Day 4: Unexpected Fave Choosing an unexpected fave was very difficult. I was trying to find a book I hadn’t already written about but it seems faves are faves for a reason. We can’t stop talking about them. This was the second book I read by J. California Cooper. The first book I read was […]
Day 25 – Drink & Book(s) Today I decided to take a picture of one of my favorite mugs (New Orleans – Bourbon St. mug) and a nice chunk of my ReadSoulLit shelves. It always makes me very happy to drink a great cup of tea and to read a good book. Nothing can beat […]
I often hear people say that they no longer care to read fiction novels about slavery. I personally don’t have a problem with that, especially if I can read one that’s really good. Today’s recommendation is Family by J. California Cooper. This is a novel you should definitely put on your 2020 TBR if you […]
This was the first book I read by J. California Cooper and I was forever hooked on her captivating and life lessons-filled short stories. They were Wonderful stories, especially since I’m not a fan of short story collections. Homemade Love changed all that for me. So if you haven’t tried J. California Cooper this […]
I’m slowly but surely working my way through J. California Cooper’s work and enjoying each one. I’m marveled at her mastery to tell a story. Anyone out there who is attempting to write short stories should absolutely read her. All the ingredients in her stories are carefully chosen and used to depict well-rounded characters placed […]
Day 28 – Favorite Author: My favorite author is extremely difficult to pin down to one person. So, I decided to site an author that I discovered last year that I’ve fallen head over heels in love with. J. California Cooper. She was an incredible storyteller and sadly she died last year. I’ve read two […]
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