Book Review, Poetry

Book Review: Questions for Ada by Ijeoma Umebinyuo

Nobody warned you that the women whose feet you cut from running would give birth to daughters with wings.

Book Review, Memior, Non- Fiction

Book Review: A Child Called It by David PelzerĀ 

Child abuse has a domino effect that spreads to all who touch the family. It takes its greatest toll on the child and spreads into the immediate family to the spouse who is often torn between the child and their mate

Monthly Wrap- Up

May Wrap Up & June TBR

Happy new month bibliophiles! May was such a good month and unlike April, I managed to bury myself in paperbacks following the break from school work. Lord I really needed that break! I hope you also had a smooth month. Lately I've committed to doing wrap-up's after every month unlike when I started off, with… Continue reading May Wrap Up & June TBR

Book Review, Fiction

Book Review: London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

I want Martin to think of the man who raised him when he sees it. To question the real meaning of what a father is. Not someone who donated a sperm to your being, but someone who was there for you as you grew up, who loved and protected you.

Monthly Wrap- Up, TBR

April Wrap Up & May TBR

I bet you guys had an easy and smooth April. Mine was coupled with deadlines and exams which I still have two more to call it a semester. It was a busy one but luckily I took time off from everything and delved into some travel adventure with my bestie. This was a great experience… Continue reading April Wrap Up & May TBR