The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Girl Geeks by Sam Maggs | Book Review

Sometimes I like to consider myself to be a professional fangirl. I love getting unironically excited over various things. I like not having pretense. My co-blogger Allison and I jumped at the chance to have fellow fangirl and editor for The Mary Sue Sam Maggs guest post on the blog as part of her tour […]

The 13th Gift: A True Story of a Christmas Miracle by Joanne Huist Smith | Book Review

The 13th Gift: A True Story Of A Christmas Miracle by Joanne Huist Smith seemed appealing to me because I am a bit of a huge sap. I like books about miracles and Christmas and people having the spirit and faith in the season reaffirmed. So, I obtained a copy ofThe 13th Gift in the […]

One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Remember that whole secret project that I keep going on and on about? Well, the audiobook ofOne Summer: America, 1927by Bill Bryson and narrated by Bryson as well was a part of that secret project. However, listening to this book did not feel like homework or like some […]

Slimed!: An Oral History of Nickelodeon’s Golden Age by Matthew Klickstein | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I am the sort of reader who loves non-fiction books about things I have experienced. I love listening to books that fill me with nostalgia for my childhood. When I came acrossSlimed!: An Oral History Of Nickelodeon’s Golden Age by Matthew Klickstein in the Audible store I knew […]

Allison: Sexy Feminism | Jennifer Keishin Armstrong & Heather Wood Rudulph | Book Review

I was intrigued when I came across the title of Sexy Feminism on Netgalley a couple of months ago. It seemed to almost be a perfect fit for me as I had been looking for something new and different but also something that would reflect the things that I had received an education in. According […]

Review of Searching for Whitopia by Rich Benjamin

Searching for Whitopia by Rich Benjamin is not about the interactions between blacks and whites. It is about the phenomenon of white flight. White Flight occurs when white people move out of a neighborhood because people of color are moving in. What Rich Benjamin did was move into predominately white neighborhoods (97% white) to see […]