Music Monday: Callie Day

Ms. Callie Day has one of the most beautiful voices that I have ever heard. She is only singer that has made me wish that I was a bird so that I could fly on the notes that she sings. Today, I am sharing some of my favorite videos of hers. I hope you enjoy!! […]

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Rest in Peace

On January 3, 2021, we lost a literary legend. An unofficial member of the “Black Girls who Read 101” syllabus, Eric Jerome Dickey. I write this while feeling hollow and distant. To see someone who made such an impact on my reading journey pass away is odd. It feels different than learning of the passing […]

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My First and Last Beyoncé “Thinkpiece”

Remember that Beyoncé is not a puppet. She was not created to represent you nor speak for you. She is a human with her own views and life. Embrace her, value her but also listen to what she has to say. What she is saying and what you may hear may be different.

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Book Review: The One

The One Danielle Allen Length: 304 pgs Publication Date:  March 20, 2016 My first exposure to Danielle Allen’s writing was in her book released late last year, Work Song .It was a fantastic read (brought to my attention by book blog  Girl, Have You Read? that put Allen on my radar. When she announced earlier this […]

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