RIP Ntozake Shange


"Creation is everything you do. Make something"! I quote her here on the blog but I am not proud to say that I haven't read any of her books. Although I did read her introduction in Passing by Nella Larsen; I have yet to read any of her other amazing work. Ntozake Shange; poet, playwright, [...]

Learning the Books


I recently entered into a book photo challenge, but I wasn't fully invested to participate for the entire month. I did want to at least try and participate most of the days. Everyday there is a different theme and one of the themes was contemporary classics. Admittedly, I had no idea what that was. Of [...]

Book Review: There There by Tommy Orange


I always try to read books from voices of diversity and I had been looking forward to checking out There There by Native American writer Tommy Orange. This is his debut novel and is now a National Best Seller. Not bad for his first time around. FYI: September was a blah reading month for me. I [...]

Book Review: Americanah By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


Boy oh boy! I am so behind on book reviews and haven't reviewed anything I've read in July. I am not one to dwell on the past, so I am back with a book review for one of my August reads. About the BookAuthor: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Published: May 2013 Pages: 477 Other works: We [...]