Take My Hand: A Look into Forced Sterilization of Poor and Marginalized Groups

“Take My Hand” is a historical fiction novel loosely based on the 1973 Relf v. Weinberger case where two sisters, ages twelve and fourteen, were sterilized without their consent in Montgomery, Alabama by a federally funded agency.

Small Changes

As you can see, I haven’t done a lot of blogging during the pandemic. Frankly, I was just not in the state of mind to write until now. I want to talk about making small changes. Today, I’m talking about my goal of losing ONE POUND A WEEK!

Book Review: Firekeeper’s Daughter

An incredible story about a young Ojibwe woman fighting to save her community from a strange strain of meth killing her family and friends.

Best Books of 2021: Black Girl, Call Home

Black Girl, Call Home by Jasmine Mans is one of the Best Books of 2021. Read the review to find out why.

The High-Rise Diver: A New Dystopian Novel

The High-Rise Diver is a new dystopian novel for lovers of 1984, Brave New World, The Handmaid’s Tale or Lord of the Flies.

How To Create Beautiful Flatlay Photos

As seen on Instagram Live, here are the products you will need to create beautiful flatlays for your photos.

A Golden Fury

Thea Hope is tasked to create the philosopher’s stone to save the people she loves. Will she survive the Alchemist’s Curse of madness?

New Historical Fiction to Read Now: When We Were Young & Brave

Hazel Gaynor’s latest World War II historical fiction novel takes us to China and a school full of children facing internment by the Japanese.

Book Feature: Where Dreams Descend

Where Dreams Descend takes us on a magical journey filled with magicians locked in a competition trapped inside of a strange city that means to hold them captive.

Book Review: Lobizona

I just finished reading this incredible YA fantasy about brujas and lobizones (i.e. witches and werewolves), and it is something else. The last 10% of the book had me wrapped up thinking, NO FRIGGIN WAY!