Pelumi’s call woke me up this morning. He’s in transition to one of the biggest changes in his our lives. I’m hopeful and praying that
Category: Books + Reading
Here, you will find all things related to literary pieces, from book reviews and recommendations to must-read articles from all around the world.
Book Recommendation | Born On A Tuesday
Book covers usually have me thinking about how the story within the book goes. With Born on A Tuesday, by Elnathan John, the running man
Book Review|| Why You Should Read My Sister, The Serial Killer
My Sister, The Serial Killer was one of those books that made the Bookstagram rounds in 2019. It was that book EVERYONE wanted to read-
10 Songs That Will Elevate Your Hope In God
Do you ever feel so lost, overwhelmed or abandoned by God and can’t seem to find words?
Here is a list of songs you should listen to to give you hope and peace through the times.
BOOK REVIEW || AND AFTER MANY DAYS BY JOHWOR ILE
Coming across And After Many Days by Johwor Ile was a seemingly eerie occurrence every time I entered a bookstore. It always seemed to call
Sexism, Collaboration + Can A Woman Really 'Have It All? '|| Why You Should Read The Pressure Cooker by Nkiru Olumide-Ojo
I purchased The Pressure Cooker at a time I thought it would be a good idea to splurge on books, and the hype Roving Heights
Book Review || 4 Things All Nigerians Need To Admit Today From How Intelligence Kills by Okechukwu Ofili
How Intelligence Kills is a brilliant exposition into the Nigerian dynamic. It brings to realization several thought-worthy issues and is a 5-star read.
Here’s an in-depth review for you!
SET ASIDE FEMINISM || TWO CRUCIAL LIFE LESSONS FROM CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE
A recent video posted by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (CNA) shows off her dance skills. You never thought you’d see the day, right? It was five seconds
Book Or Movie? || A Comparative Review Of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.
After last year’s intense reading, The Hate U Give felt like the best bet to start off 2019.The movie adaptation was definitely the most emotion-
My Top 10 Paperback Reads In 2018
It is 10pm on December 31st, 2018 and I arrive at church for the ‘Crossover into 2019’ service but I am stuck outside. I cannot