I love to read. Nowadays, it’s pretty normal for me to read every day. I can read at least 2 books a month. This is not a brag, it’s just true! But it wasn’t always this way. This is something I’ve been able to do only in the last maybe 3-4 years consistently. Here is… Continue reading How I fell in love with reading and am able to read more books
Interesting and important topics I covered in my reading: GangsPolice brutalitySexualityGender identityAttentionHabitsSlavery and colonisation (if it were white people that it happened to)Original fairy tales Forced marriageFacts about the world / stats that prove we’re doing better than we thinkShame and perfectionism Total number of books read = 41 Number of physical books read =… Continue reading 2021 Reading Stats
This is your ticket into the world of anti-racism! It's a short book, only 160 pages, and an easy read for all - it has pictures and activities and everything! But in those 160 pages, Tiffany Jewell manages to pack a real punch and deliver so many messages about: BIPoC history (a varied, deep, eye-opening… Continue reading Anti-Racist Book Recs: “This Book is Anti-Racist” by Tiffany Jewell
I loved this book. I adored it! It was everything: emotional, sweet, funny, socially relevant, politically important, real and raw, hopeful and positive, beautiful, sad, mysterious, scary, informative, horrific... everything! It is a Middle-Grade/Young Adult fiction book. It's only 203 pages, I think. I read it on the night and finished it the next morning.… Continue reading Book Recommendation/Review: “Ghost Boys” by Jewell Parker Rhodes
Kindle (or other e-Readers) Pros: Can store millions of books without worrying about space Can't decide which book to bring on vacation? Your Kindle has a horde ready and waiting on one device. Easier to hold than a heavy book or a book that you don't want to ruin the spine of Can highlight and… Continue reading Book Format Comparisons: Kindle, Paperback, or Audiobook?