Catch Up

CURRENTLY LOVING…| MAY

CURRENTLY LOVING…| MAY

Hi there! I’m here again for our regular end of month catch up sesh, which is honestly becoming more like a start of month thing now. Better late than never though, eh? It’s so interesting to me how my preferences have changed over time and […]

BOOK’D| ABENA aka BOOKWORMINGH

BOOK’D| ABENA aka BOOKWORMINGH

Abena aka bookwormingh (Bookworm in GH where GH stands for Ghana) is a PhD student, book blogger and booktuber whose reading habits I decided to probe. In this interview she talks about the weirdest place she’s ever read (and it IS weird!), why she stopped […]

BOOK’D: Àtọ́kẹ́

BOOK’D: Àtọ́kẹ́

Atoke is the author of +234 – An Awkward Guide to Being Nigerian. After reading her interview, I was honestly just ready to buy her book because she’s SO FUNNY! We talk everything from bonding with book characters, her obsession with chick lit and the HILARIOUS […]

30 Books By Authors of Asian Descent

30 Books By Authors of Asian Descent

30 Books by Authors of Asian Descent to Read ASAP. Books by authors of Asian descent are my jam and if you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’d know. Otherwise, just check my ‘book reviews‘ tab. Recently, I’ve been reading SO MANY MORE […]

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 […]

Nine Picture Books I’ve Got My Eyes On

Nine Picture Books I’ve Got My Eyes On

Do you read picture books? Honestly, just a month ago, I would have laughed at the idea of reading a picture book. But let me me tell you, it is such a fun experience, especially as a very visual person. I am convinced that if […]

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 […]

Currently Loving…| April

Currently Loving…| April

Career, Travel, books and more book talk this April Hello there! It’s already May! I have no idea where April went (I realize I say that every month, but that’s my life right now). Initially, this post was supposed to go up on the morning […]

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 […]