I have the pleasure of being part of Candace Ganger’s book tour, so I chose to do a Q&A, since I’ve only ever done reviews of ARCs. It was a cool experience to hear from the author and to be able to ask a few questions that gave me a little more insight into the book itself.
Tag: diverse read
This is what good writing does: It challenges you to learn and to be better while also validating your experiences and your identity.
I’ve been hearing a lot about The Kiss Quotient, so I was really excited to finally read it.
I really enjoyed this novel. Having feminist literature accessible to and in the perspective of young people is SO important and crucial to us seeing a true change in society.
This may be the first novel I’ve ever read that I needed to take breaks from and write notes for. It’s such an enigma, but strategically so.
Dhonielle Clayton continues to weave a masterful web ensnaring my attention and my appreciation. The world of Orléans she has built has quickly become one that I long to return to.