Review of ‘Nejma’, Book of Poetry by Nayyirah Waheed

“some words. the way they look at you…” This is a poem from the book that captures the absolute brilliance of Nayyirah Waheed’s style of writing. This work of poetry really forces one to analyze the relationship with self. Not only is it worth the read, it’s worth the journey. I’m also a reviewer for…

Book Predictions for ‘Life After Death’ by Sister Souljah

Will Winter evolve or remain as the person we got to know in The Coldest Winter Ever? Watch my predictions in the video below. 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. You can also join…

Have You Ever Been Crazy In Love? Here’s The Book For You!

How many of you remember being young and experiencing romantic love for the first time? The sensations and feelings of the immense love that you couldn’t always control? Such is the experience of the young protagonist, Chloe, as she navigates her first love experience and the life-altering decisions that she must make as a result….

Bone by Yrsa-Daley Ward (Book Review)

To say that Bone is a book of poetry is a bit of an oversimplification. Bone is a vehicle a griot used to transport her stories. One thing that becomes immediately apparent is that Yrsa-Daley Ward is a storyteller before she is a poet. Her poems weave us through complex romantic interactions and even more…

Bingo Love (Book Review)

Have you ever heard the concept for a book and knew immediately that if done right you would love it? If so, you were basically me when I first heard of Bingo Love. Did the book live up to my expectations? Was I disappointed? Find out by watching here: Until next time, Ms. Malcolm Hughes

The Warmth of Other Suns (Book Review)

The Great Migration—I honestly do not recall having this as a topic of discussion at any point of my education. Not even during Black History Month lessons. I just assumed that eventually, newly freed slaves just sorta drifted to their permanent location. Well, this book was the history lesson I never had and never knew…