Book Review: Queen Sugar is the book I didn’t expect to love. I found myself screaming out loud at the characters and becoming emotionally invested in the outcome.
Some of the books below recognize not only the role of these different forms of religion, but also the existence of neo-African religions within even a “strict” Christian practice.
Book Review: I had to read The Sun Is Also a Star because both protagonists are of color, a rarity in most representations of people in love. I love seeing (read: reading) people of color love up on each other. And immigrants to boot.
My booklist list of fiction that feature a queer protagonist from a Caribbean country. This list is by no means exhaustive, but definitely one of my favorites.
Book Review: This collection of stories is compelling told and beautifully written, and follow the lives of several women dealing with the many and varied aspects of womanhood—motherhood, sexual assault, expectations of wellness.
Did you know that way you read a book says a lot about who you are as a lover? Are you committed? Emotionally manipulative? Do you take out the trash when it’s your turn? Find out who you are below.