I cried my way through June. That's the simplest explanation. I made a lot of biscuits, experimented with sourdough (thanks, Mo!), shot the hooch, and took a week of vacation. I finished two books, spent a lot of time with Lottie James and the whole Nicholls crew before they moved back to Atlanta, and finally … Continue reading June 2020
We're in the middle of a lot these days. For many of us, it's the middle of a long overdue education. The above is a movement within the book industry to support Black authors and show the influence of Black writing in our world today. Below, I've made a list of the books I've read … Continue reading #BlackoutBestsellerList
My post from May 2019 was titled, "May: A Train." If May 2019 was a train, I think May 2020 was a bulldozer.