I Never Had It Made by Jackie Robinson (as told to Alfred Duckett) Initial Thoughts: This book is beat. There are creases everywhere, and on the bottom left corner of the cover are bite marks similar to those seen on any given forearm after a childhood fist fight with your sister. There's one massive crease that stands out from... Continue Reading →
"Whether in the form of a silly book review or an article fighting for human rights, it's given me permission to believe in my truth, that it is important, that it matters deeply and that it's powerful in ways I have yet to imagine."
It is 3:45AM and I have haphazardly decided to write book reviews and so I introduce to you the first new section to my blog: Books In My House. It all started about a week ago when a couple of family members and I were casually browsing the thousands of books at the local Barnes and Noble. After... Continue Reading →