A House of Rage and Sorrow is a stunning sequel to a stunning YA Indian mythology inspired Sci-Fi Fantasy, A Spark of White Fire. It continues Esmae’s story after the tragic and unexpected ending of the first installment. From family dynamics to individual power building, and from revenge to love, this sequel brings more emotions—and consequently, more tears—to the plate. It breaks any barrier, if one even existed, between gods and mortals in the most surprising manner possible.Read More
With The Fire On High by Elizabeth Acevedo || 5 Stars To A Delicious Recipe Of Diversity, Dreams, Coming-of-Age & Cooking!
With The Fire On High is the most delicious recipe of a coming-of-age, teenage parent who loves her daughter, Babygirl, to the ends of the world. There’s a core of racial and sexual diversity along with the hard recounting of a judgemental world while the base is all the dreams Emoni wants to see rise up. It’s a story worth devouring for all the characters who support and love this strong woman in every different way. Oh, and it’s topped with so much food, so many recipes, and so many musical recounting of the flavors of a dish!Read More
Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale || 4 Stars To Summer, Coffees, Cakes, and the sweetest Romance with a pinch of Friendship!
My first book by Roshani Chokshi and it did NOT disappoint! This book was everything I look for in a book: racial diversity, sexual diversity, fast pacing, puzzles, mystery, flirting, humor, a fictional squad that I’m ready to witch-brew to life, and great writing.Read More
Guest Post || Clo [Book Dragons] Writes A Poem On Her Love For Books
I have the lovely Clo [Book Dragons] who is not just a great blogger but also a really good poet. So get yourself ready to be blown away by this sweetest poem she has written to pronounce her love for books. Oh, and it’s too relatable!Read More