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Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

by Ari Augustine Posted May 25, 2018 in Book Reviews, Home / 0 Comments
Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now is perched on my bookshelf, the passionate red cover sitting on top of The Book of Dust and Octavia’s Brood like a victor at the top of Mount Everest. Written by debut author Dana L Davis, Tiffany Sly is only the second Contemporary YA novel I’ve ever read, and – if I’m being honest – the first YA book I’ve read where the protagonist is a black female teen. From beginning to end, I couldn’t put Tiffany down — or out of my mind, for that matter. And…I’m still struggling to sort out my thoughts about this book.

Micro Book Review of Alexander..

by Ari Augustine Posted November 28, 2017 in Book Reviews, Home, Review Archives / 0 Comments
Micro Book Review of Alexander Hamilton: The Graphic History of an American Founding Father

A graphic novel biography of the American legend who inspired the hit Broadway musical Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton was one of the most influential figures in United States history–he fought in the Revolutionary War, helped develop the Constitution, and as the first Secretary of the Treasury established landmark economic policy that we still use today. Cut down […]

Simple & Sweet Review Of T..

by Ari Augustine Posted November 12, 2017 in Home, Review Archives, Tea Reviews / 2 Comments
Simple & Sweet Review Of Tea Sparrow

Tea Sparrow delivered samples of all natural loose leaf teas directly to my doorstep in the quaintest package I have ever seen. In a simple cardboard box stamped with their logo, Tea Sparrow sent me four mixes to try: Pistachio Date Night, Enchanted Forest, Roasted Almond, and Organic Sweet Cinnamon.   Subscribe to Blog via […]

OCTOBER FEVER: Ravenous Has A ..

by Ari Augustine Posted October 12, 2017 in Home, Review Archives / 0 Comments
OCTOBER FEVER: Ravenous Has A Fantastic Month Planned

This year, my excitement is through the roof because I’m not just celebrating the season. Autumn is not just about tree leaves or hot cocoa. It’s about experience and I’ve packed October with all the bookish moments I’ve been craving to share with you. 
On that note, let’s ‘fall’ into it, shall we?