Book Review — Vegetable Simple: A Cookbook by Eric Ripert

I received and eARC of this cookbook from Netgalley and Appetite by Random House. This review is voluntary. Genre: CookbookPublished by: Appetite by Random HousePublish date: April 20th 2021Number of pages: 256 pagesAuthor’s website: http://www.aveceric.com/eric-ripertSupport local! Buy the book on BookShop! From one of the world's most renowned chefs, 110 essential recipes that bring out the beauty …

Book Review — Lawbreaking Ladies: 50 Tales of Daring, Defiant, and Dangerous Women from History by Erika Owen

I received an Advanced Reader's Copy from NetGalley and Tiller Press. This review is voluntary. Rating: 4/5 Genre: History, Women's History, Non-Fiction, True Crime Discover 50 fascinating tales of female pirates, fraudsters, gamblers, bootleggers, serial killers, madams, and outlaws in this illustrated book of lawbreaking and legendary women throughout the ages Many of us are …

Book Review — The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love by Sonya Renee Taylor

Thank you NetGalley and Berrett-Koehler Publishers for an advanced reader copy of the second edition in exchange for an honest review. Rating: 4/5 Genre: Non-fiction, Self-help This pioneering bestseller has become a rallying cry for a movement of radical self-love--the second edition shows readers how to grow the movement from self to systems and includes …

Book Review — Goodbye, Again by Jonny Sun

Photo Credit: Rozette Rago *Thank you NetGalley and HarperAudio for this book in exchange for an honest review. Rating: 9/10 (5/5 on Goodreads) Genre: Essays, Non-fiction Blurb: Jonny Sun is a delight and this book is delightful. Through what I can only describe as musings, Sun describes the world in his careful and descriptive way-- filtering …

Book Review — Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot by Mikki Kendall

*Review may contain spoilers. Rating: 9/10 (5/5 on Goodreads) Genre: Non-fiction, collection of essays Blurb: Hood Feminism is a critique of modern feminism and how mainstream feminists aren't intersectional, particularly when it comes to race. Interspersed with reflections and stories of her upbringing, Kendall not only provides a searing admonishment of modern feminist movements, but also …

Book Review — Savage Appetites: Four True Stories of Women, Crime, and Obsession by Rachel Monroe

*Review may contain spoilers. Rating: 7.5/10 (4/5 on Goodreads) Genre: Non-fiction, True Crime Blurb: In Savage Appetites, Rachel Monroe uses four stories about women who become obsessed with some aspect of True Crime. These four women are meant to represent four archetypes in this genre: detective, victim, attorney, and killer. The introduction is promising and honestly, …