I came across this on Lindsey’s blog, A Rambling Reviewer and if you’ve been here for a while, you know that I can never say no to a good book-tag. If you’re new, trust me, this is a fun post because words can be heavy! So let’s get down to it shall we? What books … More The Book Love Book Tag
General Fiction(Adult)/ Sci-Fi & Fantasy/ Rebellion Publishing- Abaddon Books David Mogo is a demigod. His mother is the god of war and chaos and his father, well, he was just a common man- a mortal which is why he hunts gods and godlings, because his essence can sense their presence. And also their presence in … More Reading David Mogo, GodHunter by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
I am excited that I get to do this today. It’s a chilled out morning here in Mbita and I for one, I’m pleased that I woke up feeling energized and healthy today. Have you read The Bibliophagist? You should and it’s courtesy of that blog that I am diving right into this tag. So, … More The Book Addiction Tag
It’s almost ten o’clock. I should be going through reports, but I have just had a workout session and I can’t seem to catch my breath. I’ll take a shower, finish my coffee, dress up and leave for work in an hour or less. The morning workout is part of this month’s focus. I’m taking … More Things that speak to me
I was scrolling through my reader yesterday when I came across a post on BW Reviews and I could relate to everything written therein, and it prompted me to keep the conversation going. Here’s a list of some outrageous ( even though when I do them, they are classified as quite normal) things I’ve done for … More Outrageous things I’ve done for the love of Books!
It’s my favorite day of the week and my working hours have come to an end. So, I am celebrating it by drinking some tea as I contemplate the tasks that await me tomorrow. I am listening to Hozier’s Nina Cried Power as I write this and take small sips of tea, waiting for the … More Updates on the Writing Life
I lost my mind over the need to wrap up this book so much so that I did not write a word of it for three months. It’s the most frustrated I’ve been and I have the distinct feeling that anyone who’s read my previous publications would definitely want to throw this in my face, … More Meet Sifuna