Book Review || The Love Songs of W.E.B Du Bois

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was a great scholar, sociologist, civil rights activist, author and the first African American to earn a doctorate. Contrary to what the name suggests, this book is not about him. It's about the centuries-old history of America and its people - the natives, the colonizers and the slaves who were … Continue reading Book Review || The Love Songs of W.E.B Du Bois

Book Review || The Color of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn

Hey everyone! I'm back with another book review!! And this time it's an ownvoices book by Daniel Newwyn. Violet Pham can see sounds. In her world, which she keeps well hidden from her abusive mother, any sound from the chirping of birds to scratching of pens can have colors. Her love interest Turner Nguyen is … Continue reading Book Review || The Color of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn

Review || Bloody Spade by Brittany M. Willows

Seven years have passed since the Reemergence of magic in the mundane world. After the initial shock, deaths and trauma, Amethis is settling down a bit in this new reality. Then sometime during the 7th anniversary of that fateful incident, alarm bells started ringing in Iori Ryone's ears, quite literally. Our journey with the Keeper … Continue reading Review || Bloody Spade by Brittany M. Willows

11 popular science books you’d hate to miss

Hey everyone! I've prepared a list of the popular science books I loved reading, including topics like basic cosmology, hardcore physics, pop culture technology, biogenetics, A.I., evolution and many more. Hope you like it! 1. π—£π—΅π˜†π˜€π—Άπ—°π˜€ 𝗼𝗳 π˜π—΅π—² π—œπ—Ίπ—½π—Όπ˜€π˜€π—Άπ—―π—Ήπ—² What if someone tells you that phasers, teleportation, force fields, invisibility cloaks, telepathy, lightsabers, cyborgs - … Continue reading 11 popular science books you’d hate to miss