Hue’s Reviews: “Black Enough”

I read Young Adult (YA). Yes, I know. I’m someone’s parent and should have left the subgenre behind. But, you know what? I enjoy stories – period – and many of them come from YA. However, there’s an issue plaguing YA’s publishing – the lack of young adult and teen voices within non-stereotypical stories. Readers […]

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Hue’s Review: Pride by Ibi Zoboi

Honest chat. I’ve never read Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”. Did I lose my writing and reading credentials? Do I stand to continue my bookworm status? No. Good. I’ve survived over forty years of not reading the story nor watching a film adaptation while thriving on pop-cultural osmosis. In other words, I feigned knowledge of […]

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