Hey y'all!! What's up! I wanted to come today to do a Friday Reads for y'all! I have been a reading machine this week and I wanted to do my usual Friday post. I finished 4 books this week so far and will probably be finishing a fifth today. I'm really trying to finish my current reads before the Pop Culture Readathon starts on July 1st. TBR coming for that soooooonnnn! Anyway, here is my Friday reads.
Middle Grade series are the absolute best! Here are some that I want to read.
New review for Pet by Awaeke Emezi! It's fantastic!
A middle grade book about love, acceptance, and knowing that everything will be ok.
It's Friday and I'm reading!
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to do a quick recommendation of books about the Black teenage experience that I have recently read. There are so many and I highly recommend all of these. I wanted to show with this list that Black stories don't always have to revolve around police brutality. While it is an … Continue reading Young Adult Books About the Black Experience
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to talk about the 9 books I manged to finish in the month of May. I had lost my reading mojo but it's back and I hope to read so much more in June. Here are the 9 books that I completed in the month of May. Relationship Goals: How … Continue reading May 2020 Wrap Up
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to talk to you about some big, thicc books that you can escape in while you're at home social distancing. I really love big books and enjoy getting lost in them. I do love an epic, thick fantasy, but a I also like to sink into a sprawling family drama … Continue reading Book Recommendations: Big Books to Get Lost In
Hey y'all! I'm here with another non-fiction wrapup. Here are the non-fiction books that I have recently completed: Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton - In this memoir we follow Glennon has she navigates her alcoholism, infidelity in her marriage, and motherhood. I wanted to like this a little more than I did, but the … Continue reading Non-fiction Wrapup #2
Hey y'all! Today I will be talking about the 6 books that I read in February. It was a slow reading month for me, but I think I have finally overcome my slump. Here are the books that I completed in February: The Toll by Neal Shusterman - This concluding novel in the Arc of … Continue reading February Wrap Up