That void good books leave behind..
I finished this book last night and just absolutely loved it! Although it was relatively long, almost 600 pages, it wasn’t easy to put down at all.
It’s the first fictional book I read for african authors, and they definitely have a wealth of writing.
Chimamanda’s book Americanah is a about a Nigerian girl who grew up in Nigeria and makes the move to the US to continue her study there after all the issues happening in Nigeria. She spends almost 15 years there before she decides to move back to Nigeria. Read the rest of this entry »
I have been on a ride of reading morning-productivity books recently and it has been really helpful in shifting my lifestyle to a morning riser lifestyle. As I’m currently between working from home and coffee-shops, it can get a little hard to maintain the productive tempo for the day, especially that I still have to maintain time to spend with my family. So here are the books I read in the order I read them and my review for them:
1. “What The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast” by Lauran Vanderkam