We are officially a little over half-way through this year… and what a year it’s been! I’m not sure about you but I can’t wait for it to be over and take all the crazy it’s been stirring away with it. There is one thing keeping me excited about the remainder of this year and … Continue reading Own Voices Global Reading Challenge: Mid-Point
My dear reader, long time, no see! There are a lot of things that prevented me from showing up to this space like I intended this month (and last month…) but this month, I can happily say that I was very, very busy reading. June was a record breaking month for me. I read 11 … Continue reading Sub-Saharan Africa: Wrap-up!
Hello, dear reader! Is it sunshiny and warm where you are? I hope so. It’s a beautiful morning here in the American South, and after a little time in the garden, piddling and taking photos, and a big delicious breakfast, I’m ready to take on the day. Another month is upon us, and it’s time … Continue reading May TBR
I think, dear reader, that I start all of these wrap-up posts with “can you believe this month is over?”, and every time it’s genuine! So, without further ado: Can you believe April is over? Here in the fine state of Georgia, we’re experiencing a wet and rather cool spring, so when I go outside … Continue reading The Caribbean: Wrap-up!
I’ve already spoken about my love of classics here, but I want to expand what I mean when I say “classics.” As I’m working through the Own Voices Global Reading Challenge, I’m finding my idea of what a classic is changing each month. Each month, a new book gets added into the canon for me. … Continue reading We Need Diverse Classics
January is (finally) over! In this post, I’m going to wrap up what I read for the Own Voices Global Challenge for Indigenous America, share with you some cool playlists and accounts I love on Instagram, and we’re going to close up with a bit of info on some current topics in Indigenous America that … Continue reading Indigenous America: Wrap-up!