Book Review: Black Moses by Alain Mabanckou

“singing in the old-fashioned language of this good-hearted man, who sold us Hope at the lowest possible price,”

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Book Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

There's more at stake here than just slavery, my brother. It's a question of who will own the land, the people, the power. You cannot stick a knife in a goat and then say, Now I will remove my knife slowly, so let things be easy and clean, let there be no mess. There will… Continue reading Book Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Book Review: Women’s Liberation and the African Freedom Struggle by Thomas Sankara

Too busy to give the necessary attention to her children, too exhausted to think of herself, the woman continues to slave away- wheel of fortune, wheel of friction, drive wheel, spare wheel, Ferris wheel. Broken on the wheel and bullied, women, our sisters and wives, pay for having created life.

2017 Recap: Top Ten Books

Happy New Year!!! Seems like yesterday everyone was wishing their loved ones a happy 2017 and one hour later, 2018 is upon us! Well whatever 2017 presented you with, here's to an amazing, hope-filled year. A year full of endless opportunities entwined with prosperity and success Taking a look back at what 2017 was like… Continue reading 2017 Recap: Top Ten Books

2017 Recap: Literary Events, Autographs and Author(s) Meet-Ups

2017 is truly the year that I came on hard in keeping myself grounded with my goals. I'm so proud of myself! Super super proud!

Book Review: Season of Crimson Blossoms by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

'..., life is like a dress. Some are made fortunate, others not so. So when it gets torn or stained, all you can do is wash it, mend it or cut it up and make something new out of it.'