Chidera Muoka

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Literary Lust List ~ Four Books To Read In November

I should be more consistent with my literary wish/lust list but I am not. I thought of making an excuse why I’m not and I realised I’d rather just push that aside and share why I should be consistent with my wish/lust list. The last literary lust list/ wish list I made in April (here), […]

Gems From Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist 

This novel was a gift from one of my favourite people on the planet and a long read after, I am utterly smitten by the complexity and simplicity of Roxane Gay’s essays in Bad Feminist. Swiftly moving from one of the most controversial schools of thoughts to the issues of race, representation to sexuality. I […]

Review ~ Like A Mule Bringing Ice Cream To The Sun By Sarah Ladipo Manyika

I bought Like A Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun as well as Elnathan John’s Born On A Tuesday. The former was bought because of great reviews but I haven’t read it yet. I bought Like A Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun because of the bright cover, and I don’t regret it. […]

19 Lessons I Learned From Reading “Who Moved My Cheese?” By Dr Spencer Johnson

I have read Who Moved My Cheese? about a couple of times. The first time was at the dead of night while I was bored. This happened about three years ago and it changed my life as I knew it. The key to reading success literature is to read it every now and then. Recently, […]

Review ~ An Abundance Of Scorpions By Hadiza Isma El-Rufai

The first time I heard about An Abundance of Scorpions was at the 2017 Ake Arts and Book Festival in Abeokuta. Hadzia shared during a panel session that it was Lola Shoneyin (who I adore) who suggested the title of the novel. Best believe I had to read it! More than a Northern Woman In […]

Literary Lust List ~ Four Novels To Read In April

It’s no news that a blissful day for me consists of being curled up in bed with a good novel. If you had no idea, you can read about me here. I have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. My mother will tell tales of how I’d leave my math […]

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