‘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…

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…

My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies [Book Review]

For Free Comic Book Day, May 4, I picked up a really cool comic that I think everyone should read. See my full review below: Until next time, remember to give time time and to have the best day of your life–on purpose!

Worth the Read? Killmonger #4 Comic Book Review

In response to the spiked interest in Killmonger after the debut of Black Panther in cinemas last year, Marvel gave the character his own five-part comic book series. I have been reading the run and reviewing each part. Curious whether or not you should purchase the comic? See my take on part four: Until next…

5 Books Give Away: National Poetry / Arab American Heritage Month

In honor of National Poetry Month and Arab American Heritage Month, I am giving away 5 BOOKS! –salt. by nayyirah waheed –bone by YRSA DALEY-WARD –milk and honey by rupi kaur –teaching my mother how to give birth by Warsan Shire –The Moor’s Account by LAILA LALAMI Ways to enter: 1. Subscribe to me on…

Difficult Women by Roxane Gay (Book Review)

I could not allow for Women’s History Month to end without takin a moment to recognize a book that I hold dear. Not only is the book superbly written, but it honors the entire being of a women in a way that makes one feel whole. It is uncomfortable in its rawness at times, but…