One of the people who participates in #BookishBloggersUnite found this GREAT Justice League Book Tag for our topic this week. Thanks to The Book Cover Girls for creating this book tag! Continue reading “#BookishBloggersUnite – Justice League Book Tag”
Welcome to my monthly month-in-review post where all hell broke loose and I didn’t read that much. However, I’ve already read three books in September so maybe Goodreads suggesting to me to read 3.5 books a week wasn’t laughable (even though I did laugh a lot when I saw that recommendation today). Continue reading “My Favorite Books of August 2018”
Graduation season is quickly approaching, we thought it would be good to talk about the book (or books!) by female authors that we’d give to students graduating high school. I’ve decided for this prompt I’m going to do part book review and part graduation gift. Continue reading “#BookishBloggersUnite – Books for Seniors by Women Authors”
Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of novels about family dynamics and the drama that ensures when people who are different are forced together because they’re family. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng fits perfectly in that niche. There’s family, a surprise visitor in town, tradition, and (quite literally) little fires everywhere.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! I’m not much of a romance reader overall so writing something that’s Valentine’s Day themed would hard to do. Instead, I would like to talk about some of my favorite black female authors in honor of Black History Month. Continue reading “Black Female Authors I Love”
I received this book as a galley from the publisher and it in no way influences my review. In fact, I really wanted to enjoy The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. Unfortunately, after a few days to sit with this book and think about it, I still feel tepid at best towards it. Continue reading “The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin”
As I write this, we are seven days into the New Year. And the news has been really strange. One of the top headlines was that the US President was trying to silence a publication of a book called Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff. I had no intention of reading it, but when I received a copy from a friend, I decided to see what it was about.
I’ve been hanging onto this post idea for a few weeks, but haven’t gotten around to talking about it. Since my schedule was already messed up by my Dan Brown detour last week, I decided it was time to dust off the cobwebs and talk about podcasts.