BGN Book Review: ‘How to Sit’ by Tyrese Coleman

Have you ever read your best friend’s diary? And, not just a current passage that she shows you from when she was 16 and crushing on a boy in the back of the class. Nah, all of her diaries. Just the ones from when she was a little girl through those awkward teens, the skanky...

Kennesha Buycks’ Restoration House Uses Faith As A Tool For Interior Design

“By wisdom, a house is built, and through understanding, it is established; through knowledge, its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.”-Proverbs 24: 3-4 Kennesha Buycks’ Restoration House is a gentle invitation for homeowners and homemakers to invite the power of God’s restoration into their homes. Restoration House is a faith-based book that not...

BGN Book Review: Kym Whitley’s ‘The Delusion of Cinderella’

When I noticed the cover art for actress, comedienne, and, now author, Kym Whitley’s debut novel, The Delusion of Cinderella, I knew right away that this was not a rendition for children. “This is not for the faint of heart! You cannot, I repeat, cannot read this Cinderella story to your babies,” Whitley said to...

BGN Book Review: The Feminist Thrill of ‘My Sister, the Serial Killer’

by Nina N. Yeboah @gotmyniinaa First, it’s the bodacious cover: neon green lettering splattered on a crisp image of a dark-skinned woman in reflector shades. You don’t even have to notice the poised knife in her view to want to read this. But if you do need a bit more, there’s this synopsis to whet any...