All of the information I’m sharing is what I’ve learned from the Federal Trade Commission’s website here. And you can actually email email@example.com with more questions. I did it and found the response to be very quick and extremely helpful! As I noted in my About Me, the information provided on my blog (and in this blog post) are intended to be informational and nothing should be construed as providing legal advice. Read More »
I love using my blog to keep track of my own reading habits. I recently joined a Book Club on Instagram called Diverse Classics that, obviously, celebrates Diverse Classics. The creator (never_withouta_book) posted a list of 100 Diverse Classics that she put a ton of time and energy into creating. Much of the diverse classics I’m hoping to read came from that list but there are certain authors I would like to read every book by so I’ve made a few additions.
You should all give Diverse Classics a follow on Instagram! I have linked them.Read More »
[My hands are pictured holding a paperback copy of Just Mercy in front of a grey ottaman]
Title: Just Mercy
Author: Bryan Stevenson
Rating: 5/5 ⭐
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Title: The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making
Author: Catherynne M. Valente
Rating: 3.5/5 ⭐
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This year I participated in The Reading Women Challenge hosted by The Reading Women Podcast. I posted more about it in a prior post here. I personally made it my goal to use a unique book for each prompt but it’s not required. Unfortunately, I kept forgetting throughout the year to check my progress so I did not complete it even though I read nearly 150 books this year, most of them by women. Anyway, here’s how I did:Read More »
This year, reading with The Diverse Books Club has been a ton of fun. It has opened up my reading tastes in a lot of ways and introduced me to books I never would have picked up otherwise. I’m so glad to have been a part since the beginning.
[Pictured is three piles of books that were Diverse Book Club selections divided into Middle Grade, Young Adult, and Adult]
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I have to say, I’m pretty disappointed with my reading this month. I am not very good at following TBRs and I got into a reading slump at the end of the month. Any reading is good reading but I was planning to read more books by Indigenous authors. I only read one though I am a chunk through The Round House by Louise Erdrich.
[Pictured is a stack of books (The Bluest Eye; The Creeping Shadow; Hey, Kiddo; The Birchbark House; The New Jim Crow; Fence Vol. 1) in front of a tv displaying Fireplace In Your Home on Netflix]Read More »
[Pictured is a paperback copy of the New Jim Crow on a wooden shelf in front of an off-white wall]
Title: The New Jim Crow Author: Michelle Alexander Rating: 4/5 ⭐ Genre: Nonfiction/Legal/Social JusticeRead More »
[Pictured is my wearing a black dress and a Dressember pin in front of a bookshelf]
This will be my first year participating in Dressember. That means I will be wearing a dress every day in December in order to raise awareness about modern slavery and fundraise to combat it.Read More »