Kelli gives us so many lessons in between these covers. She teaches us empathy, honesty, and love.
Robbie, a freelance writer and a bachelor with a quiet dating life has done everything to keep his heart guarded from a second broken heart. From staying away from a relationship, to closing doors before they open. He wasn’t open to love until he met up with an old friend who went through a few…
This season talked about envy, greed, paid homage to Puerto Rico, showed you how gentrification of “urban” neighborhoods never reveals the whole truth. It shows how some “allies” just don’t get it, how not all black people are ready for the truth, and will step on your toes just to stop your growth. This season was in your face and raw. It was needed, it was deep, it was a Spike Lee joint!
Can CJ change the world? Can CJ change her reality? And really what would happen if she did? This movies leaves a pain in my heart and the hairs on my arms at attention.
Ann, Not Annie, is tired of her normal existence and has vowed to turn things around by dating the hottest guy in school, Jacob Waters. Easier said than done since Jacob isn’t even aware of she exists. But when a chance encounter in an empty hallway changes everything, Ann finds all her dreams coming true…
Mystery surrounds the town of Summertime, Indiana, where fifteen-year old Tommy Walker and his little sister are sent to live with relatives they’ve never met. Tommy soon makes friends with Finn Wilds, a rebellious local who lives with his volatile and abusive stepfather, who also happens to be the town sheriff. Finn invites Tommy to…
This book was a romance I never knew I needed. It makes me look at love in a new way. Love is patient, love is dependable and love is forever.
The opposite of hate is love. We need to fight the hatred in the world with the love we want to see.
Not Cinderella’s Type – an upgraded-let me report my friends being abused- version. This has an amazing message and shows kids what they should really do when a friend is in danger at home.
Stereotypes much? Its like an 80s film with the old school cliches.