Happy World Book Day!I thought it fitting to do a review today. It’s been a while since I last posted a children’s book review so here is one.A Dancer’s Tale follows the story of Phyllis Spira, a South African prima ballerina.(I didn’t know who she was, this book was my first time coming across her… Read More A Dancer’s Tale: A Book Review
Happy World Read Aloud Day! Exciting times are upon us as we introduce The Author’s Literary Essentials (ALE), a publication designed to address building a digital footprint for the literary mind. It is a literary journey of discovery, our very own space to network, promote and appreciate literary work. It is dedicated to all the… Read More There’s A New Literary Magazine On The Block!
Well it has always been, lol! Despite my resolution to read 50 books this year after I fell in love with reading again last year (thanks to Anci), life happened and I couldn’t! For the most part of the year I didn’t read until now. Life has calmed a bit and allowed me to read… Read More Reading Is Back In Style!
I read somewhere that the propensity to learn or to implement a learning acquisition can be passed down to children genetically. I do not know how far true this is but I found myself wondering if it is why my Nunu loves books so much. I started reading to her a couple of months after… Read More Reading Time Is Bonding Time In My Home
For the longest time, we have been labeled as a people that is never interested in the seeking of knowledge which comes in books (even though ironically, one of the first civilisations was founded here in Africa–Egpyt and writing started from here). *The Sumerians and the Egyptians around 3500-3200 BC. Should we then be made… Read More I am African but… I love reading!