Book Review: “Vivid” by Beverly Jenkins

Set in 1876 a few years after the Emancipation Proclamation, this story is a story that weaves history, romance, and gives a view of what life would’ve been for free Black people. The beautiful, Vivid Lancaster, is attempting to garner respect as a woman physician in a time where women are only tasked with beingContinue reading “Book Review: “Vivid” by Beverly Jenkins”

A Few of the Audiobook Gems That I Listened to This Year

We can easily fall prey to the opinions of others. I get it. But at some point learning to shake free of ppl and their opinions is clutch. I already had a dearth of fcks to give. Now I have even less. No matter your lot in life, you lead something. Someone is watching youContinue reading “A Few of the Audiobook Gems That I Listened to This Year”