The book I’ve chosen for you today is one that deals with change, the kind that we’re all facing even while it might look a little different. One way or another, your life or those within this book, it’s all a paradigm shift. Maybe you don’t know how to handle it all—trust me, the main character in this book had no idea. So if you give it a chance, you just might find a way while Edward does too.
Happy Tuesday and welcome to another round of Book Worms; I've got a pretty good read for you today. As you know, it's Black History Month and though I read this book a little while back, I thought it was a good one to bring into my post for the day. Made into a motion…Read more Book Worms–The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
The Fault in Our Stars, Love, Simon, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and countless more do what they do well. Each of these was both a book and a movie—and both turned out quite nicely. Sure, my opinion might be a little biased depending on my tastes against yours, but hear me out on this one. Some books just don’t measure up.
Photo by Oladimeji Odunsi on Unsplash It’s the fourth Tuesday of the Month and the last post for Black History Month, so it’s about time I got back on track and gave you what you’re looking for… Welcome to Bookworms, BHM edition! Today, I want to review one of my favorites and one of the few pieces of…Read more The Help– A Book Review
It’s Christmas day, but as they say, writers never take a day off. So happy Bookworms day!
As one of the stories I have grown to appreciate the most over the years, here's what I've got for you today.
Back at it again with the Bookworms for you today, here we go. This has been our first full month back at school, which unfortunately has me in all English classes— so while I’m doing a whole lot of reading, most of it is not for fun. That being said, my diversity in English Literature…Read more Once in a Promised Land– A Book Review