Book Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel


"When you're in danger, you call the police. Hot water pours from faucets. Lift a receiver or press a button on a telephone, and you can speak to anyone. All the information in the world is on the Internet, and the Internet is all around you, drifting through the air like pollen on a summer [...]

Book Review: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones


I would like to first acknowledge that my opinions on books are not always going to be popular. Prime example; Toni Morrison. Although I love what she has done and look up to her as a writer I cannot lie and say that I like her writing. I have tried to read her books and [...]

Feature: What She Reads Diverse Summer Reading Picks


I am excited to share that I have been featured on What She Reads.  I was contacted and asked to do a feature sharing my summer reading list. The theme is diverse reads which is very important to me. The books I will be reading will be books by writers from all over the globe. [...]

Book Review- Meet Cute by Various Authors


This is a Young Adult book that I purchased as an iBook on a whim. Let's see if it was worth it! About the Authors This is a book of short stories so there are various authors in this book. The authors are Dhonielle Clayton, Emery Lord, Huntley Fitzpatrick, Ibi Zoboi, Jennifer Armentrout, Jocelyn Davies, Julie [...]

Poetry Review- Vetiver by librecht baker


It appears as if Ms. baker spells her name in all lower-case letters; so I will respect and honor that in this review! About the authorlibrecht baker is a Long Beach, CA writer, English teacher and Dembrebrah West African Drum and Dance Ensemble member. Synopsislibrecht baker's vetiver pushes back against the dangerous walls that attempt to [...]