5 Reasons to Read: Reenu-You by Michele Tracy Berger

"New York City, August 1998. On a muggy summer day, five women wake up to discover purple scab-like lesions on their faces—a rash that pulses, oozes, and spreads in spiral patterns. City clinic doctors dismiss the women’s fears as common dermatitis, a regular skin rash. But as more women show up with the symptoms, one... Continue Reading →

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Review & Giveaway: Juniper Leaves by Jaz Joyner

How magical is this cover!? *swoons*   Fifteen year old Juniper Bray is a shy kinky-haired blerd off to spend the summer on a farm in North Carolina on her father's research trip. Still reeling from the loss of her grandmother, her best friend, and immediately getting off on the wrong foot with her cool cousin... Continue Reading →

The Diverse Books Tag

This year Naz at Read Diverse Books started his own book tag, The Diverse Books Tag, which was predictably awesome! I took part on instagram but thought with the new blog focus I'd do a proper tag post. Since my focus is on reading women of Color I thought I'd look for/recommend a book for... Continue Reading →

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