Sourcebooks Casablanca2021Pages: 360Romantic SuspenseARC Aja Everett longs to turn her old family ranch into a place where anyone can find rest and healing. But her big heart's bound to get her in trouble if she's not careful—someone wants her gone, and they'll do whatever it takes to drive her away from the land that's her … Continue reading Review: Jackson by LaQuette
Grand Central Publishing240 pagesJanuary 2021 This hilarious memoir told by Amber Ruffin about her sister Lacey Lamar's experiences living in Nebraska. These stories will make you laugh, cry, and infuriate the hell out of you. Y'all! I laughed so hard at parts of this book I had to put it down because I was laughing … Continue reading Non-fiction Review: You’ll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey: Crazy Stories About Racism
Hey y'all!! Starr and I decided to randomly do a graphic novel readathon this past weekend. I managed to read 6 different graphic works over Friday and Saturday. Here is what I was able to get through. 2014, Image Comics Saga Book 1 by Brian K. Vaughn, Illustrated by Fiona Staples - This wildly popular … Continue reading Graphic Novel Wrap Up #1
Hey y'all! Today I'm here with my September Wrap Up! After an extremely slow start to September I was able to complete a total of 13 books, which is rather impressive considering my the 15th, I had only read 2. I don't call it slumpy September for nothing. Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh (review) … Continue reading September 2020 Wrap Up
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to talk about The Broken Earth trilogy. The books being: The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate, and The Stone Sky written by N.K. Jemisin. In this post-apocalyptic world there is a fifth season that essentially ends the world. And these seasons can last a long time and each separate community … Continue reading Will I Continue? The Broken Earth Trilogy
2019, Rick Riordan Presents “Strongs keep punching, you get me?” Tristan Strong comes from a legacy of boxers. But when Tristan loses his first bout, he is starting to think that boxing isn’t what he really wants to do. Also, he is dealing with the lose of his best friend, Eddie, who seemed to be … Continue reading Review: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia
***ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for a free and honest review*** Marva Sheridan is freshly 18 and thrilled to be voting in her first election. Duke comes from a family where politics are super important but he just wants to do his civic duty and go home. On a chance meeting … Continue reading Book Review: The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert
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!