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14 Chimamanda Quotes About Feminism, Race, Love & Everything In Between.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is one of Africa's most talented writers. Her prose flows, her words stay with you, long after you've read them and her characters are firm solid people with plethora of emotions. Here is a compilation of 12 quotes about race, love, feminism and all other things in between. 1.  This one about… Continue reading 14 Chimamanda Quotes About Feminism, Race, Love & Everything In Between.

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The 9-Questions Book Tag.

Hi guys! How are y'all doing? My friend, Omobola over at Book Lyf tagged me to answer some book related questions and that's what today's post is about. Shall we? 1Q. A book you started but never finished but want to finish. Ans: Ha. This is an easy one. It definitely has to be Eleanor… Continue reading The 9-Questions Book Tag.

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Top 10 Books On My TBR List.

Hi there! Today, I'll be writing about the top ten books I know I need to read before August bids us goodbye. (TBR means To Be Read, just so you know.) The last time I checked my Goodreads account, I had over a thousand books added to my TBR shelf, but these ten are the… Continue reading Top 10 Books On My TBR List.

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15 Bookish Facts About Me.

Today,  I'm sharing 15 facts about me that pertain to books. I hope we have some in common. 1. I don't like books in a series. For a reason that seems to elude me right now, I will choose standalones over a series any day. 2. I'm a mood reader. Organised TBRs don't just do… Continue reading 15 Bookish Facts About Me.

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This or That Book Tag.

I found this tag on the internet and decided to do it. I hope you like. Rules. 1. Thank and link the person who tagged you. 2. Answer the questions asked. 3. Tag other 10 bloggers to do same . Well, since I tagged myself, (Thanks Dhebbie ☺) READING ON THE COUCH OR THE BED?… Continue reading This or That Book Tag.

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The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider.

Goodreads. Golden boy Ezra Faulkner believes everyone has a tragedy waiting for them —a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen. His particular tragedy waited until he was primed to lose it all: in one spectacular night, a reckless driver shatters Ezra’s knee, his athletic career, and his social life. No longer… Continue reading The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider.