Hey y’all! Welcome to my stop for the Hear Our Voices book tour of Come On In. I’m so happy to be part of yet another book tour with Hear Our Voices. Alaya Dawn Johnson’s story was quite an interesting one and I love her answers to my questions so keep reading to see what she had to say.Continue reading “Author Interview: Alaya Dawn Johnson”
If you checked out my Library Book Haul last month, you already know I had some pretty high hopes for this one.
I’m trying something a little different with this review, so please let me know what you think. There also may be a few minor spoilers in the later half, be warned.Continue reading “Love, Hate, & Other Filters (Book Review)”
Fabiola has just gotten off the plane from Haiti into the United States. It is her first time back since she was a baby. She is excited to start her new life with her mother as they plan to move in with Fabiola’s aunt and cousins in Detroit. Before they can reach their connecting flight to Detroit, Fabiola’s mother is detained by customs. They don’t believe that she is just here for “a visit.”
Now, Fabiola finds herself immersed into an American culture that she feels unprepared for. At the corner of American Street and Joy road, Fabiola has important decisions to make. Her fighting cousins, empty fridge, and quiet aunt are just a few of the things this America has in store for her.
Before we get into the review, check out these pictures I took myself. I’m working on taking more pictures myself. If you have any picture taking advice, let me know in the comments.Continue reading “American Street (Book Review)”
I recently purchased two books with a gift card I’d gotten for Amazon. I’ll put the photos, names and blurbs down below.
Two seasons of Kim’s Convenience are currently available on Netflix for streaming. It is a Canadian show about the Korean-Canadian Kim family. They own a small convenience store that serves their local community.