3 Reads For August 2021

August is a cool time of year. Summer has reached its peak, and school can be either just ending or resuming for some. If you fall into either of the groups, one thing is the same: a new beginning is about to show itself, so we decided to give you 3 reads that are the…

4 Reads For July 2021

July is a fun time to be creative and step outside the box! Warm weather and sunshine is good for the mind and to indulge in play! For these 4 Reads for July, we’ve stepped outside the box and decided to write about four plays that make for a great outdoor read.   William Shakespeare-…

3 Reads for June 2021

It’s finally June! Summer time! Spring cleaning is complete and the sun is shining! But some stories aren’t as shiny as the sun, and some messes can’t be cleaned by the cleanliness of spring. This month, the 3 reads for June deals with topics such as mental illness, disease, death, and a murder filled cherry…

3 Reads for May 2021

This month’s reads we wanted to highlight Authors from countries such as Venezuela, Brazil, and Colombia! Each Author’s voice below is timeless, strong, and relatable. May their voices never be forgotten. Let’s get started… Teresa de la Parra – Ifigenia After being educated in France, Venezuelion writer Teresa de la Parra, returns to her home…

3 Reads for March 2021

Happy Women’s History Month! This month let’s celebrate female authors from new to old. Let’s get started… She Named Me Wolf  I’m starting with one of my favorite books… She Named Me Wolf is a magically written tale about a young boy named Wolf who lives in Australia with a drunk dad, disconnected brother, and…

3 Reads for February 2021

It’s February, typically it’s the month of Romance but I want to give you more than Love. This February I want to celebrate Black History Month by giving you multiple genres by different Black Authors. Let’s get started… 1. Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora Dark Matter is a collection…

Thank you + Decisions

It’s been over a year since I started my blog Typesetters… I’ve learned a lot, read a lot, and typed a lot. So far, I’ve enjoyed the journey massively. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to give it the attention it deserves, for my followers and for the authors. When I started this blog, the intention…

Book Spotlight: The Fetish Dictionary: Kinks A thru G

It’s a steamy Monday afternoon, the air conditioners are whirring while my cheeks are burning. It’s burning hot, outside. Another thing that’s steaming and hot is this most recent Book I read called The Fetish Dictionary: Kinks A thru G by Contel Bradford. Now, this is NSFW and not for the feint of heart. Let’s…

Book Spotlight: Hâjogana

Frankly, I haven’t read a science fiction novel in a while. Not that I don’t enjoy science fiction, it’s just that there is so much of it out there and it’s hard to just pick one. I get stuck picking because of the giant mountain you have to climb through. Occasionally one tree stands out…

Book Spotlight: House of Sleep

Hello Readers! In this Book Spotlight we will be discussing sensitive topics all while blowing your mind. House of Sleep quickly turned into a book I didn’t know I needed in my life because sometimes you just need to cry. Trigger warning, we will be experiencing a cult, suicide, abuse, and unresolved trauma. Lynn is…

Book Spotlight: The Crestalium

One of my favorite genres is fantasy. I find it refreshing, incredible, creative, you name it! I like imagining that there is magic in the world, even if it is just in books! I particularity love the variety of worlds all sorts of minds have created. This Book Spotlight features Charles Sterling’s book The Crestalium….

Book Spotlight: Cause for Concern

This bimonthly Book Spotlight is titled Cause for Concern by Neil S Reddy. Honestly, I don’t know where to start with this book. Wait… For one, it’s a compilation of short stories and it’s weird. It is twisty, dirty, naughty, and refreshing. I had the honor to taste the best of the best! At least…

Book Spotlight: Hearts and Spears

First and foremost, poetry is close to my heart. Poetry has always been easier for me to write than anything else and thanks to my adhd, it got me through many chaotic waves of depression, isolation, and loneliness. So when I heard from the author Somto Jefferson Uwazie that his book Hearts and Spears was…

YA Book Spotlight: Himagus

Let’s give accolades to the young authors out there! Their thoughts are warped mangled, fearless, and provocative. They’re not afraid to express themselves, to think. Filling the world with stories of gore, hope, and passion. Mixing and meshing their thoughts with reality. Kerat does that with her novel, Himagus. It took me about a day…

Book Spotlight: SLUTS and WHORES

Sunday was absolutely gorgeous and unfilled with consuming projects and errands. On a sunny and windy day, I had the pleasure of devouring Sluts and Whores by C E Hoffman. The title isn’t misleading at all – this book is about Sluts and Whores and it’s great. I do have multiple disclaimers; 1) Not for…

3 Reads for April 2021

It’s April again, this time last year I was getting used to quarantine and now I’m getting used to socializing at work again. For this month’s reads I wanted the 3 reads to be helpful to everyone. One to help you internally, externally, and financially. Let’s begin… 1. Inward For one to learn how to…

3 Reads for October 2020

October is officially here! September flew by so let’s take it one page at a time to make October last! This month we offer you magical portals, a mind bending thriller, and a dark ending. If you’d like a chiller read check out my September list here! Coraline by Neil Gaiman Coraline tells the tale…

Awakened by a Kiss by Lila DiPasqua gave me confidence

Ironically, this week I bring you a historical romance novel sprinkled with desire, silk, and poetry! Last week I did a book review about taking a spiritual journey! Read the book review for In Tune With the Infinite here! Lila DiPasqua’s book Awakened by a Kiss had three fervent stories that took place in France…

3 reads for September 2020

September feels like the “in-between” Month. Too many tend to ignore it and want to hurry it along. Let’s enjoy our September 2020 with some great reads. 1. Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Billy’s story begins in World War II as a chaplain’s assistant. Although he is apart of the War, he doesn’t enjoy the War…