Reading Baldwin…


Bookish Stuff, ReadSoulLit

I used to run my hands along the books on the wooden bookshelves that were in the hall upstairs in my home.  It contained a myriad of first edition African-American novels from Frederick Douglas to Malcolm X.  Growing up I was particularly intrigued by the title Giovanni’s Room.  I wondered what the story could be […]

July 31, 2017

33. All My Friends Are Superheroes


Book Reviews

Tom has been married six months to the Perfectionist.  The only problem is his wife can’t see him.  At their wedding, the Perfectionist’s ex-boyfriend, Hypno hypnotizes her to forget about Tom.  Therefore, he spends the majority of the novel trying to get her to see him, while reminiscing about the moments they spent together as […]

September 15, 2012

25. Fifty Shades of Grey


Book Reviews

I got so sick of hearing about this book that I had to read it to see what all the hype was about.  It’s everywhere – You Tube, television shows, book reviews, etc  I’m living in France and Fifty Shades of Grey hasn’t come out here yet, but I’m sure when it does it will […]

July 20, 2012

21. Anna and the French Kiss


Book Reviews

I have just started to add reading YA novels to my repertoire because some of them are pretty interesting and secondly it enables me to suggest good books to the French kids I tutor in English.  I’m an English Foreign Language teacher in France and have come to the conclusion that students have difficulty writing  […]

June 17, 2012