We’re continue our celebration of Black Chick Lit with the second part of our discussion of the Black girl classic, The Color Purple by Alice Walker. We read the book and watched Steven Spielburg’s 1986 film, made famous by Whoo
We’re celebrating six years of Black Chick Lit with a discussion of the Black girl classic, The Color Purple by Alice Walker. We read the book and watched Steven Spielburg’s 1986 film, made famous by Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glove
This winter, we got cozy with the podcast’s first cozy mystery. We read A Glimmer of Death by Valerie Wilson Wesley, the first in the Odessa Jones series. We loved the characters in this book — and there are a bunch of them.
We wanted to learn more about the female half of Ashley and JaQuavis, so for this year’s Urban Fic Month, we read Butterfly by Ashley Antoinette.
Did we know what was going on? Barely. This series is a spin-off of a spin-off that started with her t
In this episode, we’re joined by a special guest, Frank, to discuss another of our favorite genres: horror! Why does it share in common with romance? What defines a work of horror? And why are people trying so hard to “elevate” the genr
October is here, and we’re ready to get creepy.
This episode, we read These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall. It was full of creepy stalkers, ruthless serial killers, explosive family secrets and … one big dummy of a main character. Mickie
Hey, ya’ll! It’s time for a chat, and it’s the most crotchety we’ll ever sound. We talk about book Twitter, social media and what it means to be a hater in 2021.
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This episode, we’re joined by Derrik of the Rachet Book Club to discuss Loving My Wife and Her Sister, Too by Lady Lissa and Shelli Marie.
We meet Analise (the wife), Zakiya (the sister) and Gavin (the fuckboy) and dig into the messiness (or lack t
We’re getting spooky already at Black Chick Lit. This month, we read The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris and we had … thoughts. Listen in as we discuss what makes good Black horror, hair products you need to stay away from and iffy I