Implementing some much-deserved self-care by deep diving into Mariah Carey‘s must-read ☛THE MEANING OF MARIAH CAREY [pub: Andy Cohen Books] penned with celebrated writer Michaela Angela Davis. It’s the kind of memoir where readers need not be a fan of the artist or her music to enjoy and appreciate this unique and “exceptional”
Been waitin’ with breath that is baited to purchase 2019 James Beard Award-winning chef Kwame Onwuachi’s ☛NOTES FROM A YOUNG BLACK CHEF with Joshua David Stein [pub: Knopf]. At risk of getting kicked out of the #BlackGirlsRock sorority, I love this memoir more than Michelle Obama’s beautifully written BECOMING.
ICYMI: Actress and now author Retta is having a fantastic year! The comedian’s first book ☛SO CLOSE TO BEING THE SH*T, Y’ALL DON’T EVEN KNOW [pub: St. Martin’s Press] dropped a couple of weeks ago on May 29th. I’m only on the fourth chapter—with only 12 more,
ICYMI, our beloved Michelle Obama tweeted the gorgeous cover of her highly-anticipated book ☛BECOMING [pub: Crown] at 6:34 a.m. yesterday!
Our Forever First Lady’s memoir releases on November 13, 2018. Have you pre-ordered your copies yet?
Forgive me. I had no idea that Spike Lee and Jordan Peele’s Grand Prix award-winning film Black KkKlansman was based on a memoir by Ron Stallworth. No doubt, the movie trailer even notes that it’s based on a true story, but an actual book? Mind blown!
Late Pass! Ugh! Bummed I didn’t know about the release of ☛CAN’T NOTHING BRING ME DOWN: CHASING MYSELF IN THE RACE AGAINST TIME [pub: Zondervan] by Ida Keeling with Anita Diggs when it released back in February. But, delighted I learned about the 102-year-old runner and author in conversation with Alison Desir,