My energy has been off so this post is a slightly past mid-year accountability check in of how I’m doing with my 2022 bookish intents.
Over the last 99 posts, I’ve said a lot of things that I’ve forgotten but know were likely outrageous…So for this one, I revisited some past posts and shared my favorite quotes!
This post as been on my mind for a while now and in it, I share my thoughts (and books) about healthy relationships & safe spaces for Kids Of Color.
It’s been a little over a year since my OG Bookish person, my Grandpa, passed away and I needed to honor him in this post.
The year is coming to an end but we still got a few more books to look forward to coming out before it does!
I don’t know about any of you but I’ve got quite a few bookish pet peeves and I’m airing them out here!
Spoilers are not only not a part of my ministry but I sincerely hate them and this is my post on why!
I’m a reader who loves sequels even though they stress me out and I talk briefly about a few I’ve read recently here!
Bookish Matchmaking is one of my utmost favorite things to do and here is my process (for the most part)!
There is a BS system in place giving POC Authors 1 star ratings on platforms like goodreads and we gotta combat this nonsense.
I’ve been working on a benefit for Haiti but I need help… and I hope that You would want to support!
I wanted to take a moment to spread the word about this incredible fundraising effort for Ayiti.
I recently realized that my TBR has been side-eyeing me when I thought we were so happy together all this time! #TheBookishStruggleIsReal
I had to take the time to give some of my favorite authors their flowers while they could still smell them/give them their props while they could still read them!
A Pretty Comprehensive List of Books coming out or already out by Black Authors! Invest your coins in them!
I’m sharing the list of books I’ve read this past year!
Just a reminder of what I’m about…what my mission is for doing this.
Just letting you know how this blog is going to roll!
A view into how I came to read diverse books and post about them!