P’s To Be Read: A BoozieBookathon Extravaganzaaaa

*KLAXONS BLARE, DISRUPTING THE SWAMPY VIRGINIA MURK. THE LAST SUMMER SWALLOWS CHITTER AND FLEE. I TRAIPSE INTO FOCUS, GRINNING MISCHIEVOUSLY* ISSA (BOOZIE) BOOKATHON BRO PREPARE YA RETINAS (And also I guess ya brains and fine motor control to turn the pages and, idk, read or whatever you get it) If you somehow missed it, we're … Continue reading P’s To Be Read: A BoozieBookathon Extravaganzaaaa

The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms: Inheritance Trilogy #1, by N.K. Jemisin

As I laze here, 4 double margaritas in, I’m forced to wonder a few things: Will grocery-delivery culture be the springboard that plummets American culture fully into its sedentary nadir? How precisely is it that I have had a crush on River Song for so long, and after not watching Doctor Who for like a … Continue reading The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms: Inheritance Trilogy #1, by N.K. Jemisin

DRUNK REVIEW: Reading Blue Devils by Jon Bennett

Reading Blue Devils by Jon Bennett So ya boy dieter is a teacher and uhhhh he doesn't suck? He's lazy and manipulat(able)ive. Reading Blue Devils is about this mans and a mascot. There’s a number of ways I’m both the right wrong person to read Reading Blue Devils. I’m a former  teacher. I’m Pretty “woke”. … Continue reading DRUNK REVIEW: Reading Blue Devils by Jon Bennett

DRUNK REVIEW: Broken Earth Trilogy or, Black Women Save the Day by N K Jemisin

The Fifth Season, book 1 of of Broken Earth,  is written with a verve that rocked me the first time i read it. I had to revisit it, line by line, to acknowledge prose written so gorgeously that I lacked the werewithal to notice they were plot points. That beauty continues through the second two novels. NK … Continue reading DRUNK REVIEW: Broken Earth Trilogy or, Black Women Save the Day by N K Jemisin

Drunk Review: Lord of the Radch Trilogy by Ann Leckie

Ancillary Justice, and its sequels, Ancillary Sword and Ancillary Mercy, gave me so many things I love individually and didn't know I needed at once. Ill political intrigue , advanced physics in a universe whose rules I learned and believed in, lots of sex, and character development so good I reflected for days on how … Continue reading Drunk Review: Lord of the Radch Trilogy by Ann Leckie