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
FSG for Young ReadersJanuary 5, 2021YA Historical Fiction288 pages Malcolm X is just a teenager when he is arrested and sent to prison. He will spend most of his 20's in prison where the ideas he is known for are forming. In this fictional account, authored by Malcolm X's daughter, follows hism as he is … Continue reading Review: The Awakening of Malcolm X by Ilyasah Shabazz and Tiffany D. Jackson
Kensington BooksJanuary 26, 2021Romance 320 pagesThe Richardson Sisters Robin Richardson Baptiste left her husband six months ago after receiving information that her husband was cheating on her and had a baby by another woman. Dr. Logan Baptiste can't figure out why someone is not only trying to sabotage his marriage but also his career. He … Continue reading Review: Won’t Go Home Without You by Cheris Hodges
HEEEEYYY Y'ALLLLL!!! This has been a week but Friday is here! 2021 is holding no punches, amiright. Anyway, the end of year post are still coming but, like I said, it's been a week. My top book will be up next week and Youtube videos will resume next week. This weekend I plan on doing … Continue reading Friday Reads: January 8, 2021
Zara is a former barrister who is now a victim advocate after a trauma caused her to leave the profession. She is dealing with her ultra conservative Muslim family and trying to figure out what she is doing with her life. When Jodie, a 16 year old with a facial disfigurement, comes to her and … Continue reading Blog Tour: Take It Back by Kia Abdullah
***I received this book for free as part of the Caffeine Book Tours blog tour via Netgalley and the Flat Iron Books. This is no way contributed to my opinion of the book.**** In this long awaited conclusion to the Mirage duology, we continue our journey with Amani and Maram as they navigate court politics, … Continue reading Blog Tour: Court of Lions by Somaiya Daud
***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.