What am I reading next?

There hasn’t been a Top Ten Tuesday on Brown Books and Green Tea for a while! I figured I’d take the opportunity to let everyone know what’s coming up.

I’m reading for 24 hours on Saturday. Join me!

This weekend, I’m doing something pretty spectacular by bookish standards (the only standards that matter): taking part in a 24 hour reading challenge! Hosted by the great folks over at Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-thon, it encourages readers to hunker down for a day of binge reading with like-minded folks.

2016 Reading Challenges

I started this book blog in August 2015, and didn’t get a chance to partake in as many book challenges as I’d have liked. This time, I’m giving you some of the challenges that will be inspiring this year’s reading in the hope that they help you, too! I’m not all that intent on crossing off each theme on all of these lists– it’s more about inspiring me to thematically diversify my own reading. Keep an eye on this page, because I may be adding or modifying challenges throughout the year. For example, I’m considering adding a self-motivated “Reading Through…

November Reading Summary

It’s the end of another month, so its time for a retrospective. Check out below to see what new stuff is on my shelf, what I finished, and what was my best book of the month.  What new things did you get, and what did you finish this month? NEW BOOKS! aka November’s total book haul: Note: Sister Citizen, by Melissa Harris-Perry is my book club read for our December 17th meeting.

Reading Plan, Fall 2015

Hey there, beautiful people! I just wanted to pop in with a forecast of what I’ll be reading for the first few months of this blog. Hopefully, that will give some of you the chance to read along with me. Right now, I’m working my way through Americanah, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie—it’s a book I’ve started many times, but haven’t been able to finish. The “Black Millenials Read, Too!” Facebook reading group that I’m a part of is currently reading it, so it looks like now is the time to finally get past page 44. Simultaneously, I’m finishing Ta-Nehisi Coates’…