Book Review: Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn

Patsy, by Nicole Dennis-Benn is my second read for this month's #CaribAThon read-along, and for June's celebration of Caribbean Heritage Month. Once again, I am grateful to YouTube book bloggers Comfycozyup and Runwright Reads for showcasing works by Caribbean authors from 13 independent islands. As I said in my previous CaribAThon post where I reviewed Jamaica Kincaid's Annie … Continue reading Book Review: Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn

Reading for the CaribAThon: Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid

This week, YouTube book bloggers Comfycozyup and Runwright Reads are hosting a CaribAThon read-along to showcase works by Caribbean authors from 13 independent islands. I can only recall reading one book by a Caribbean author, Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, who was born in Dominica. So the CaribAThon seemed like the perfect opportunity to read more books … Continue reading Reading for the CaribAThon: Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid

Six Degrees of Separation: From Normal People to Ordinary People – a celebration of BAME female authors #BlackLivesMatter

It's the first Saturday of the month, so time once again for a Six Degrees post - hooray! Find out more about this meme over at host Kate's blog. This month we are starting with Sally Rooney's Normal People.  I have not read this book, but was glued to the TV series. So what is normal? … Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation: From Normal People to Ordinary People – a celebration of BAME female authors #BlackLivesMatter