I have decided as a part of my self care this year, to use book apps to make reading a daily part of my life. Here are some of my go to apps and how I use them to keep me n my self care journey. Cloudlibrary –this app is where I read e-books … Continue reading Reading Apps
As 2018 came to a close I decided-as most people do- that I needed to set some goals. Not the typical New Year’s Resolution goals mind you, but goals nonetheless. My bookish related goals are below: Read at least 19 books this year. Read more books by women of color. Read a variety … Continue reading 2019 Bookish Goals
Super late post but here it goes-my TOP reads of 2018! * In no particular order AND with quotes.* 1.Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult “If the past few months have taught me anything, it's that friendship is a smoke screen. The people you think are solid turn out to be mirrors and light; and then you … Continue reading Top 2018 Reads
It’s been a long time since I’ve finished a book in ONE day, let alone a 300+ page book! I was so enthralled with Elizabeth, Hussein, Fatima and Matthew that I couldn’t put the book down. I too felt like a Gazelle in the Shadows, with Elizabeth, I was so trusting with characters I shouldn't … Continue reading Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach
Do you prefer to read e-books or printed books? I for sure am a printed book person THOUGH I have recently discovered why e-books can be so amazing. I love the smell of books (sounds weird, I know, BUT trust me books have the most glorious smell), I love the satisfaction of turning the … Continue reading E-books versus Physical Books
Now, I know this blog is mainly book related BUT I did say I wanted to share ALL of my passions, and natural hair care and hair products is one of them so here it goes, a product review. I have been using the Strand Of Faith products for a few months now and it's … Continue reading Strands of Faith
When was the last time you took a trip to your public library? Do you even have a library card? Do you know all of the cool resources your library has to offer?