The education of a British-protected child is a collection of 16 essays written by the brilliant late Chinua Achebe and published in 2009. I haven’t
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5 books I read in October
Hey book lovers, How’s it going? I hope you are not putting pressure on yourself to meet any reading target this year because life is
Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book as evidenced by the numerous excerpts I posted on my story.
The First Woman – Review.
Happy Pub day! The First Woman by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi. It is also published in the US with the title A girl is a body
Bookish catch up
Hey friends! Long time no bookish post! I’m sorry I went MIA. I’m still very much reading. I just got really tired of being online.
The joys of motherhood – Buchi Emecheta
I didn’t know what I was getting into when I started this book. I posted a photo on Instagram and my comments were filled with
Saving Ruby King | Book Review
Hey friends! How are you doing? Another book review here! (I’m on a roll – I think). So I randomly came across Saving Ruby King
8 books I read in June
Hey guys! We went MIA for a bit. Honestly, we don’t have any excuse and I think that’s okay. Life is a lot lately. We
Book Review | A lesson before Dying
A lesson before dying is a powerful and moving book. It was partly based on a true life story of Willie Francis, a young black
10 books about mental disorders.
It’s May which means it’s mental health awareness month. Yass! I get very excited about these things. What better way to create awareness if not with books. In this post, i’ll be listing 10 books about Mental disorders.