An empathetic look at immigration, identity, and human resiliency, Laila Lalami’s debut is an essential contribution to the current cultural conversation.
Posts by Ritu (bohemianbibliophile) :
It takes a village to raise a child. And it probably took one to raise me too. I have been blessed to be born into a family of inspiring women. A tribute to the amazing ladies who have shaped the woman that I am.
Beauty and the Beast meets Gossip Girl. Featuring an Indian princess and a misanthropic British aristocrat, it has all the ingredients – a curse, a rose, and a bit of magic.
Black History Month Book Spotlight – Mighty Justice: My Life in Civil Rights by Dovey Johnson Roundtree
February is Black History Month. If you are looking for a relevant read, check out the critical and inspiring MIGHTY JUSTICE: My Life in Civil Rights by Dovey Johnson Roundtree.
Anti-aging secrets, logotherapy, and finding flow. Does not really provide the tools to find your Ikigai, but an interesting read nonetheless.