Ayobami Adebayo needs no introduction. Her debut novel ” (which I reviewed here) was shortlisted for this year’s Bailey’s Women’s Prize For Fiction. This year alone, Ayobami Adebayo has been interviewed by Vogue and The Paris Review. As a major fan of ‘Stay With Me‘ […]
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Kovie Parker is an art curator, maker and creator and most recently she kicked off La Luna Soy Candles, which are handmade and poured, lightly scented, natural soy wax candles. She is also a voracious reader. In this interview she shares how she keeps up with her reading, why she prefers to read slowly and the books she’s constantly re-reading.
Yewande Omotoso is the author of ‘Bom Boy’ and the Bailey’s Prize for Fiction longlisted novel ‘The Woman Next Door’. In this BOOK’D interview, she explains why audiobooks are a winner for her and that rating books is not a thing she likes to do. Also, she shares why she believes it is important to finish the books she starts.
Enjoy as Yewande gets BOOK’D!
“I don’t think you have to finish a book, but I also believe you shouldn’t abandon every book that feels alien to you or slightly difficult to digest. I’m a believer in returning to books when I have the required skill to appreciate them.”
Writer Ifeoluwa Nihinlola gets BOOK’D!
Yemisi Aribisala is the author of the John Avery Prize winning essay collection, ‘Longthroat Memoirs’. In this interview, she shares her love of audiobooks, why she reads any and everything and doesn’t believe in book recommendation.
Enjoy as Yemisi gets BOOK’D!