Book Reviews 📖, Mental Health

BOOK REVIEW; I’m Telling The Truth But I’m Lying, Essays by Bassey Ikpi

DEPRESISON AND ANXIETY 3/4 ‘It’s not always a storm. Sometimes it is a mist that descends from the sky, coating my body with faint wisps of despair. Or its like walking out of my house and into a spiderweb that winds itself around my head, so that I spend the rest of the day swatting… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW; I’m Telling The Truth But I’m Lying, Essays by Bassey Ikpi

Blog collaborations

Of being comfortable in your skin: Guest Post by Agasha Denise

Hiya! I hope the second half of the year is faring well for you. Super-duper hopeful to see what 2021 still has in store for us as the remaining months unfold. This collaboration with Danny has honestly been cooking on these streets since the wake of the pandemic and I’m so glad that we’ve finally… Continue reading Of being comfortable in your skin: Guest Post by Agasha Denise

Book Reviews 📖, Uncategorized

Notes on Grief, Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie: A review

Grief is a cruel kind of education. You learn how ungentle mourning can be, how full of anger. You learn how glib condolences can feel. You learn how much grief is about a language, the failure of a language and the grasping for language - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The closest I’ve come to death of… Continue reading Notes on Grief, Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie: A review

Afrobloggers: Winter Blogging Challenge 2021

Artificial Intelligence (The Minimalist edition)

Hiya!                   Gosh seems like decades since a scribbled a few things on here. Glad to be back. I was extra sad when Winter ABC had to happen in the month I had exams this year, but this week’s theme was super exhilarating. Business and Tech. I am definitely leaning towards the Tech for this… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence (The Minimalist edition)

Poetry

POETRY REVIEW; No speaking Vernacular, Kagayi Ngobi; Don’t love me in English, Bridget Ankunda

Hiya! Wasn’t sure whether to title this book review or poetry review but its all semantics. *smiles* I’m super dupa excited that we were able to host a total of three guests reviewing their favorite Afrolit through out the black history month but as Uncle B said, black history ought to be celebrated every day.… Continue reading POETRY REVIEW; No speaking Vernacular, Kagayi Ngobi; Don’t love me in English, Bridget Ankunda