Just Love turns TWO!

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Today is Just Love’s second birthday! We’ve officially entered whatever the blogger equivalent of “the terrible twos” is. I’m constantly amazed by how far JL has come in the last couple of years… from a tiny blog that I ran myself, to a rapidly-growing site with a fantastic group of reviewers– all of whom I’m fortunate enough to call friends. Running this blog is a labor of love, and I’m so thankful to the amazing team that works with me to keep it fun, interesting… and always hilarious.

But because it’s our birthday (and because I just got back from RT Convention with a very large stack of books), I’m thinking we should do some giveaways.

Okay, a lot of giveaways.

We have paperbacks*. We have audiobooks. We have eBooks, giftcards, and probably some fun swag that I’ve picked up from some of our favorite queer authors!

You wanna win?

(Sorry, that was a dumb question.)

BOOM —>

contest giveaway blog anniversary

Click on that pretty picture, enter to win. Over the next week, I’ll randomly draw winners from the entries. You can enter daily. You can rack up more ways to enter. You can, in fact, win more than once.

(* but only US folks will win paperbacks. Sorry guys… we keep the site ad free because ads are annoying af, but that means we have zero ad revenue with which to ship books overseas.)

Legal blah blah blah: Must be over 18 to win, contest opens at 9:00 am EST on May 20 (ie, when this post goes up), and ends 11:59 pm EST on May 27. Winners of physical prizes must be able to provide a US address to ship to.

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33 thoughts on “Just Love turns TWO!

  1. Congratulations on your 2nd Anniversary!!! My favourite book so far this year has been “Imago” by N R Walker and of course the follow up too “Imagines”

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  2. 2 years! Congratulations!!! Here’s to another 2 and much more! 😀
    And thank you for the chance to win – especially as a non-US resident for ebooks. *fingers are crossed*
    I’ve read some pretty awesome books already this year so I’m looking forward to more releases and more recommendations and reviews!
    Congratulations again!

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    • It’s hard to pick but one of the best books I’ve read so far this year is… Hard Wired by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell. Can’t wait for more in the series!

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  3. Congrats on the blogaversary! The best book I’ve listened to this year is Where We Left Off by Roan Parrish, narrated by the outstanding Spencer Goss. My favorite read so far … How to Bang a Billionaire by Alexis Hall.

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  4. happy birthday to youuuuuuuu 😀 oh man i’ve had a couple fave this year already. ummm but i must say and the one i’m def been reccing to people lately: Better At Weddings Than You by Mina V. Esguerra. it’s Filipino romance set in the Philippines and the MC and the LI are in their 30s which i loved! the book is just really great 🙂

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  5. Happy Birthday! It is really tough to pick just one book as I have read so many great ones this year. But, I will go with Seven Summer Nights by Harper Fox. I think this will be a re-read for me.

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    • Oh! Derp! Best book is PERMANENT JET LAG by A.N. Casey and a close second is a yet-to-be-released book by Melanie Hansen.

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  6. Happy 2nd Anniversary — hope it’s not a terrible twos *lol*. My favorite reads of the year so far is the upcoming “Back to You” by Chris Scully, the upcoming “On Point” by Annabeth Albert, and “Risky Behavior” by L.A. Witt & Cari Z.

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  7. Happy anniversary! I discovered you guys a few months ago and it was such a relief to find an mm / queer romance review blog that shares my sensibilities (i.e. no beefcake pics draped in rainbow flags).

    It’s hard to pick, but today I’d say my favorite read was Fast Connection.

    And my favorite book that I discovered through this site is Peter Darling by Austin Chant.

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  8. Wish you many more happy years ahead, Just Love! Every day I check in to see your reviews so I know what books to add to my reader. So far, the book that stands out most is Rhapsody on a Theme by Matthew J. Metzger. Emotional and intense, even dark at times, Metzger penned a beautiful story and series. Thank you!

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    • I think the best book i’ve read this year was Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of The Universe!! I finished it in one day

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