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**Awesome Update** The popular blog Racialicious: The Intersection of Race and Pop Culture, linked to my review of Alice in Wonderland. I’m supremely honored.

I was lucky enough to get the chance to review Tim Burton’s new movie, Alice in Wonderland, for one of my favorite sites, Heroine Content. It was a good movie, but with some flaws, and I’ll hope you’ll head over to HC to read my review and leave some comments.

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My guest review of Monkey Beach by Eden Robinson is up at Color Online. This book really blew me away. Monkey Beach follows Lisa, a young girl from the Haisla Native American Tribe living in Canada, with beautiful touches of magical realism and deep insights into what it means to grow up and be a family. I hope you’ll head over to read and leave some great comments.

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I’ve done a guest post for Professor Beej’s Anti-Twilight Week over on his blog, Professor Beej – Blurring the Line Between Pop Culture and Academics. It’s about some of the main problems I have with the Twilight series, and why I don’t think it’s appropriate reading for anybody of any age, but especially not adolescents already dealing with so much confusion in their lives. Head over to the post to read the full article.

Don’t Touch That Book! or Why Twilight is Not for Girls

You can also check out my original review for the first Twilight Book. I was less than impressed.

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coloronlineMy guest review of Dawn by Octavia E. Butler is up at Color Online today. This book was amazing, along with the two that follow it in the trilogy. I hope you’ll head over to read and leave some great comments. This is a seriously thought-provoking book, and one of my favorites by Butler.

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Please head over to Color Online for my review of Mama Day by Gloria Naylor. coloronlineIt was a truly captivating book that incorporated magic in a simple yet fascinating way. Check out the review, and then check out the book.

The review is now up!

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coloronlineMy bi-monthly review is up at Color Online today. I read and reviewed Brown Girl in the Ring by Nalo Hopkinson. I hope you’ll head over there, read, and comment.

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coloronlineI’m guest posting over at Color Online today with a review of The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, a retelling of the Indian legend, the Mahabharat. This is the first of two reviews that will be at Color Online monthly. I hope you’ll head over there, read it, and leave a comment. My first review for them last month seemed to go over very well, so I hope you’ll keep up the traffic and make me look good.

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