Is ‘Life After Death’ Worth the Wait? (Book Review)

Reading Life After Death by Sister Souljah was in many ways its own purgatory. See my full review to find out why: 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 me on…

‘A Deeper Love Inside’ Book Review

I’ve come to the realization that when reviewing Sister Souljah’s books they have to be reviewed from two lenses: 1. Continuing the storyline of The Coldest Winter Ever (TCWE), and 2. As a completely separate story. When reviewing A Deeper Love Inside as a continuation of TCWE then there are many gaps and inconsistencies in…

My February Reads And Book Giveaway Winners Announced

Happy Black History Month! I’m so excited to share that I will be reading and reviewing 7 books during the month of February. 1. Just Am I Am by Cicely Tyson2. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates3. A Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah4. Caste by Isabel Wilkerson5. The Alchemyst by Michael Scott…

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…

Let’s Talk About ‘The Coldest Winter Ever’ by Sister Souljah

Let’s talk about this novel that is such a critical part of our literary childhoods. 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 me on goodreads. -Porscheoy Brice

Midnight III (Book Review)

If you’re like me you probably fell in love with the character Midnight upon reading Sister Souljah’s, The Coldest Winter Ever. As Sister Souljah states, “he’s what every woman wants in a man…” Yeah, I used to think so when I was younger, but as you get older you realize Midnight is slightly flawed. Don’t…