Dear Haiti, Love Alaine: A Novel Full of History and Black Girl Magic

I fell in love with the cover of Dear Haiti, Love Alaine when I first saw it online last year. Thankfully, one of the authors, Maika Moulite, was kind enough to send me an ARC (advanced reader copy) when I met her at the Liberty City Reads Festival. I finished the book in just a […]

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Fighting for the Most Vulnerable: A Conversation with Dr. Ely Thelot

For anyone new to my blog, I started years ago primarily blogging about adoption stories. One of my passions is the support network that I created for Haitian adoptees. The other is furthering the discussion on how to support families who may not want adoption as a first option. Along with the conversation of adoption, […]

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Three Memoirs to Add to Your Summer Reading

Over the summer, I usually like to keep my reading light, but lately I’ve been turning to memoirs. Two of the following memoirs have been on my “to-read” list for a long time, and the other one is a pretty new release. Each one deserves to be added to your summer reading list for different […]

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