Bleeding wounds

Ma has been crying in her sleep. She wishes she could have been with Baba during his days on earth. Ma wonders if he was scared, comfortable or hopeful that he would come home. Baba never got a chance to bury the love of his life, he was in quarantine and he was only ableContinue reading “Bleeding wounds”

Take a walk in the library

Hello my lovely, how is 2022 treating you? Here are some of the quotes from the books that I read but failed to review on The Baobab. The stories were raw and I could see parts of myself in these stories. Now that I am forgivenšŸ˜… do read the quotes and look for these sevenContinue reading “Take a walk in the library”

A review-Notes on Grief

“How is it that the world keeps going, breathing in and out unchanged, while in my soul there is a permanent scattering?” -Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Chimamanda takes her readers on an emotional journey as she explores the emotions she felt around the time that she lost her Father. The book is based on true eventsContinue reading “A review-Notes on Grief”

A review -Stay with me

Welcome to August, may this month be filled with laughter, life lessons and hope. Last month I managed to read four books and one of my sisters Justineā¤ encouraged me to try and read more than four books this month. Author :Ayobami AdebayoOverall rating: 4.7/5Cover:4./5Book title:5/5Themes: barrenness, societal expectations death, marriage, reconciliation You can listenContinue reading “A review -Stay with me”

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