Best of 2019 – Fiction

I'm back with the next installment for my best of 2019, I wanted to wait a few days to share my favorite fiction reads including short stories and historical fiction. Three of the books on this list were published this year. UNMARRIAGEABLE by Soniah Kamal “Jane Austen is ruthless when it comes to drawing-room hypocrisy. … Continue reading Best of 2019 – Fiction

An American Marriage – Review

Hello blog buddies! I'm back with an unpopular opinion on a book I recently attempted to read but stopped and DNF (did not finish). Let's jump right into things. "Marriage is between two people. There is no studio audience." As black people in America, our histories are complex, our present and future, bright and hopeful, … Continue reading An American Marriage – Review

Diamond Doris – Review

"Under no circumstances did I want a 'normal' life--a normal, regular, everyday Black life. No way. Being humiliated at work. Paycheck to paycheck. Church on Sundays. Regular clothes. Routine relationships that don't go nowhere. Absolutely not. Not Miss Doris Payne. I wanted more than that. I wanted nice things. I wanted to travel the world. … Continue reading Diamond Doris – Review