Legal Thrillers By Black Authors

This is a solid debut in the thriller genre, which could use some new and cultured voices.We follow Ellice Littlejohn, who is a mature-aged, token, Black lawyer at her company: she was hired to combat racial discrimination and lawsuits. While she is managing her “little secrets” she discovers her boss lying dead in his office […]

30th Anniversary of the Rhythm Nation 1814 Tour

Janet Jackson is one of the few names in pop culture who has been a successful triple threat throughout her entire career. In 1990, she headlined her first world tour. With the release of her fourth studio album, Rhythm Nation 1814, Miss Jackson performed songs from that album as well as her third album Control. […]

Monica and Brandy tense Verzuz Battle

Verzuz Battle has become the alternative to live concert entertainment. With COVID changing the way we live our day to day lives—temporarily or permanently—we as fans have found creative ways to enjoy music during quarantine. Verzuz Battle was started by super producers, Swizz Beatz and Timberland. The live event is hosted on their Instagram channels […]

The City of Brass review

I was recently introduced to the Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty. I finished the first book, The City of Brass last week. It is a thick book; not what I call a quick or light read. This debut novel by Chakraborty’s was first published in 2017. Harper Voyager published all three books with the final […]

A Savior’s Champion Review

Have you ever read a book that you didn’t enjoy but you kept reading because you felt like if you didn’t finish it, then what you’ve read so far would have been a waste? That is my current experience with The Savior’s Champion by Jenna Moreci. I stumbled upon her Youtube channel and kind of […]

Astrology is my game

As I’ve mentioned before, I am a writer. I’m currently working on my first manuscript. When building my protagonist, I did not know where to start. I looked at a few books. Watched a couple of videos. I found some great ones on Youtube which were informative. I also discovered the Myers- Briggs Type Indicator […]

My take on The Authenticity Project

Claire Pooley writes a book. Now I should mention she does have a blog also. Mummy was a Secret Drinker is how she got started in writing. I have not read the blog, but in case you’re interested, I wanted to make that known. The Authenticity Project is her first novel. Normally, I tell you […]

Sade to soothe your workday blues

I had just finished an eight hour shift- at home- and needed some musical relief. The only singer that came to mind was Sade. I searched YouTube for her live concerts and found two. One was from 1994 at a Montreux Jazz Festival; it was fifty- four minutes long. The second one, from September 21, […]

The Plot Thickens to a juicy tell

I have not taken to podcast, to be honest. There is so much content to see, I feel like they are an interruption. However, over the past few weeks, I have stumbled upon a couple I’ve enjoyed. One of them being, The Plot Thickens from Turner Classic Movies with host Ben Mankiewicz. The first season […]