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The Kenyan Readathon

Reading connects us. It was around July last year (2020), when the thought came to me about driving people to read Kenyan works and support the unknown voices. I had initially started a BookTube channel to see that readers get to know about Kenyan authors as well as thrive in my favourite element, being a… Continue reading The Kenyan Readathon

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Weapon of Hunger By Meja Mwangi -Book Review

Rating:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Weapon of Hunger , as the title suggests, Is a story about how drought has ravaged some parts of Africa, and the routes to facilitate the food supplies & aid have been invaded by all sorts of corrupt people. Jack Rivers, An American singer,after seeing what was happening , heads on to conduct a… Continue reading Weapon of Hunger By Meja Mwangi -Book Review

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A man who is not a man by Thando Mgqolozaza – book Review

Rating: 3/5⭐⭐⭐Yes, The title got me intrigued!The story's onset is set in the late 90s where this young South African boy has to get set for his transition into an adult/ man through the traditional rite of passage..we call it.The first paragraph blew me off, not to lie and the whole chapter was like no… Continue reading A man who is not a man by Thando Mgqolozaza – book Review

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A banker who writes -Kinyanjui Kombani

Conversation with Kinyanjui Kombani ,author of Den of Inequities and others. "How did you find this book?" I really liked it!really did "And if I was to change anything on it,what would it be?" Maybe the length?make it longer. That is how our conversation started.It had been my first time having a one on one… Continue reading A banker who writes -Kinyanjui Kombani