Sometime in the month of January, I ran across a new book subscription box. I don’t normally like these types of book boxes mostly cuz I’m cheap but this one seemed to be right up my alley. This box is about featuring Black authors across the diaspora and bringing together a community to engage in… Continue reading Noir-Reads Book Subscription Box
Let’s chat about how I’m planning to read in 2017.
A review of the Hannah Swensen book series written by Joanne Fluke
Ah, 2016 no one really loved you did they? I don’t know a lot of people who loved their 2016 mine had it’s up’s and downs but overall it was just ok. Some of the really good parts were the books I read. But, some of the bad came from books I read. Let’s talk… Continue reading 2016 A Year In Review
Hakim’s Bookstore, the oldest African-American bookstore, is getting some much-needed help from the Philadelphia community. Source: Philadelphia’s oldest black bookstore garners support to stay open
I am not someone who does well with hard and fast bookish rules. I do like them in other areas of my life but not in books. Having said that I do enjoy a good challenge. I think book challenges can be really inspiring and open you up to new authors books and blogs/bloggers. So… Continue reading 2016 The Challenges
Oh man it’s been quite a tumultuous couple of years for me. I opened a business, family members went in and out of the hospital, finances were sketchy, I decided to get a business degree. And, perhaps one of the most stressful things was 2 sick cats. I know! But really I thought 1 cat… Continue reading A Fresh Start.