Hue’s Reviews: Watch Us Rise

What a good starting point for young girls and women to decide what part they wish to play in our world. Jasmine and Chelsea, two New York City teens, living their truth by fighting sexism, racism, and other harmful aspects make the story, Watch Us Rise, written by Renee Watson and Ellen Hagan. Despite attending […]

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My Walk With The Stranger

My name via this blog is Livey. CraftyScribbles Latanya I possess several names, according to my mood. How I’m feeling. How I’m thinking. How I’m living. No matter the name. No matter the moniker. We all walk with a stranger. I met the stranger in high school. But, my gut tells me we met before. […]

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Hue’s Reviews: On The Come Up

Brianna wants to be a rap star. She flows like no other. She writes like no other. But, with hunger, gang violence, and the reality’s of being a poor black girl looming around her, will her dreams come true? Or, will others’ assumptions of her get the best of her and cloud the image staring […]

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Great Anticipations: February

How’s 2019 going for you so far? Busy. Busy. Busy. Awesome to say. Productivity helps time pass, and with some good reading, one can find themselves in a whirlpool of joy and completed plans. With a new month, readers can expect new releases. I await each month as they offer new tales for which to […]

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It’s a Wrap! January Edition

I no longer plan what I read by month as I’m more of a mood reader. If a book strikes me, boom, I’m in the mood to read it. So, planning a to-be-read (TBR) list, like many book bloggers and vloggers, feels like a chore. Besides, when I did plan by month, most of the […]

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