Long Reads For The Weekend.

Here’s a list of works I recommend that you read during your leisure time this weekend. Feel free to share the works that you enjoyed on your social media and with your people. Happy reading! x FICTION And The Dead Were Lonely by Kabelo S. Motsoeneng (published on Lolwe). Manifest by Pemi Aguda (published on…

NEW RELEASES + BOOKS WE ANTICIPATE (2021/22).

New releases. More yet to come. Here are some books I’m excited about. Here are some you just might be excited about too. DEAR SENTHURAN by AKWAEKE EMEZI. Akwaeke Emezi is set to make their non-fiction debut on the 29th of June, 2021. Dear Senthuran: A Black Spirit Memoir is a collection of letters to…

MY REVIEW: DO NOT SAY IT’S NOT YOUR COUNTRY BY NNAMDI OGUIKE.

This week I read Do Not Say It’s Not Your Country by Nnamdi Oguike. I had my reservations in the beginning. At first glance, this book didn’t seem like what I’d want to read. The cover seemed too political. The red beret. The mysterious silhouette. The title. It screamed political fiction. And the thing about…

2020: REGRETS, HIGHLIGHTS & TAKE-AWAYS.

FIRST HALF: JANUARY–JUNE. At the start of 2020, all I wanted to do was write and pass my MBBS exams. I was in a study group with five weirdos (haha) and I felt very inadequate to say the least. My life was falling apart. And everyone—especially my roommate—could tell that it was. Barely getting any…

How I Found My Writing Niche & Why You Need To Find Yours.

When I first started out this blog, it really was a hot mess. I was very skeptic when it came to the issue of finding a “niche”. I thought I could write about any and everything, because I genuinely wanted to. I just wanted to run wild with all my ideas. And I did. I…