SundayMorningReads

I made a mistake this week. I shared this post on Facebook. It’s it easy to believe this, isn’t it? After all photos don’t lie. I don’t know that this photo was intended to deceive, I don’t really know anything about it. It looks like the photo came from someones private Instagram account but, what’s… Read More SundayMorningReads

book review: King and the Dragonflies

Title: King and the Dragonflies author: Kacen Callender date: Scholastic, February, 2020 main character: Kingston “King” Reginald James middle grade fiction Review is based on an advanced copy King’s world is drenched in grief and Kacen Callender’s writing makes it palpable. It is sheer grief, utter sadness that engulfs King in this story because of… Read More book review: King and the Dragonflies

Listed

I make lists when I go to the grocery store. I use them to keep my tasks in front of me so I can remember what I need to do and I cross things off when done. Each list exists for a specific reason. Lists, I think are good things for me. Here’s a list.… Read More Listed

review: LIving Lively 80 Plant-Based Recipes

title: Living Lively: 80 Plant-Based Recipes To Activate Your Power & Feed Your Potential author: Haile Thomas Publisher: William Morrow, 2020 nonfiction Part motivational text, part cookbook Living Lively is the debut publication for Haile Thomas, a 19-year-old African American wellness and compassion activist and international speaker. Haile founded her own business at age 12… Read More review: LIving Lively 80 Plant-Based Recipes