Find out why you should read Cazadora, the conclusion to a duology by Romina Garber.
Find out what intrigued Porshea about ‘Certain Dark Things’ by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
Find out why you should add So Many Beginning to your TBR List!
Porshea reviews A Soft Place to Land, a middle grade novel about a Black girl adjusting to a new life transition.
Porshea reviews Jessica Lewis’ ‘Bad Witch Burning’.
Find out why Porshèa didn’t want to put down ‘Redemptor’ in this review of the final installment of the Raybearer duology.
Find out why you should pick this historical fiction that explores an untold story during World World II in the latest review from Porshèa!
Porshea discusses newly released books ‘Ace of Spades’ and ‘The Other Black Girl’ and compares how these thrillers seek to approach and address white supremacy.
Porshèa reviews Veronica Henry’s Dust Bowl-era carnival novel Bacchanal.
Porshea reviews ‘Son of the Storm’ as a part of Caffeine Book Tours.
Porshea reviews Sarah Dass’ debut novel ‘Where the Rhythm Takes You.’
#OwnVoices authors have long advocated for BIPOC taking on the tropes that the book community has explored again and again with majority white characters. One trope that I’m finding enjoyable in recent reads is awful protagonists – from A Song of Wraith and Ruin’s Karina, to The Black Kids’ Ashley, and Excuse Me While I […]