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A merry heart😄😊

It is a few hours before we roll over the scroll on our calendars or receive a notification that it is the new month. I say goodbye to September with so much joy and I hope October will be far much kinder to me. My highlightsBirthday celebrations*My baby sister turned another year. It was herContinue reading “A merry heart😄😊”

WinterABC2022 Stories of Africa: Child of War

Book title: Child of warAuthor: Ben Chirasha Before I went to high school I enjoyed reading novels written by Enid Blyton. I have even lost count of the books that I have read. When I went to high school I realised that most of the books in the school library were outdated and I neverContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of Africa: Child of War”

WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift

I did not wake up being an avid reader or someone who enjoys writing stories. This was something that was instilled in me by my grandmother. My mother had the responsibility to nurture the gift. She used stories to help me grasp different concepts because I wasn’t an intelligent child. Storytelling has helped me seeContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift”

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 forgiven😅 do read the quotes and look for these sevenContinue reading “Take a walk in the library”

Letters to my sisters written by Fatmata Conteth -Book Appreciation week!

The novel Letters to my sisters took me on an emotional journey and I felt sorry for N’damba. She chose to take her own life so that she could save her younger siblings and generations to come. N’damba chose to be the sacrificial lamb and she wanted her sisters to be free. I will discussContinue reading “Letters to my sisters written by Fatmata Conteth -Book Appreciation week!”