The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science Of Those Without Conscience by Kent A. Kiehl | Book Review

There are some subjects and topics that absolutely captivate me. I just find the subject so interesting that I will read whatever book on it. When The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science Of Those Without Conscience by Kent A. Kiehl, PhD crossed my email path, I absolutely knew that I had to obtain a copy of it […]

The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks | Book Review

Throw history and multiculturalism into the mix and I am hook line and sinker into the graphic novel. I have to say that for stepping away from his usual subject matter of zombies, Brooks does a really superb job in his storytelling about the 369th Infantry Regiment.

Quiet | Susan Cain | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? True story, I started college as a psychology major, hah until making the switch to education as a major because my psychology 101 professor never called on females and because I was passionate about my history classes but you know, I am practical. Anyways, things like behavior are […]

Allison: Sloppy Firsts | Megan McCafferty | Book Review

Oh, Sloppy Firsts, where were you hiding when I was younger? Admittedly, I had never heard of this series or the author, Megan McCafferty, before I started book blogging. How? I honestly am not sure. Especially since it is one of the books that nearly everyone (certain people in particular) were hyping up, and pushing […]

The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks Rebecca Skloot Book Review

As someone who doesn’t know jackshit about science or biology – I found The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot riveting (FYI, I notice I say riveting A LOT in my reviews, what of it?). In the 1950s, Henrietta Lacks, a young Black woman died of cervical cancer, yet her cells live on. You see, […]