Children of Virtue and Vengeance (Book Review)

If you’re like me, you were long awaiting the release of the follow-up to Children of Blood and Bone. Now that Children of Virtue and Vengeance is finally here, does it live to the hype? Watch my complete review to learn my thoughts on the novel. I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery, so, if you…

‘Invisible Life’ by E. Lynn Harris (Book Review)

One of my all-time favorite writers is E. Lynn Harris. Growing up Harris was one of the few writers who I felt reflected a lot of my identity struggles in his novels. Now, I’m revisiting his books in order to share more of his fantastic works of writing with the world. Below is my first…

Revisiting ‘Flyy Girl’ by Omar Tyree

If you’re like me, you probably read Flyy Girl during your adolescence. In a fit of nostalgia, I decided to pick the oldie but goodie up and give it another read. Watch the video to see my thoughts on the video now, years later. I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery, so, if you like my…

‘YOU’: Book vs. Series Review

Are you a fan of the Netflix series YOU? Have you been thinking about reading the book but are uncertain if it’s worth the read? Well, I read it so that you may know the answer to that question. See my full review of the book and series below. I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery,…

Book Giveaway and Books I’m Reading BHM 2020

In honor of Black History Month, and to continue the celebration of our literary scholars, I am having a BOOK GIVEAWAY! Details on how to enter, along with the two books I’m reading this month, are available in the video below. I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery, so, if you like my reviews, you can…

Must Read Books BHM 2020

HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH! Here are the books I recommend everyone should read: I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery, so, if you like my reviews, you can head over there and provide tips as a form of gratitude and appreciation. -Porscheoy Brice

6 Songs To Create A Vibe This Weekend

I have spent much of my life trying to figure out if I fell in love with music or books first. The answer is, I’m uncertain but I love them both deeply. With that, I want to share six songs that are currently on heavy rotation on my playlist. As love and romance are top…

Read With Me! January 2020 Book Selections

¡Feliz Año Nuevo! Happy New Year! This month I am reading three books that I am excited to share with all of you. I’m also hopeful that you’ll join in reading them :). Here is my list: 1. When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi 2. You by Caroline Kepnes 3. The Stockholm Octavo by…

I Started A Podcast

Welcome to 2020! Was 2019 an amazing year for you? You are one of the lucky few! Universally, 2019 was a hard year, but THANKFULLY, we made it to the other side–many didn’t! So, what shall we accomplish with this gift of life? This blessing to see a new decade? Hopefully, reaching your highest self…

Read More, Worry Less (November 2019)

End of year can bring many emotions, one of them being panic. Did you meet your goals this year? What do you hope to achieve in the next year? A decade is ending, how will you change because of it? I don’t have the answers, but I do know of something that may help take…

Coriander’s Light By MJ Vaughn (Book Review)

Recently, I reviewed the book Coriander’s Light by independent author MJ Vaughn. Is it worth adding to your fall reading list? Watch the review to find out. I’m also a reviewer for reedsydiscovery, so, if you like my reviews, you can head over there and provide tips as a form of gratitude and appreciation. -Porscheoy…

Revisiting the Web Series ‘Little Horribles’ [Review]

Am I the only one who missed the Little Horribles web series during its original release? In order to catch-up, I watched the first eight episodes of the series. Executive produced by Issa Rae, Little Horribles appears to be quite funny and captures the awkwardness of queer dating. Specifically, the mellow dramatics of lesbian dating…

‘Eat, Pray, Love’ By Elizabeth Gilbert [Book Review]

Earlier this year, while planning the travel I embarked on this summer, I decided to read the book of a film that had always resonated with me in some capacity, Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. As expected, the book was more detailed and differed from the movie in many ways. See my review of…

LGBTQ+ News: Weekly Recap (8/28/19)

Here is a rundown of some of the top LGBTQ+ news stories you might have missed recently: 1. In an interview for Paper magazine, Jaah Kelly speaks about the challenge of coming out and how nerve-wrecking it was. 2. Waka Flocka landed in the waters of social media backlash after stating that he views gay…

Looking For A Great Read? ‘Puerto Rico Strong’ Is It!

Even in the midst of my summer travels, I have been on a quest to read amazing books that pull me in and teach me new knowledge. Puerto Rico Strong, the anthology that was created to provide support and relief to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria has been one of those reads for me. As…

A Closer Look at the Evolution of Aina Brei’Yon [Interview]

Where were you when you were first introduced to the artistry of Aina Brei’Yon? I can still recall distinctly being a young lesbian preparing to cross the street on the eastside of Chicago when out of my peripheral I saw a car turning the corner. Inside was someone with a striking face and a gorgeous…

The Chills! Watch The Newest Trailer For ‘Queen & Slim’

When is the last time you were so impacted that you found yourself with chills you hadn’t expected? For me, it was last week with the extended trailer for Queen & Slim. The film starring Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) will be directed by Melina Matsoukas with a screenplay written by Emmy winner…

‘Magic Hour’: A New Queer Web Series Worthy of Your Funds

If you are a fan of science fiction or enjoy seeing the exploration of Black queerness in new and exploratory ways, there is a new series whose creation you can support, Magic Hour! Seeing oneself represented in aspirational capacities can be a life-altering and transformational experience. Humans often require an example of what is possible…