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Come On Book Two! My Review of RENAISSANCE (THE NORA WHITE STORY) by Yecheilyah Ysrayl

Nora White is a recent high school graduate searching for herself, trying to find her voice. A seed looking for the right environment. It’s not the family farm, not the acres that provide food and establish ownership. It’s not the … Continue reading

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Dark Genesis by AD Koboah (Book Review)

DARK GENESIS is a phenomenal novel! I don’t know if I can properly put into words how greatly I enjoyed it. I stopped mid-read and in-boxed the author, AD Koboah, to tell her how outstanding the story was. How the … Continue reading

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A Work of Collective Genius (my review of D’Angelo’s Black Messiah)

  I’ve been listening to D’Angelo’s BLACK MESSIAH for the last few days and pretty much nothing else. The music. The poetry. Lyrics for soul searching. Rhythms for toe tapping and head nodding. Politics to pillow talk. Love and war. … Continue reading

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Aw Man, I Loved This Book

THE FOREVER MAN was a psychedelic trip through the boroughs at light speed. The novel follows Willie Bishop, AKA the MD, a hit man who’s given his share of pain to people and perhaps, because of that, has dealt a … Continue reading

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Oneness (My Review of Wm. Paul Young’s Cross Roads)

Anthony Spencer is in serious trouble. Head trauma lands him in ICU where he finds that his troubles are much worse than constant headaches. He is fighting for his life, or rather, resting for it. He begins a spiritual, unexplainable … Continue reading

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RUN!!! (Review of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl)

I just finished Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.” It’s like a page from a missing/murdered wife headline. The Laci Peterson story revisited. Several reviewers commented on the craziness of the novel, the sickness of its characters. How they were made for … Continue reading

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When the Past Won’t Let You Go

People talk about forgetting the past, moving on—Letting-It-Go. But what if the past won’t let you go? What do you do? For Grace Monroe, heroin of Victoria Christopher Murray’s Truth Be Told, the past is a nasty stain she can’t … Continue reading

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