This book was gifted to me by Jeremy Forsyth in return for an honest review. I have read fantasy before (mostly along the Harry Potter lines) and if you know me, then you know I have become quite a sucker for African fantasy (is that the official name?). This book, however, was a delve into… Read More Upon the Sands: 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!
This book was such an easy read. I think I am official a sucker for books with multiple POVs (am I considered a bookish person yet?). The writer, Elif, pushes what we know about death and makes it palettable to the mind. It wasn’t as heavy a read as I thought it would be. Ps.… Read More 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World : A Book Review
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!
Looking for African Children’s Literature but don’t know what to get? Look no further. Here’s my first children’s book review. … Read More Njinga of Ndongo and Matamba: A Book Review
Some blog posts ago I wrote about how we need to preserve language to preserve culture. You can find that post here. African languages are dying at scary rates. After writing that I am glad to say I have come across some resources that have made it easier for parents abroad like myself to teach… Read More Our languages are dying but… we are doing something about it!