The Vanishing Half

If you’re looking for a big ending, don’t expect it with this book. The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett was decent, but I think how it ended is what makes everyone, including myself feel like… eh. I’d give this book three stars, and that’s honestly because the ending just felt disappointing. The Vignes twins, DesireeContinue reading “The Vanishing Half”

Love Radio

Love Radio by Ebony LaDelle was light-hearted and funny. Even though Prince could give everyone else advice, when it came to Dani, he was stuck like a deer in headlights! Dani challenged Prince to take her on three dates, and within those three dates she “should’ve” fallen in love with him. I appreciated that EbonyContinue reading “Love Radio”

Inevitable Encounters: The Hero of my Love Scene

Hey Friends! I’m back with another book review. I enjoyed this book so much! I randomly found this book on my kindle unlimited suggested for you searches and if I’m being honest the cover caught my eye ;). I’ve been reading a ton of mystery and psychological thriller so I’m glad to be in myContinue reading “Inevitable Encounters: The Hero of my Love Scene”

Love & Loss

If 2020 has taught me anything it’s to continue to love yourself and those around you. This year alone has been tough with the pandemic, people dying famous or not, every day life, depression, anxiety, loss of jobs, just throw the year away. 2020 is trash and there are still some months ahead (face plantContinue reading “Love & Loss”

Everything smells like smoke

On Wednesday April 29, 2020 there was a fire at my apartment complex. Wednesday started out as a normal day for me but ended in a way I never expected. Early afternoon I started to smell smoke so I walked around my apartment and figured out it was coming from the bathroom. I was nervousContinue reading “Everything smells like smoke”

January 22, 2020

Get your tissues, this post will be the most emotional and longest I’ve ever written to date. Growing up it was always my mother and I. My biological father wasn’t in the picture. I’d only heard stories from my mother as a child growing up about who he was, their relationship and how things abruptlyContinue reading “January 22, 2020”