The Foxy Bibliophile – June 2017

While this is a book about black Americans, the race of the characters in this story makes no difference. This story could have just of easily been told by any racial, cultural or religious subset of Americans. It is a story that supercedes the things that divide us. Love and loss. Mistakes and redemption. Friendship and betrayal. Propriety and immorality. Selfisness and selflessness. … More The Foxy Bibliophile – June 2017

The Foxy Bibliophile- March 2017

My fiction selections include one from a debut novelist and another from an established, award-winning writer. Both engaging reads left me with reading hangovers. You know–that state of post-reading wonderment where even days later, the characters and their stories, those told and those left untold, linger in the reader’s imagination? Interestingly┬áto this reader, both novels … More The Foxy Bibliophile- March 2017