***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!! Today I wanted to do my July TBR. I know what you're thinking, "Tasha you never stick to a TBR." And you would be telling the truth, however, there is a month long readathon that I am so excited to participate and I hope that I can mark off as many prompts as … Continue reading Pop Culture Readathon TBR/July 2020 TBR
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.
A middle grade book about love, acceptance, and knowing that everything will be ok.
It's Friday and I'm reading!
2020, Berkley Rose Gold Watts was abused by her mother Patty for most of her life. She was raised to believe that she was a very sick child, but when it was found out that her mother had Munchousen by Proxy and was sentenced to five years in prison. The story starts when her mother … Continue reading Review: Darling Rose Gold
Hey y'all!! Today I am coming here to talk about the books that I want to read over the weekend and give you my #Throwbackathon TBR. The #Throwbackathon is a readathon put on by the Black Prose Book Club and runs from June 15 - 21st and all the prompts, this round, are centered around … Continue reading Friday Reads, June 12 and #Throwbackathon TBR
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
What A week!
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to talk about the romances that I "recently" finished. 2019, Indie Publishing Saved by Her by Kristie Leigh (Like a Hurricane #2) - In this second book we continue the second chance romance of Jules and Hunter. In the first book, Wrecked by Her, Jules and Hunter were high school … Continue reading Romance Wrap Up #2