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“The Graveyard Book”- Book Review This past month I decided to revisit the work of an author who had a firm hand in shaping my life-long interest in storytelling. British […]

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“The Bluest Eye”- Book Review It’s become a tradition of mine to celebrate Black History Month by devoting my attention to African-American literature. No matter the type- modern works, poetry, […]

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“Salem’s Lot”- Book Review Another year has passed, and thus another Halloween has come and gone. This October, I really wanted to sink my teeth into a story that fit […]

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“The House on Mango Street”- Book Review The first book I ever read that featured a Latina lead character was Pam Muñoz Ryan’s Esperanza Rising. It was one of my favorite books […]

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“Mr. Mercedes”- Book Review After I’d crossed IT off my list of must-read Stephen King books, I wasn’t sure which one to tackle next. Of course, my options seemed limitless. The […]

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“Sharp Objects”- Book Review I’ve had Gillian Flynn on my radar for quite some time. When I first saw the movie Gone Girl, I had two things on my mind- the […]

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“Invisible Man”- Book Review   At the start of the year I made it a goal of mine to commemorate Black History Month by delving into some Afro-centric literature. The […]

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“Ready Player One”- Book Review It seems like everyone’s trying to go back to the 80s, doesn’t it? Not only do I hear people bragging about how fun and awesome […]

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“Snow Falling on Cedars”- Book Review The thing I love about reading lesser-known novels is that there’s a greater chance you’ll be left absolutely surprised. Stories like Romeo and Juliet and The […]

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  “Love & Gelato” Book Review   When I was in college, I had the opportunity to go to Italy. It was part of a summer study abroad program. I’d […]

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  The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood   First published in 1985, The Handmaid’s Tale is set in an unspecified future in which the United States no longer exists. A wave […]