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Didn’t See That Coming by Rachel Hollis

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I was asked to be on the launch team for this book and I declined. Twice. Why? For a myriad…

Quarantine Reading

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My last blog post was on December 29th, 2019. That feels like a lifetime ago. I wrote a post about…

New Year, New You – 2020 Book List

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You have decided this is the year you will read more. This year you will dive into your personal development…

Time of Reflection – Celebrity Memoirs

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Celebrity Memoirs –   As the decade comes to a close, we tend to be very reflected of the last…

12 Days of Christmas Reading For Kids

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12 days of Christmas Reading – A few years ago I saw a Pinterest post encouraging people to wrap 24…

Summer Reading for Kids!

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Kids’ comic book series my kids love (and their teachers approve!) Last year my son, then in first grade, was…

Power Moves by Andre and Twa’Lea Jordan

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In this tell-all book Andre and Twa’Lea give an intimate look into how they went from over 1 million dollars…

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

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“They took our magic. They tried to bury us. Now we must rise.” I am not naturally a fantasy reader,…

On The Come Up By Angie Thomas

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As a follow up to her best-selling book The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas released her second book On the…

Spring Break Reading – An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

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This book is a true page-turner. It is fully of many twist and turns and is anything but predictable. There…