Black No More – Review

Thank you to Penguin Classics for gifting this book to feature and review. “What, indeed, was fifty, sixty or seventy dollars when one was leaving behind insult, ostracism, segregation and discrimination?” There is much to discuss in the pages of this satire and I’m not sure if I’m ready.  But I want to give itContinue reading “Black No More – Review”

Best of 2019 – Classics

As 2019 ends (ended) and we’re 3 days into 2020, I have been busy writing to share the books the fall into the best of the year. Reading 111 books isn’t bad, but makes it somewhat of a challenge to narrow down my favorites into just one post, like I did last year. But whenContinue reading “Best of 2019 – Classics”

The Count of Monte Cristo – Review

“There is neither happiness nor misery in the world; there is only the comparison of one state with another, nothing more. He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experience supreme happiness.” Why hello there Dantès! I thought it would be nice to reach out to you, telling you about the epicContinue reading “The Count of Monte Cristo – Review”

The Black Tulip- Review

“You don’t know, sir, what I suffer. You don’t know the struggle going on in my heart and mind.” – The Black Tulip, Alexandre Dumas Tulips are a BIG deal in the Netherlands.  I discovered that when I visited a few months ago.  So when I started reading this book, I felt like I’d beenContinue reading “The Black Tulip- Review”

Books and Tea – October

Missed sharing this over the weekend because I had too much fun hosting a game night that sort of turned into a tea drinking game night. I planned to share it earlier this week, but here we are at Friday. So here we are, a recap of what I’ve read in October. Where the CrawdadsContinue reading “Books and Tea – October”