September Wrap-Up

Hey, hey! September sure did come and go! This wrap-up will be pretty brief. Grad school has really been a wild ride, lol. So glad that these classes are coming to an end. One more week then I go from three classes to one. I'm definitely looking forward to that. Here's what I read this … Continue reading September Wrap-Up

September TBR

Welcome to September! New month, new TBR! As you all know by now, I'm really bad at following a set TBR. There are some books that I just know I want to read throughout the month. After a slow August reading month, I don't think I will be doing any book club picks or buddy … Continue reading September TBR

ARC Review: “Finna” by Nate Marshall

Synopsis "Dynamic poems that celebrate the Black vernacular and engage with the world through the lens of Hip Hop as well as America's vast reserve of racial and gendered epithets--from an award-winning author and poet. fin-na /ˈfinə/ contraction: (1) going to; intending to. rooted in African American Vernacular English. (2) eye dialect spelling of "fixing … Continue reading ARC Review: “Finna” by Nate Marshall

Review: Unapologetically Me by Danesha Little

Synopsis "For as far back as she can remember, Fatima Ward has been told that she would be a doctor. She has never challenged that path and secretly fulfills her love of telling stories online. While working on a fanfiction story using real-life rapper Jericho, she finds comfort in a new reader as her personal … Continue reading Review: Unapologetically Me by Danesha Little

Can’t Wait Wednesday (#5)

Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings. The purpose of Can’t Wait Wednesday is to put the spotlight on unreleased books that I can’t wait to read. For this week’s Can’t Wait Wednesday, I’ve chosen " Raybearer" by Jordan Ifueko. Synopsis "Nothing is more important than loyalty. But what if you’ve … Continue reading Can’t Wait Wednesday (#5)

Celebrating Juneteenth

Today is June 19th which means…Happy Juneteenth! What is Juneteenth? The sad reality is that the history of Juneteenth has not been taught in schools. Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, two years after Abraham Lincoln ended slavery, enslaved people found out that they were free. Today … Continue reading Celebrating Juneteenth

Mini Review +Five Thoughts I Had While Reading (#4)

Novellas are typically short stories. Doing a quick Google search I found out that they are usually 60- 120 pages. It’s hard to review a novella without giving too much away so I decided to do mini book reviews for the novellas that I read along with a few thoughts I had while reading . … Continue reading Mini Review +Five Thoughts I Had While Reading (#4)

Mini Review+ Five Thoughts I Had While Reading (#3)

Novellas are typically short stories. Doing a quick Google search I found out that they are usually 60- 120 pages. It’s hard to review a novella without giving too much away so I decided to do mini book reviews for the novellas that I read along with a few thoughts I had while reading . … Continue reading Mini Review+ Five Thoughts I Had While Reading (#3)

Mini Book Review + 5 Thoughts I Had While Reading

Novellas are typically short stories. Doing a quick Google search I found out that they are usually 60- 120 pages. It’s hard to review a novella without giving too much away so I decided to do mini book reviews for the novellas that I read along with a few thoughts I had while reading . … Continue reading Mini Book Review + 5 Thoughts I Had While Reading