The Boy on the Bridge by M. R. Carey

A million years ago (ok, ok, earlier this year) I read The Girl with All the Gifts by M. R. Carey. The Boy on the Bridge is its prequel. Carey's new spin on the zombie apocalypse is precipitated by the cortyceps fungus, making an army of mindless undead who know only hunger--that's the premise established … Continue reading The Boy on the Bridge by M. R. Carey

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Diversity in Representation

In case you were looking for some totally badass female authors of color, here's the newest from HuffPo interviewing Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl. I'll add to the list two personal favorites, Octavia Butler and Ntozake Shange. Then HuffPo went and did it again with these 34 poets of color, kudos!!! This reminded me to tell you … Continue reading Diversity in Representation

Random Round Up w Jobe

I love seeing the progression of a thing's development, and this article and video are too awesome not to share. Thanks Epic Reads! Are you old enough to remember diagramming sentences? For a visual learner like me, this activity set my brain on fire in the best way. I can just imagine all those happy … Continue reading Random Round Up w Jobe

Best of 2016 from NPR

I adore looking at book covers, which is one of many reasons I prefer 50 Book Pledge to its mainstream counterpart Goodreads (but of course I have accounts with both). NPR put out a "best of" list of books from 2016, and it does not disappoint. You'll find a multitude of represented genres here, from romance … Continue reading Best of 2016 from NPR