A Review: “What You Wish For” by Katherine Center

Happy New Year! We're less than a week in, and 2022 has not been kind. My husband and I spent the last week sick with COVID-19, but thankfully, we have recovered. I'm stuck in quarantine for the next seven days, but on the bright side, I've been able to catch up on some reading.

My December Book of the Month Pick

Hello, fellow bookworms! I can't believe December is already here! I'm so excited for Christmas and have already done most of my shopping. Last month, I skipped my Book of the Month since I had so many books to read, but now I've gotten somewhat caught up and am ready for more. In this post,… Continue reading My December Book of the Month Pick

A Review: “The Sweetest Remedy” by Jane Igharo

This book is what I chose for my September Book of the Month. Set in Nigeria, the plot takes the reader on a journey to an affluent neighborhood and large family estate of the Jolades. Main character Hannah's father passes away, and although she did not know him, his will states that he wants her… Continue reading A Review: “The Sweetest Remedy” by Jane Igharo

A Review: “Sisters in Arms” by Kaia Alderson

This book was my July Book of the Month pick! I chose this book because I've never read anything about the black women officers during the WWII era, and I thought this would be an interesting read. This book - although it had its flaws - was an enjoyable read for me. I really enjoyed… Continue reading A Review: “Sisters in Arms” by Kaia Alderson

DNF: Artemis by Andy Weir

I bought this book back in May when we visited Branson, MO, and was excited to read a novel by Andy Weir since his big success from The Martian, which I did not read. I also bought this one since I share the same name as the main character, Jasmine. This, however, was a disappointment.… Continue reading DNF: Artemis by Andy Weir

A Review: “Party of Two” by Jasmine Guillory

This is my first time reading a book by Jasmine Guillory, a black chick-lit author who has gained popularity in recent years. I had seen her adorable book covers and always thought I'd like to read one. I decided on Party of Two mainly because it featured an interracial couple, Max and Olivia. Max is… Continue reading A Review: “Party of Two” by Jasmine Guillory

A Review: “The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother” by James McBride

The Color of Water by James McBride is a book I picked up while visiting friends in Dallas, Texas, last year. It's a memoir in which McBride details the life of his mother, who comes from a Jewish background. If you have never heard of James McBride, he is a writer and musician and has… Continue reading A Review: “The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother” by James McBride

A Review: “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I am an affiliate of Bookshop.org and I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. You can learn more about Bookshop at the bottom of this post! Where the Crawdads Sing is a bestselling book I have been wanting to read since it gained… Continue reading A Review: “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens

Books I’m Currently Reading + My TBR List

Over the last few months, I've bought quite a few books mostly with a gift card I've had since Christmas. My family knows they can always get me a Barnes and Noble gift card for any occasion, and I'll be perfectly happy. 😊 Anyway, here is my list of books that I've bought but haven't… Continue reading Books I’m Currently Reading + My TBR List

A Review: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1m5in81yIpq7pHlfILy3Gl?si=PrgK68-BQa2fMRLkIQROPQ&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1 I originally read this book at the beginning of the year and enjoyed it so much, I thought I would share a review with you fellow bookworms! My Verdict: The Light Between Oceans is Worth Reading Here is The Light Between Oceans overview: "After four harrowing years on the Western Front, Tom Sherbourne returns… Continue reading A Review: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman