DNF. I got through enough of this one to leave a short review. This is a sequel to a YA fantasy all about demons, female power, and seeing things through another perspective. Here’s the blurb: It’s been six months since Deka freed the goddesses in the ancient kingdom of Otera and discovered who she reallyContinue reading “Review #272”
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Break the Stone!
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Top 10 authors of color
So, first let me start out by saying that I wasn’t sure how to title this blog. Some of my friends want to be referred to as Black. Others want to be called a person of color. And another prefers African American. I could possible label the blog “Diverse Authors” but that also didn’t feelContinue reading “Top 10 authors of color”
I gave this a 3.0/5 stars. I’m unsure how to put this novel in a genre, maybe women’s literature. I think the focus is spiritual awakening or psychological with self awareness and how the characters perceive themselves in the world while contemplating life and death and their meaning. But it was pretty flat and slowContinue reading “Review #260”
I gave Music of the Night, a stand-alone, by Angela J Ford a full 5/5 stars. This Phantom of the Opera mixed with Beauty and the Beast had the perfect balance of romance, magic, songs, urgency, desire and steam, and captivating settings. It also has the most breathtaking covers on the hardcover, under the dustContinue reading “Review #236”
Title- Grown Author- Tiffany D Jackson Series- standalone Rating– 3.5/5 Genre- YA contemporary Cover– representative Plot/Blurb- Award-winning author Tiffany D. Jackson delivers another riveting, ripped-from-the-headlines mystery that exposes horrific secrets hiding behind the limelight and embraces the power of a young woman’s voice. When legendary R&B artist Korey Fields spots Enchanted Jones at an audition,Continue reading “Review #211”