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5 BOOKS TO READ DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Happy Black History Month everyone! This month means so much to me and I truly hope you share the same passion of celebration and awareness that I have for this glorious month.  If you have not done so already, I encourage you to get involve, celebrate and check out local events throughout your community! Each… Continue reading 5 BOOKS TO READ DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

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2017 BOOK OF THE YEAR: THE HEART’S INVISIBLE FURIES BY JOHN BOYNE

I am beyond stoked that Book of the Month recently announced that the book of the year for 2017 is The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne!!  You guys don’t understand how excited I am about this!  When I tell you this was my favorite book of 2017 I truly mean it! I actually mentioned… Continue reading 2017 BOOK OF THE YEAR: THE HEART’S INVISIBLE FURIES BY JOHN BOYNE

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NEW YEARS BOOK GOAL-LUSION: READING FOR PERSONAL VALUE

I don’t know about you, but 2017 was amazing! And as it comes to an end I can only reflect on all the great memories that I have shared with friends and family.   So many great memories and of course wonderful books.  As the year comes to a close it is time to gear… Continue reading NEW YEARS BOOK GOAL-LUSION: READING FOR PERSONAL VALUE

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Favorite Relationship Book for an Engaged or Newlywed Couple

I have officially been a married woman for six months now!  My husband Sekou and I met in 2010 and were fast friends.  We started dating in 2014 and became engaged the end of 2015.  My parents were ECSTATIC that we were engaged. My mom made the announcement at my bridal party “thank God Kim… Continue reading Favorite Relationship Book for an Engaged or Newlywed Couple

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Are Bookstores Dying?

A few weeks ago I visited the popular bookstore, Parnassus Books. Parnassus Books is one of the few independent bookstores in Nashville, Tennessee and according to their website they stock the best selections of literature, non-fiction, children’s, local interests, and the arts. Before I went and visited the bookstore, I asked a few people at lunch… Continue reading Are Bookstores Dying?