Manga Fridays: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba #1 by Koyoharu Gotouge

This has been very popular as of late and after reading volume one of the manga I can see why. Shonen can be generic in a way. Hero has a problem, hero has to bulk up to solve said problem, many obstacles in the way, etc. What I love about Demon Slayer is that it … Continue reading Manga Fridays: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba #1 by Koyoharu Gotouge

Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Tucker (The McBrides of Texas #2; Eternity Springs ) by Emily March

Hello, I was asked to participate in this lovely blog tour. Thanks very much to the publisher for this privilege and this copy of my ARC. This is a special one ya'll because not only are you getting a review but this post will also be a giveaway of this fantastic novel! It has been … Continue reading Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Tucker (The McBrides of Texas #2; Eternity Springs ) by Emily March

ARC & Black History Month Review: These Ghosts Are Family by Maisy Card

Death is just one long therapy session. I feel as though I’m standing ankle deep in the ocean and I see a huge wave coming my way but I’m rooted to the spot.I’m unable to run, god help my swimming abilities, all I can do is hope it crests before it hits me fully. Nope, … Continue reading ARC & Black History Month Review: These Ghosts Are Family by Maisy Card

DRC Review: Zatanna & the House of Secrets by Matthew Cody and Yoshi Yoshitani (illustrator)

In our house of secrets, minutes can seem like hours, hours like days. Cute is one word to describe this.Heartbreakingly cute in both words and artwork.Zatanna lives in a house that I would DIE for. Magical and made of dreams, she resides with her father and a cute bunny named Pocus. Zatanna knows her home … Continue reading DRC Review: Zatanna & the House of Secrets by Matthew Cody and Yoshi Yoshitani (illustrator)

ARC Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

She wanted a fairy tale, and I wanted to give her that. When I first was introduced to Silvia Moreno-Garcia I was enchanted and spirited away into her world through the pages of Gods of Jade and Shadow. There we trekked with the heroine Casopiea as she went on a journey with an outcasted God … Continue reading ARC Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Black History Month Review: Waiting To Exhale by Terry McMillan

Waiting to Exhale is one of those movies that always seemed to be playing in the back drop at black family gatherings when I was younger. Yet I have to admit that I have never seen it in full. It came out in 1995 when I was 6 years old and yeah my parents have … Continue reading Black History Month Review: Waiting To Exhale by Terry McMillan

Black History Month Review: The Good House by Tananarive Due

Happy Black History Month. What an amazing book to kick off a celebration of Black Americans and their achievements. Tananvarie Due is an author whose works I’ve been been aware of for awhile and I recently read her anthology Ghost Summer that I very much enjoyed. I also featured her on my October series Women … Continue reading Black History Month Review: The Good House by Tananarive Due

Manga Review: Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 1 by Gege Akutami

If I had died, or I had been the only to live the future wouldn’t be as bright. There is something to be said about shonen manga. It can be too much at times. Sometimes you’re just not in the mood for constant action or an array of characters you know you’ll never be able … Continue reading Manga Review: Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 1 by Gege Akutami

Manga Review: My Hero Academia [Boku No Hero Academia 1] by Kohei Horikoshi

So I used to do a thing called Series of the Week every Fridays but seeing as I don’t read many series I’m going to change that to Series of the Month instead. So now we are going to do Manga/Comic Fridays. I read a lot of Manga/Comic Books and Ive found plenty of them … Continue reading Manga Review: My Hero Academia [Boku No Hero Academia 1] by Kohei Horikoshi