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Maiah Johnson is a writer who pens the love & lifestyle blog, maiah,unedited. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Language from Connecticut College before leaving her hometown of Weston, MA for New York City. When she’s not running around NYC (in flats, not heels), she is hard at work on her first novel. She loves love, food, shopping, beautiful words, and Instagram.

Book Review: ‘Who Asked You?’ by Terry McMillan

Who Asked You? Terry McMillan, Book Review, Author, African American Literature

The author of 'Waiting to Exhale' has another relatable read. Read More »

Book Review: Ivyland by Miles Klee

A darkly humorous novel for the adventurous. Read More »

Book Review: The Darlings by Christina Alger

The cover of The Darlings blew me away and communicated everything I imagined about the text: opulence, New York wealth, and tragedy. Read More »

Book Review: I Dare To Say: African Women Share Their Stories of Hope and Survival, Edited by Hilda Twongyeirwe

I Dare To Say is one of those books that comes along to reach out and grab at your soul. Read More »

Book Review: Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon

My eye caught the brilliant cover of this Oprah-approved novel of love, loss, faith, and growth. Read More »

Book Review: Ten Beach Road by Wendy Wax

A perfect summer beach read that carries richly into autumn. Read More »

Demetria Lucas

Demetria Lucas is the author of the 2011 release, A Belle in Brooklyn, The Go-to Girl for Advice on Living Your Best Single Life. She got her start on the blog of the same title and has become widely known as “Belle.” On her blog, Lucas shares her thoughts on dating, relationships, and popular stories in today’s news. A New ... Read More »

Book Review: A Belle in Brooklyn: The Go-to Girl for Advice on Living Your Best Single Life by Demetria Lucas

Thoughts on a guide from "The Go-to-Girl for Advice on Living Your Best Single Life" Read More »

Book Review: Joy for Beginners by Erica Bauermeister

"Once again, I found myself marking up the margins with notes, highlighting and dog-earring my favorite passages." Read More »