“Square One” is The Definitive Michael Jackson Accuser Documentary

That's a big statement, I know. But...it's true. Regardless if you believe Michael Jackson is innocent, guilty, have no opinion, or are all of the above, this is the documentary to see. For the superfans among us that are reading this: I'll spare you the hassle--there aren't any bombshells, spoilers, or anything that we don't already know. … Continue reading “Square One” is The Definitive Michael Jackson Accuser Documentary

Book Review – Burying the Honeysuckle Girls

Burying the Honeysuckle Girls by Emily Carpenter My rating: 4 of 5 stars My first taste of (modern) Southern Gothic literature definitely did not disappoint. There's just enough magic for the escapism, adventure and sleuthing for the brain workouts, and the ice-cold reality of what power and a deep tradition of toxic masculinity and bigotry … Continue reading Book Review – Burying the Honeysuckle Girls

Book Review: Monsoon Mansion, by Cinelle Barnes

Monsoon Mansion: A Memoir by Cinelle Barnes My rating: 5 of 5 stars Wow. Breathtaking, and sometimes heartbreaking, but never hopeless. So many other reviews capture it perfectly. This is an exquisite example of showing, not telling, of seeing life through the eyes of a child--the reminder that they are much wiser than we give … Continue reading Book Review: Monsoon Mansion, by Cinelle Barnes