Book Review: Nearly All the Men in Lagos are Mad by Damilare Kuku

This is one of my highly anticipated reads for this year. First, because of the title and secondly because it is by an author I haven't read any of her work and I always look forward to discovering new authors. 'Nearly All The Men In Lagos Are Mad' is a collection of 12 short stories … Continue reading Book Review: Nearly All the Men in Lagos are Mad by Damilare Kuku

Book Review: Memoirs of a Lazy Korfa by Tunmise Usikalu

This book has been on my TBR for quite a while now and I am glad I finally got around to reading it. Tunmise's memoir is a quick, interesting and mostly funny account of her experiences at the compulsory Nigerian Youth Service Corps which every university graduate under 30 years of age is expected to … Continue reading Book Review: Memoirs of a Lazy Korfa by Tunmise Usikalu

Book Review: Poems For The End Of The World by Katie Wismer

This was another refreshing collection to read. It was engaging and thought provoking to say the least. This is my first introduction to this poet and author but she has left a really wow impression in terms of how her poems are written, the theme and her style of expression with words. It covered themes … Continue reading Book Review: Poems For The End Of The World by Katie Wismer

Book Review: Coffee Days Whiskey Nights by Cyrus Parker

This is my first book by the author so I had no expectations. I am trying to discover poets that I like their work and trying to read through a diverse range of poets. This was a quick read with mostly short poems on each page. I really loved the style and form the author … Continue reading Book Review: Coffee Days Whiskey Nights by Cyrus Parker

When No One is Watching by Linathi Makanda: Book Review

"In your arms, I'm Fluid enough to take any shape and form" - Linathi Makanda in When No One is Watching As a poet, it is important for me to read as much poetry as I can however, I sometimes find it hard to connect to most I have tried to read in recent times. … Continue reading When No One is Watching by Linathi Makanda: Book Review

Book Review: Haven (A Twin Bliss Resort Series) by Timi Waters

This has been one of my highly anticipated reads for this year as I had read and reviewed the 'Red Lines Trilogy' by the author a while ago. I was eager to see what she would come up with this time and I am glad I was finally able to come around to reading this … Continue reading Book Review: Haven (A Twin Bliss Resort Series) by Timi Waters

Book Review: Help, I’m Drowning! Weathering The Storm of Life with Grace and Hope by Sally Clarkson

I am a huge fan of the author as I always listen to her podcasts and have read most of her books. I have been putting off reading this book which is her latest publication but I believe this was the right time to read it. In this book, Sally encourages us to hold fast … Continue reading Book Review: Help, I’m Drowning! Weathering The Storm of Life with Grace and Hope by Sally Clarkson

Book Review: Guardians The Awakening – The Return of the Queen by David Atta

Thank you Masobe Books for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is the author's debut novel and I had zero expectations going into this book. 'The Return of the Queen' is a retelling of the famous Queen Amina of Zazau story and a fantasyish follow-up of that story in … Continue reading Book Review: Guardians The Awakening – The Return of the Queen by David Atta

Book Review: Nobody Told Me – Poetry & Parenthood by Hollie Mcnish

This book has been on my TBR for quiet a while. After listening to the author's latest book 'Slug' a few months ago, I knew I had to listen to this book. I say listen, not read because I enjoy the audio book experience better than reading when it comes to this author's work as … Continue reading Book Review: Nobody Told Me – Poetry & Parenthood by Hollie Mcnish

Book Review: The Naïve Wife: Rachel’s Choice by Ufuomaee

This is my first book by the author so I went into reading it blind. However, I am interested in reading more Christian fiction stories written by Nigerian or African authors therefore I was hoping that this would be a good one. This book is the first in the 'Naive Wife' trilogy and the story … Continue reading Book Review: The Naïve Wife: Rachel’s Choice by Ufuomaee