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  • May-July 2019: Why Caribbean Women?

    As part of the #ReadCaribbean challenge I wanted to take the next months to highlight books written by women of colour who are from Caribbean heritage. For the next three months at BookOfCinz Book Club we will be reading debut novels by women of Jamaican heritage. They include: May: Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams June: Here […]

  • Behind the Caribbean Bookstagrammer

    June is recognized as Caribbean Heritage Month to celebrate I teamed up with some Caribbean Bookstagrammers to launch the #ReadCaribbean Challenge. The main goal of this challenge is to create awareness and educate persons on Caribbean Literature and Authors from the Caribbean or Caribbean Heritage. Here is your chance to meet and follow some Caribbean […]

  • #ReadCaribbean Challenge

    June is recognized as Caribbean Heritage Month to celebrate I teamed up with some Caribbean Bookstagrammers to launch the #ReadCaribbean Challenge. The main goal of this challenge is to create awareness and educate persons on Caribbean Literature and Authors from the Caribbean or Caribbean Heritage.  I started BookOfCinz with the mission of encouraging people to: […]

  • Costa Rica

    In April I visited Costa Rica for 7 days during the Easter Season. Costa Rica lives up to all the hype and even though we did a road trip across the country to soak up as much of the Pura Vida life as possible, we were still left wanting. My friend and I traveled from […]

  • Lima, Peru

    Lima is a city bustling with energy, culture and an intoxicating vibe. My friends and I were only there from January 2nd to January 5th but we managed to do and see a good bit of the city. We stayed in Mira Flores in an Airbnb that is close to nightlife and restaurants. During our […]

  • Cusco, Peru

    I’ve had Peru on my list since I decided I wanted to be more intentional with my travel plans. My goal was to start 2019 at the top of Machu Picchu, so I did just that. I tell everyone I meet that Peru is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to. […]

  • San Blas, Panama

    San Blas Island In researching Panama and things to do in Panama, I came across San Blas Islands and I knew I had to visit there; I am happy I did. San Blas Islands is a collection of small islands that is owned and fully operated by the Indigenous Guna People. We booked a two-day […]

  • Panama City, Panama

    Panama In 2018, me and three of my friends decided to have Panamanian Christmas. We arrived in Panama on Thursday December 20th and departed on Thursday December 27th. For seven days we explored as much of Panama as we could, from eating breakfast in Casco Viejo to having lunch overlooking the Panama Canal, to sightseeing […]

  • April 2019: Wrap-Up

    April was an underwhelming reading month for me, majority of the books I read felt very “meh” and it was not for lack of doing my research before reading them. Overall, I read 15 books with a few standouts and a lot of underwhelming reads. My only five stars read was The Purpose Driven Life: […]

  • March 2019: Wrap Up

    March was a great reading month for me not because I read 12 books but because I read widely. I think I covered almost every genre this month and most importantly I learned so much from most of the books I read. What was also great is that most of the books I read were […]

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