I Review

I Review

My reading has always been limited to planning, business, leadership, biographies. Then my daughter, Nana, introduced me to fiction. After reading So Long a letter by Mariama Ba, I instantly decided to be a more “discerning reader”. For leisure, I now only read books authored by African women. My singular intention is to discover, promote and support African woman writers. I consciously give them an audience because few of us consciously do. I will be sharing my reading list as I go along.

Triumph of Forgotten Days - By Nonhlanhla Mnisi What Do You See - By Itumeleng Sekhu Dear Ijeawele - By Ngozi Adichie


Fashion Cities Africa - By Hannah Azieb Pool
Call it a Difficult Night - By Mishka Hoosen The Spider King's Daughter - By Chibundu Onuzo  



     
     

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