All Christian fiction genres, all African-American except erotica, but have fallen in love with Nigerian and Black British lit.
2. Do I have a reading schedule?
I am an inspirational reviewer for Romantic Times Magazine, write literary criticism for Mosaic Literary Journal, is News/Books editor for Hope for Women Mag, have a syndicated book buzz column (under an alias), have been a Christys Judge for 3 years now, own Christian Fiction Blog and a children’s book blog, so I must have a reading schedule to stay sane. I use Google Calendar, a monthly planner, and a book reviewer's journal.
3. Must have subscriptions?
Poets & Writers, Romantic Times, Black Book Issues, Mosaic, Essence, QBR, Relief Journal, Salon, Shelf Awareness, BookList
4. Reading goals?
To find more AA children books.
5. Squeezing reading in to life?
6. What determines whether you'll take the time to read something someone gives you?
First line, very unique and provocative synopsis
Claudia Mair Burney's Wounded, Walter Mosley's Blonde Faith and Uwem Akpan's So You're One of Them. Visit the CFB A Store or our Books-A Million FaithPoints Affiliate link for discounts on these titles.)