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…

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…

AN EVENING WITH ABUBAKAR ADAM IBRAHIM.

I spent last Sunday at Café de Vie’s Inaugural Bazaar where renowned Nigerian author and award winning journalist, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim held a book signing event for his latest collection of short stories, Dreams and Assorted Nightmares. I’ve been meaning to write about this but I never got around to it. It was an event…

Book #009: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (4.0/5).

To Kill a Mockingbird is a true American classic. It’s been referenced in several American sitcoms. It won the Pulitzer Prize in 1960 and it was adapted into a hit movie that garnered several awards. I just had to read it at some point. It wouldn’t be right of me to walk around here claiming…