Beasts of Prey by Ayana Grey Book Review

“I left Ghana and knew I wanted to write a story in which Black people had the opportunity to be both magical and nuanced.” -Ayana Grey

The Marvellers by Dhonielle Clayton Book Review

Eleven-year Ella Durand, a intellectually curious conjuror, has just been selected to be the first Conjuror to attend the Arcanum Training Institute. A magic school that trains children from around the world in cultural arts. You see conjurors aren’t seen as equals in the world of magic. They are believed to possess a dark evil…

Review of Charmaine Wikerson’s Black Cake

For those of you who don’t know I work at Target in my spare time and I try my hardest to avoid the Entertainment/ Book section. When I say the struggle is hard, its like sending a kid in a candy store, or getting my kids to agree on one thing. Yeaaah.. that kind of…

Review of Viola Davis’ Finding Me

There is no secret that I stan for black culture. I mean I love everything about black people and black culture. Hell the only thing I don’t like black is my coffee. Debate your mama because that mess is nasty. Anyways, back to the topic. Viola Davis is hands down one of my favorite actress….