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Imago by NR Walker 5%, 13 votes
    13 votes 5%
    13 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Dim Sum Asylum by Rhys Ford 5%, 13 votes
    13 votes 5%
    13 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Tate by Ella Frank 5%, 12 votes
    12 votes 5%
    12 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Darkest Hour Before Dawn by Charlie Cochet 5%, 12 votes
    12 votes 5%
    12 votes - 5% of all votes
  • A Destiny of Dragons by TJ Klune 5%, 11 votes
    11 votes 5%
    11 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Tease by Ella Frank 5%, 11 votes
    11 votes 5%
    11 votes - 5% of all votes
  • Hexslayer by Jordan L Hawk 4%, 9 votes
    9 votes 4%
    9 votes - 4% of all votes
  • Locked in Silence by Sloane Kennedy 4%, 9 votes
    9 votes 4%
    9 votes - 4% of all votes
  • Tramps and Thieves by Rhys Ford 4%, 9 votes
    9 votes 4%
    9 votes - 4% of all votes
  • Lost and Found by Lucy Lennox and Sloane Kennedy 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • Red Fish, Dead Fish by Amy Lane 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • Tender with a twist by Annabeth Albert 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • On Davis Row by NR Walker 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • Draakenwood by Jordan L. Hawk 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • The Consumption of Magic by TJ Klune 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • Switched by NR Walker 3%, 8 votes
    8 votes 3%
    8 votes - 3% of all votes
  • Wedlocked by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine 2%, 6 votes
    6 votes 2%
    6 votes - 2% of all votes
  • Fool on Main Beach by Tara Lain 2%, 5 votes
    5 votes 2%
    5 votes - 2% of all votes
  • Nothing Special Book 5 by AE Via 2%, 4 votes
    4 votes 2%
    4 votes - 2% of all votes
  • Until You by TJ Klune 2%, 4 votes
    4 votes 2%
    4 votes - 2% of all votes
  • An Unseen Attraction by KJ Charles 2%, 4 votes
    4 votes 2%
    4 votes - 2% of all votes
  • Yanni’s Story by NR Walker 2%, 4 votes
    4 votes 2%
    4 votes - 2% of all votes
  • Unexpected by Sloane Kennedy 2%, 4 votes
    4 votes 2%
    4 votes - 2% of all votes
  • So This Is Christmas by Josh Lanyon 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Dyed and Gone To Heaven by Aimee Nicole Walker 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Hush by Tal Bauer 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Painted on My Heart by Kindle Alexander 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • The Long Winding Road by TJ Klune 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • I Do, or Dye Trying by Aimee Nicole Walker 1%, 3 votes
    3 votes 1%
    3 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Skin after Skin by Jordan Castillo Price 1%, 2 votes
    2 votes 1%
    2 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Redemption by Sloane Kennedy 1%, 2 votes
    2 votes 1%
    2 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Atonement by Sloane Kennedy 0%, 1 vote
    1 vote
    1 vote - 0% of all votes
  • Finding Hope by Sloane Kennedy 0%, 1 vote
    1 vote
    1 vote - 0% of all votes
  • Reservations by Kindle Alexander 0%, 1 vote
    1 vote
    1 vote - 0% of all votes
  • Defiance by Sloane Kennedy 0%, 0 votes
    0 votes
    0 votes - 0% of all votes
  • Revelation By Sloane Kennedy 0%, 0 votes
    0 votes
    0 votes - 0% of all votes
  • Undisputed by Aimee Nicole Smith 0%, 0 votes
    0 votes
    0 votes - 0% of all votes
Total Votes: 242
Voters: 97
December 28, 2017 - January 7, 2018
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  1. I learn about new books a variety of ways – blogs, newsletters, goodreads, facebook groups and, very rarely, Amazon alerts (those are usually so late I already know about the book).

  2. I like to learn about new books through Facebook groups, book review sites, and author’s personal web sites and news letters.

  3. I love to learn about new books from all kinds of places, but my favorites are Goodreads and some of the Facebook author groups. Discussions are always enlightening – and entertaining. 🙂

  4. Skin After Skin is my favorite choice.
    PsyCop is my favorite series.
    I love this group and the Queer Sci Fi group to learn about new books.

  5. Primarily, Goodreads, but also by word of mouth and friend’s recs. Also, from time to time, I take a look at retailer’s web pages (especially DSP or Riptide, among others) to see what’s new and what’s coming out next.

  6. Mostly I learn about new books through reaching the blurbs of books that have interesting covers. Otherwise, author recs.

  7. I primarily learn about new books from goodreads, but I also get recs from friends and FB. I also happen to stalk a few authors and see when they post about new releases.

  8. I like to learn about new books through author websites, author newsletters, publishers newsletters, Facebook pages, and following people on Twitter and Bookbub. Then of course I also learn about them via word of mouth from friends and family.

  9. I tend to follow my favourite authors, and some publishers send notifications when authors have new releases

  10. Oh so many ways, the mmrec Facebook page,author newsletters, publishers newsletters, bookbub, blogs, authors Facebook pages and of course friends recommendations

  11. I go to goodreads, when I’m unsure about a book. Otherwise I get information concerning new books through author’s newsletters, sites like yours or podcasts. Those are the easiest options, since I don’t use FB.

  12. So many good books to choose from! I learn about new books through blogs, author newsletters, facebook groups, author FB profiles and friend recs

  13. I don’t have a real-life job so I have time to troll. RSS Feeds, newsletters, fb groups & pages, even using the big A “thought you might like” recos.
    The result’s the same, far more TBR than I can read in my remaining lifetime, LOL

  14. I find out about new books in all kinds of ways: Author newsletters and Facebook groups, publisher newsletters, blog tours, Amazon recs, book blogs.

  15. generally learn about new books via facebook & goodreads as well as some blogs that follow, new releases from authors like from their newsletter if I decide to subscribe

  16. I get almost all of my books recommendations from authors I follow on Facebook, book rec groups on FB, and the DSP Daily Deals.

  17. I like the publishers sites because thats where i buy most books. But i also check Kobo as it has a list with most recent. And i find out about a lot of books through Facebook and authors’ sites. I used to keep track through ARe and I think I know about way more books now, my wallet is hurting more this year.

  18. Author pages on Facebook and newsletters I get emailed. Also general/review emails from Bookbub, Morgan Open Skye etc. I follow all my favourite authors on Amazon as well so I get notified via them if they have a new book out

  19. Aside from FB groups and blogs, I go by personal recommendations. Two authors recommended Axios by Jaclyn Osborn and I am so glad. Am looking forward to more recommendations next year!

  20. I belong to several Facebook pages that recommend books. Also get updates on free books, I have found new authors that way.

  21. I learn about new books from various sources, and what I like best are blogs like these where I can also see reviews.

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