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BOOK’D: NIKESH SHUKLA

BOOK’D: NIKESH SHUKLA

The Good Immigrant,¬†edited by Nikesh Shukla made the rounds last year. It was on nearly every bookstagram account I followed at the time. I’m as you know, partial to women writers, so it takes a while to add a male author to my TBR. So […]

BOOK’D: CINDY ALLMAN aka BOOKOFCINZ

BOOK’D: CINDY ALLMAN aka BOOKOFCINZ

I started following Cindy Allman aka BookofCinz first on goodreads because she’s the top reviewer for Trinidad and Tobago! It’s not easy to find readers in the Caribbean on goodreads, so I was very excited to find her. Even more so, when I discovered she’s […]

BOOK’D: OJIMA ABALAKA

BOOK’D: OJIMA ABALAKA

Nigerian illustrator Ojima Abalaka creates refreshing, minimalist images. She also has a love for literature and photography. In this interview we chat about reading for book covers, balancing a routine of reading with studying for a law degree and her top notch way of recognizing […]

BOOK’D: JENNIFER ZEYNAB JOUKHADAR

BOOK’D: JENNIFER ZEYNAB JOUKHADAR

I found out about author Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar while reading Kirstin Chen’s BOOK’D interview. As a huge fan of Middle¬† Eastern literature who still hasn’t recovered from Hala Alyan’s , I was all in after reading her bio. Her new debut novel is breathtaking and […]

BOOK’D: RACHEL LYON

BOOK’D: RACHEL LYON

Author Rachel Lyon is a fresh voice on the literary scene. Her debut novel is said to be “compulsively readable and electrifying”. Just read the blurb here. After reading this interview, I fell a little in love with Rachel. It makes me so giddy when […]

BOOK’D: STANLEY GAZEMBA

BOOK’D: STANLEY GAZEMBA

Stanley Gazemba is an author whose novel , I stumbled upon on Netgalley. While I’m currently drowning in my overflowing TBR (as I like to be), I find the synopsis of his book intriguing. In this interview, author Stanley Gazemba shares his thoughts about the […]

BOOK’D: NANCY ADIMORA

BOOK’D: NANCY ADIMORA

Nancy Adimora is the Founding Editor of online literary magazine, AFREADA. AFREADA features short stories from emerging writers across the African continent. If you love bite sized stories, there’s a short story up every Friday! Also, if you fancy, you could even read this story […]

BOOK’D: RESH SUSAN of The Book Satchel

BOOK’D: RESH SUSAN of The Book Satchel

If you read book blogs or have an Instagram and don’t know Resh Susan of The Book Satchel, I’m glad you’re reading this because Resh’s creativity and love for books have formed a most beautiful union. From her cozy photos of books to concise reviews […]

BOOK’D: FRANKLYNE IKEDIASOR

BOOK’D: FRANKLYNE IKEDIASOR

Franklyne Ikediasor runs The Port Harcourt Book Club. He spends nearly every second of his free time reading, despite having a demanding day job. In this interview, he shares the weirdest place he has ever read a book, the two kinds of responses to a […]

BOOK’D: KIRSTIN CHEN

BOOK’D: KIRSTIN CHEN

I became familiar with author Kirstin Chen late last year when I encountered on one of my many amazon perusals. (released yesterday!) also featured in my ‘16 Books to Look Out For In 2018‘ list. I recently finished reading her debut novel, (which I highly […]