Welcome to my book review blog. Here you will find my thoughts on the books I have read old and new. I will also share my design work. I hope you enjoy!
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Carty-Williams explores dating, anxiety and racism through the eyes of a modern-day Jamaican Brit, and she does it with a sense of humor and does not shy away from making the reader uncomfortable. Queenie constantly overshares at inappropriate moments, has dating disasters, and her badass girlfriends are just some of the sources of enjoyment in the book.
As a librarian, I am passionate about giving people information and encourage people to make informed decisions on any subject. However this subject is home it is where I live. Reading is so powerful. Once you are done reading take action. Please Vote, write your elected officials at all levels of government, and protest in the safest way possible.
I wanted to read an African American fiction book; which it is, but written by a white male author. That can always be tricky when white authors try to write about others’ experiences. However, Thomas Mullen did great writing about the African American experience during the Jim Crow era in the late 1940s Atlanta.