Hey Y’all! So my brain isn’t 100% up to forming words to write about books at this moment, I’m like in this extreme reader mode & am hyper focused on reading the ARCs before they come out (it’s like a race against the clock, they’re books I really want to read), however, I’ll get back to obsessing over books here SOON, I promise…(I have drafts of posts I’ve started but just haven’t finished if that helps)!

Complete with the pinky swear to make it real

I did want post here to inform you all about an event I’m going to be a part of on Saturday, April 22nd from 10 am-12 pm EST (bolded just so y’all don’t miss the time zone)! It’s called The Break Room UN-Conference and it’s being hosted by Classroom Culture (click the link to their instagram), a sort of educational professional development and it is entirely virtual!

Click the picture to go to the sign up page.

There will be 4 breakout rooms and my soror Nelly (@chptrshakedown on IG, go follow her) & I will be hosting a session talking about diverse books for the classroom (& libraries too) focusing on Middle Grade & Young Adult (we may also throw in some adult for personal reading too *waggles eyebrows*)! It’ll be a good time because if it’s one thing Nelly & I will do, it’s cut up, especially where books are concerned (if you join us on clubhouse, then you definitely know)!

We’re just two Black Women Educators that loves books and want you to love them too!

So, I hope you decide to join us! It’ll be a great way to start/continue your Saturday! That’s all I really wanted to say! As usual, you can find & follow me on Instagram @bookishgirlmagic, Twitter @bookishgrlmagic and Clubhouse @bookishgrlmagic where you can find me mostly in book centered clubs/rooms (primarily on Tuesdays and Fridays). Also subscribe to this blog if you haven’t already because it makes me feel like I get to talk about a bunch of amazing books! Sending y’all bookish love and wishing you happy reading!


Published by bookishgirlmagic

I’m reader who has a fierce love for books written by authors of color & belief in the importance of supporting them! My mission is to amplify their voices and work so this generation and all the others after them will have literature that will reflect them.

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