A man ran by, panting hard. The end of his oversized red shirt flying in the wind, as the air from the cross ventilation and ceiling fan mingled in the room, it came close to being outdoor. He ran with a slightly open mouth and by all indications, was out of breath. Pouncing through the… Continue reading A Phone Call
There is a place that gives me hope. That makes me certain that’s where I belong. Isn’t it time to reconsider some things? To write?” This was my thought which I penned down after re-reading purple hibiscus. I felt I was in the inner caucus of literally conscious people. Those who read, recognize and respect… Continue reading Life and books!
Hiiii people! I’m back. I hope you’re well. I’m not very familiar with writing expository blog posts so I’ve been extra patient with the one I’m working on which hopefully should be up by next week. For now, it’s another book review. I got this book as a birthday present from my friend, Chizaram, who… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW–Nervous Conditions
I’m happy. Happy for no little reason. Perhaps I should say joyful then. It’s that joy that propels this post. It’s been a terrible hiatus from this blog,I agree. I’ve had to deal with lots of things. (check this post on life and blogging.)I also find it hard to write unless I’m in some certain… Continue reading Life update
The major themes in this book is captured in the blurb: “…this is a devastating story of the fragility of married love, the undoing of family,the wretchedness of grief, and the all consuming bond of motherhood” The story opens up in 2008 and we find a seemingly lonely woman,Yejide, and she directs her thoughts to… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW–STAY WITH ME
The title of the book is “Me Before You” and the author is Jojo Moyes. The publisher is the Penguin group. This is the first edition and it has 481 pages. It was published in 2012. I didn’t ponder on what the title could suggest before reading the book. In hindsight, I believe it implies… Continue reading Me before you–BOOK REVIEW
Hiii. Before I tender a formal apology for my absence, I’ll let you know that I think you’re more dignified than to recieve a quick apology. Not the commonly seen “I’m sorry I’ve been away, thanks for being faithful… Life happens…” sort of apology before the post begins in earnest. I believe you deserve a… Continue reading Shopping list v world order