A provocative observation of mother and daughter artists and their rocky relationship as a result of their crafts and the male gaze.Continue reading ““The Glimpse” : Reedsy Discovery Review”
Wolf creates a gripping and heart-warming read out of the most surprising relationship.Continue reading “The Sound of Violet: Reedsy Book Review”
You never know who you’re gonna meet riding the bus. I found this in a little notebook I kept during my script writing days at CC.Continue reading “March 20, 2019: Amanda”
This read will have you eager to find out who ended this particular high-end escort’s life.
Death Beneath the Covers follows the case of what happened to Becca, a high-end escort for the Australian Foxy Escorts Agency. Liz Jeffreys inserts herself into the investigation of her murder since Becca was one of the women working for her. Jack and Max are the detectives at the center of the investigation and feelings and histories already start to get involved from the start. Eventually, the waters of suspicious activity connected to the murder becoming increasingly muddied.Continue reading ““Death Beneath the Covers”: Reedsy Discovery Review”
Anderson Paak is one of my top 3 favorite music artists. The list goes something like this:
- The Weeknd
- Anderson Paak
- Freddie Gibbs
A poem, 11/5/19
Time to fall backContinue reading “Daylight Savings”
A free verse poem, or something like that
Originally written 10/19/19Continue reading “Dear Anxiety…”
A fever dream of a classic. Invisible Man, though fiction, addresses race in a very real and evergreen way.
Invisible Man follows the trials and tribulations of an unnamed protagonist. He’s a Black man ousted from his Southern HBCU campus to the streets of Harlem, New York. It opens in his present adulthood living in a basement filled with lightbulbs before flashing heavily back to his adolescence and young adulthood, searching for his identity.Continue reading ““Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison : Book Review”