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text 2018-03-01 15:20
February - Black History Month Reads #readsoullit
His Secret Son (The Westmoreland Legacy) - Brenda Jackson
Thuggz Valentine (Wahida Clark & David Weaver Presents) - Wahida Clark
Rumors - A.C. Arthur
Revealed (The Rumors Series, Book 2) - A.C. Arthur
Taming Her Billionaire (Knights of Los Angeles) - Yahrah St. John
Games Women Play - Zaire Crown
Her Secret Life - Tiffany L. Warren
Down by Law (Throwback Diaries) - Ni-Ni Simone
Way Too Much Drama (Kimani Tru) - Earl Sewell
Real As It Gets (Rumor Central) - ReShonda Tate Billingsley

I had a wonderful reading month in February. I read 11 books! I haven't read eleven books in one month in ages. I decided to participate with fellow bookstagrammers and read only black books this month. Here are my ratings;



4 stars


His Secret Son by Brenda Jackson


Thuggz Valentine by Wahida Clark


Revealed by A.C. Arthur


Games Women Play by Zaire Crown


Her Secret Life by Tiffany L. Warren


Way Too Much Drama by Earl Sewell


Real As It Gets by ReShonda Tate Billingsley



3 Stars


Rumors by A.C. Arthur


Taming Her Billionaire by Yahrah St. John


Down by Law by Ni-Ni Simone



All these books I requested from the publishers at Netgalley.com in exchange for review.



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review 2015-02-25 00:00
Read my SONG Read my HEART Read my SOUL
Read my SONG Read my HEART Read my SOUL - Awen Finn I received a free copy of this book as a prize from Firstreads. These are just my honest thoughts on it. Read my Song Read my Heart Read my Soul is a book by Awen Finn where she intuits the personalities and character of a person by listening to their favourite song. The book's intention is to generally be uplifting and the song reads reflect this by trying to point out the good aspects of a person's nature.

The blurb of the book states, "Awen’s astonishing insights will help you uncover your true self so that you can live the joyous and fulfilling life you desire." I didn't particularly find this to be true in relation to myself. It has a wide range of songs which are from mostly popular artists/ groups, whether the songs be new or old. But I must admit that despite wide range of music chosen by the clients, I didn't actually find any song I really liked in the book. Sure, I've listened to many of these songs, or even other songs by the same artists. However, I don't feel connected to any of these tunes in particular. I didn't find a song or description that I feel reflects myself.

Overall, the book was alright. I skimmed through a lot of it because I didn't find it to be particularly relevant to me and my own personality. I imagine that a lot of people might find something relatable in some of these chapters. However, I don't imagine that every single person will. I feel like the blurb was a partial lie because, despite the many songs chosen, there was really nothing that helped me uncover my true self. Determining what the rate this is a struggle; though it's a nice and (meant to be an) uplifting book, there's nothing I felt I enjoyed. Maybe it will help other readers more...
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