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Review: The Personal Librarian

Review: The Personal Librarian

Posted March 23, 2022 by Richetta in Adult Fiction, Book Reviews

I just finished The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray last night and I had so many thoughts afterwards, that I decided that I definitely had to write this review ASAP. When I first saw The Personal Librarian debut last year, I kind of eyed it but never really sought it out […]

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Enjoying Some Mood Reading Fun in February

Enjoying Some Mood Reading Fun in February

Posted February 5, 2022 by Richetta in Monthly Reading Goals

As we transition from the longest month ever to the shortest month in the calendar, I am a little behind schedule for putting together my February Reading Hopefuls List. This month is packed full of celebration… Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day and the most important of all…My Birthday!!! So anything goes for this […]

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Review: Black Girl, Call Home and Then Call Everyone Else You Know After You Read This and Tell Them to Read It

Review: Black Girl, Call Home and Then Call Everyone Else You Know After You Read This and Tell Them to Read It

Posted May 10, 2021 by Richetta in #ownvoices, Book Reviews, poetry

Book Title: Black Girl, Call Home by Jasmine Mans Published: March 2021 Honest Confession: It’s been a while since I’ve read a volume of poetry by a single poet. And by a while I probably mean like 15 years. I recently did some professional learning where I listened to the founder of #TeachLiving Poets talk […]

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Current Read: Hood Feminism

Current Read: Hood Feminism

Posted April 26, 2021 by Richetta in Currently Reading, non-fiction

An Intriguing Critique of the Feminist Movement I’ve been making my way slowly through Mikki Kendall’s Hood Feminism: Notes From the Women That A Movement Forgot. This is partially because my kids keep pulling my bookmark out of book and I have been rereading some passages when I’ve been really tired. So I’m going to […]

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