Memoir/Biography/Autobiography · Nonfiction

How We Fight For Lives

I’d seen a couple reviews for this memoir that said it was very powerful, and I was interested in reading it, but I can’t necessarily say it was super high on my TBR, objectively. However, it was one of the books I managed to grab in my last library haul before the closures for COVID-19.… Continue reading How We Fight For Lives

Historical Fiction · Mystery/Thriller

The Confessions of Frannie Langton

As I was looking for a book that would fit The Reading Women Challenge 2020 prompt #1, an author from Caribbean or India, I remembered this novel that a few of the Caribbean-based bookstagrammers I follow (particularly Cindy at @bookofcinz) had talked about last year when it came out. It sounded pretty interesting and really… Continue reading The Confessions of Frannie Langton

Memoir/Biography/Autobiography · Nonfiction

when they call you a terrorist: a black lives matter memoir

I’ve had this one on my TBR for a few months now, having heard multiple times how good it is. And when I saw it on Book Outlet last time I was perusing the site (I won’t say how often I do that…gotta keep my book-buying complex on the DL as much as possible, haha)… Continue reading when they call you a terrorist: a black lives matter memoir

Contemporary Literature · Romance

When Katie Met Cassidy

I have seen lots of people talking about this recent release and it seemed like a lovely summer romance (which I’ve been really into lately). And bonus, this is a popular, big publisher summer romance with REPRESENTATION (sexually, anyways). That’s right, this is a f/f romance novel. Published right in line with Pride Month. Lovely.… Continue reading When Katie Met Cassidy