Book Reviews

Book Review: No Place To Call Home

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Have you been considering adding JJ'Bola's No place to call home to your TBR List? Have you been waiting for a review on it? Yes, No, Maybe! Let's get into this review of no place to call home. “No matter how dark it gets through the night, the sun will rise’’-JJ Bola. I couldn’t agree more with ...

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Kid Lit Chats at Fireplace;Tot Tales

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Hey guys, I decided to switch things up here.So, instead of the usual Sunday evening post, I put up one today because I  had to disseminate some very important information; Before I announce my kalango*, I must admit that as I write this; I am high in spirit. What I am high on, is some other level ...

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Book review; Born A crime

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Hello Loves all over the world, Its been a long minute. How do you do? August is coming to an end and  next month we will resume the Conversations with my Femininity(previous post is here.) I have been away because of so much good literature.SIGH It is not easy being a sapiosexual.My life in one photo has been just like ...

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Book review: Dear Philomena

Sunday, August 13, 2017

TITLE: DEAR PHILOMENA AUTHOR: Mugabi Byenkya PAGES:216 PUBLISHER: Discovering Diversity Publishing   Before I share my two cents on this book, I really want to state that if you come across any person named Mugabi, stand warned that such persons are often wrapped in metaphors of wit and charm. As if that is not enough, the meaning of the name ...

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Book review; Flame and Song

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Title: Flame and Song Pages:189 Publisher:Sooo Many Stories I am particularly excited to have read my very first Ugandan published novel by Sooo Many Stories headed by extraordinaire Nyana Kakooma. “People talk about things that are bigger than life. There’s nothing bigger than life. Life is big and beautiful as it is. You just take selections from life and ...

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