Blank Rose on the Tip

So, I've been happy. More happy than I've realized reality is going in the upward spiral that carries me throughout all the BS in my life. Well, at least at home. Since 2020 is ending, and the pandemic is carrying over into next year, I have more freedom to actually focus on what I want … Continue reading Blank Rose on the Tip

October Book Review: Who run the World?

hello readers, This month I had chosen two African American authors and compared their books together for this month's review. The books are called, "Conjure Women: A Novel" by Afia Atakora and "The Book of Night Women" by Marlon James. as usual, I am browsing through my local library's newly added eBooks and seen the … Continue reading October Book Review: Who run the World?

The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

How does a person become immortalized? Through words. Hello readers, I am back with my bi-weekly book reviews. so, over the summer I read the latest YA release by the popular author, Marie Lu, entitled, The Kingdom of Back. Who loves classical music? Everyone does. Yet, how about a retelling of your favorite artist, Mozart, … Continue reading The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

She wanted to start school, to find the real America, and yet there was that gnawing in her stomach, an anxiety, and a new, aching nostalgia... -Ifemelu For a moment, place yourself in an immigrant's shoes, and ask yourself, what is freedom? Ifemelu seems to not catch a break while living in America, land of … Continue reading Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie