Looking Back in Gratitude and Looking Forward in Hope.

Looking Back in Gratitude and Looking Forward in Hope.

2018 was quite a year wasn’t it? We have fought some battles; won some and lost some but in it…

Love Don’t See Colour: A Reading of Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give.

Love Don’t See Colour: A Reading of Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give.

I watched a video on Facebook and it was about a child who was told it was time to go…

The Trouble called ‘Homework’!

The Trouble called ‘Homework’!

You are tired, deadbeat coming from work where of course on your way back you were stuck in horrendous traffic…

Bring Back Our Culture: A Reading of The Last Carver by Ositadinma Amakeze

Bring Back Our Culture: A Reading of The Last Carver by Ositadinma Amakeze

This review should have been done a long time before now but I have been quite involved in so many…

Growing Up…How hard can it be?

Growing Up…How hard can it be?

As a child, I remember wanting to grow up so I could do anything I wanted, wear what I wanted…

What if…?

What if…?

Nigeria is celebrating 58 years already. When I think about this and how far we have come and how far…

Handling your Kids Excessive Love for Television.

Handling your Kids Excessive Love for Television.

If you are a parent and you are concerned about how glued your kids are to television, then this post…

The Injured Past and the Convalescent Future: An Overview of Kazuo Ishiguro’s An Artist of the Floating World

The Injured Past and the Convalescent Future: An Overview of Kazuo Ishiguro’s An Artist of the Floating World

This is my first interaction with any of Kazuo Ishiguro’s novels and I must say An Artist of the Floating…