Reading

African Classics to Read!

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Africa is blessed with many great writers. But for me, there are some classics you just must read if you want to have an idea of what African Literature has been and what it has now evolved to be. So these are my top five! Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe: The novel basically opened […]

Reading

5 Ways to Maximize Time for Reading.

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Most times when I interact with people who are interested in reading but are unable to really get into it, what they tell me most of the time is that they don’t have time. When they tell me their schedule, it would seem like they don’t have time but usually I am able to point […]

Reading

How Reading Became My Lifestyle.

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I wasn’t born with a natural flair for reading. As a matter of fact, I considered reading as a burden and would not be too bothered about it. Probably my nature and temperament would not even encourage reading because sitting still for a while or having to concentrate on one thing for a while wasn’t […]

Events

Bookish Fun at Book Summer 2019

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On the 2nd of August 2019, our Book Summer 2019 edition began. The event opened up with Mr Philip Amiola, a Business Consultant, teaching on The Power of Books in Transformative Leadership. This was an insightful session as he taught the teens how they can be strategic in their reading and how reading can be […]