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Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham | Review by Esther Okunlola

"We are our choices." —Jean Paul Satre. In appreciating this book. I have deigned it necessary to find one word that would define my total grasp of the book — choices. This word and...

Give it to me: A Review of Kikelomo Kuponiyi’s Unfolding Grace

“Give it to Me.” From the moment I read these words from God to Bayo Elvis-John, I realized that...

4 Reasons You Should Start Writing a Reading Journal – How to Make One?

https://unsplash.com/photos/k2Kcwkandwg A reading journal is a personal collection of writings that helps you track, analyze and remember the texts...

Some Women Authors Who Used Male Pseudonyms

Female writers have written under pseudonyms since time immemorial for various reasons, some out of a desire for anonymity,...

A NEW DAWN

This could be the start Of something new It feels so right To be here with you (singing)  ...

MOMENT OF LIFT

I will quickly admit that I knew little of Melinda Gates until I read “The Moment of Lift: How...

What to Read Next? Here are 7 Tips for Choosing Your Next Book

When I buy a book, I want my money to be well-spent. But I have certainly made some mistakes...