This month I read six, yes I said six books. All but one of the books were bought at a thrift store, and all of them are great summer reads.
This past month I unknowingly read books only written by women, which I find fitting seeing that March was International Women’s Month. Who are some of your favorite female authors?
In this post I spotlight “On The Come Up” by Angie Davis, and share my review and summary of the book.
January was a month of exciting reading. I’ve got a mix of nonfiction, fiction, and true crime in this months book review.
It’s a new year, so that means it’s time to reflect on the past and plan for the future. I have highlighted my main goals for 2019, and look forward to hearing what yours are as well.
This month I read three challenging nonfiction books that inspired me to be a better person and to always fight for what is right. Each book was unique in it’s story, but they all had a similar message; work hard, be kind and fight for what you love/believe in.