Brain Food – Episode 63

Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of Brain Food! Today, I’m reviewing Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz.

For anyone interested in the article I cited from, here is the link for you to read it in its entirety.

Black Folks & Mental Illness – Why Do We Suffer In Silence?

Brain Food – Episode 61

Hello everyone, time for another episode of Brain Food!

This time around, I review Malinda Lo’s Adaptation, her first foray into the sci-fi genre.

Sadly, it’s not as good as I wish it could be, and in fact has some disturbing problems with it.

As  always, music provided by the amazing Teknoaxe, for free on his youtube channel and website, so please check them out and support such an awesome dude!

Brain Food – Episode 54

Hello everyone, and welcome to a new episode of Brain Food!

Today’s episode has me reviewing Margaret Stohl’s book, Black Widow – Forever Red.

However, as much as I wanted to like this book, I couldn’t. It was boring, slow, and was more or less, as the youtube reviewer Reeder Skeeter put it “Forever Red, guest starring Black Widow.”

Check out her review of the book, as it’s got some additional, interesting insights I glossed over, more or less because I was so bored with the whole thing.

Plus, she’s smarter than me. She got hers from a library whereas I spent actual money on my copy.

Brain Food – Episode 36

Hello everyone and welcome to Brain Food, where I talk about a young adult novel called Dia of the Dead, written by Brit Brinson, and it’s about a young, teenager, Afro-latina actress as she faces off against the forces of the undead in Hollywood!

This was a wonderful novel and if you think so after watching my review, please buy it off of Amazon, as the kindle edition is 5 dollars, which makes it a wonderful deal!