Former Trump National Security Advisor, John Bolton‘s controversial book ☛THE ROOM WHERE IT HAPPENED: A WHITE HOUSE MEMOIR [pub: Simon & Schuster] drops next Tuesday, June 22nd. Can’t front. The fact that the Trump administration is suing the author because they’re concerned [read: shook we’ll get confirmation of what we already know] the memoir may threaten national security is more than intriguing.
Let’s raise our best glasses for our good sis Brit Bennett‘s second novel ☛THE VANISHING HALF [pub: Riverhead] landing at the number one spot of the New York Times best sellers list. Thank you Brit for providing us with some much needed good news during this unprecedented time of civil unrest during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Debut authors and real life friends, Alli Frank and Asha Yourman‘s ☛TINY IMPERPECTIONS [pub: G.P. Putnam’s Sons] is not just one of this summer’s must-reads, it is also my favorite read of Quarantine 2020. I was transported and transfixed by the locations and lives of my new besties: Josie—the beautiful,
National-Book-award-winning author, Elizabeth Acevedo just released her third YA novel ☛CLAP WHEN YOU LAND [pub: Quill Tree Books]. Absolutely judging this book by its gorgeous cover and fly-ass title. Also, adding this story of two sisters living in different countries, who know nothing of each other until after their father dies,