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Never Been Kissed, by Molly O'Keefe

Never Been Kissed (Boys of Bishop #2)
By: Molly O’Keefe
Published date: July 1, 2014

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 
Cheeseball rating: 2 out of 5. 410 more words

Romance Review

“Mixed race” children may have multiple identity crises.

Soon, though, new articulations of “mixing” metaphors may very well reverse the scale of values.

8 Questions for Sarah Dayan

Today I’m taking a little breather from talking about A Moment’s Worth and am, instead, providing the next interview of my interview series.  Two weeks prior to the release of my book, indie author… 1,361 more words


Stop kidding ourselves…children are not colour blind!

Yesterday I felt so sad when a friend who lives in the USA said her son was told that he has not been given a birthday party invitation because he is “dark skin”. 857 more words

Afro-Argentine Resurgence: The Whitest Country in South America Begins to Embrace its African Roots

“Having pride in melanin is revolutionary, rebellious. It takes strength and a special type of courage to refuse to compare yourself to what society deems as beautiful which is anti-black, against every drop of melanin on your skin. 1,442 more words

Historical Information & Tidbits

"Did Somebody Say Mulatto?" Watch the Full Dear White People Trailer Here!

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you know about Dear White People, a satire about the experiences of black students at predominantly-white institutions (or PWIs). 268 more words


Just Read: Everything I Never Told You

If anything, do read Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng. While narrative and perspective are often times jumbled between time, drifting precariously from the 1950s to the turbulent 70s, you can’t but help feel drawn to the conflicted nature of this debut novel. 94 more words

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