Feminism, Interrupted is an incredible, thought-provoking, and insightful work on Black feminism in the UK. It’s short, concise and easy to understand. It’s one of those books that will stick with you, and one you will want to read over and over again.Read More
We’ve come a long way together in the short time Bookish Brews has been around. Thank you for being a part of it. PLUS now you can follow Bookish Brews on Twitter & Pinterest. Hope to see you there!Read More
The Infinity Courts reminded me exactly why I love to read YA. I loved every bit of this book, and it had my undivided attention from the very start until the very end. The feeling of satisfaction after I finished reading this one was pure book bliss!Read More
Can you believe it’s almost April? I felt like I barely read anything in March, but turns out I should just give myself more credit. Check out my monthly reads here!Read More
A look into my most anticipated book releases for April 2021! There are so many amazing books coming out by so many amazing authors it was hard to nail down a list!Read More
The Dead and the Dark is a wonderful, not so scary, queer ghost story. I absolutely loved the Dark in this book and the “humans are the real monster” dread that came through the entire novel. Courtney Gould definitely delivered in the atmosphere in this creepy rural Oregon town. Can’t wait for more of Gould’s books!Read More
The Place Beyond Her Dreams feels like a wonderful dream, and the story absolutely matched in a great way. The story was a bit rougher than I expected, but I did still really enjoy the story and the prose. I especially loved Luenah, and wish we dove into it more, but I was satisfied with it regardless.
Hope you’re all having a good weekend! Here is a fun post so everyone can get to know me a little better. 20 questions book tag!Read More
Wicked Fox is a delightfully fluffy read with just the right balance of twists, turns, and cheesy drama without being overwhelming and tacky. Kat Cho did a wonderful job keeping me on my toes and weaving in Korean folklore. Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a lighter read. It was so fun!Read More
The Sword in the Street is a lovely book that takes a nice spin on fantasy by really doing a great job in presenting very real and very believable interactions between a wonderful set of characters. It touches on relationship problems and victories in a way that I never see enough of. It was absolutely refreshing.