Book: Butterfly Dreams and Other Stories Author: Beatrice Lamwaka Genre: General Fiction ISBN: 978-9970-9623-0-3
Author: Rachael A.Z Mutabingwa Genre: Speculative Fiction Book Blurb: Preston Pakello’s life seems to begin only when the death of a stranger brings three sisters to his home; the Island of Adavera. His life becomes intricately intertwined with theirs, and the journey each one takes, leaves a trail for the other to follow. All the while, the Island keeps a careful watch.
Author: The Hekaya Arts Initiative Book Blurb: Abdi wants to create a new tune and galvanise his dying band, find his father and, reunite with his lover. When his love is tested, Abdi follows the winds north from Kilwa to Mombasa, carrying his hopes and dreams along. He must survive heartbreak and escape a near death experience to overcome the folly of youth. Back from London with a heavy baggage, Mumtaz must deal with the reality that hers is a small town. Can she withstand the guilt and gossip?
Author: Dilman Dila Publisher: Black Letter Media. Synopsis: A killing in the sun is a collection of speculative fiction from Africa. It draws from the rich oral culture of the author’s childhood, to tell a wide variety of stories. Some of these stories are set in a futuristic Africa, where technology has transformed everyday life and a dark force rules. Others are set in the present day, with refugee aliens from outer space, ghosts haunting brides and grooms, evil scientists stalking villages, and greedy corporations creating apocalypses. There are murder mysteries, tales of reincarnation and of the walking dead, and …
Arrows of Rain is the debut novel of Nigerian American author Okey Ndibe.
Have you ever read a book that you know is fiction but it messes with your head so much that you start to believe that its actually a non-fiction book? That the characters actually exist? No? Just me?
Kale let me start by saying how much I love this book. I’ve read it may be three times now? Before I finally got off my butt to write this review.
I feel like for this book, all I should write is; this book is epic, buy it and read it, it’s a wonderful time to be African. Unfortunately, that’s not how reviews work. So here goes nothing.
Let me start this off by saying, I love Tiffany Haddish. She has quickly become my favourite female comedian. She is so wonderfully honest, a little kookoo but also very real about her life and experiences.
I am a big Trevor Noah fan, ever since I caught his comedy special, African American on my friend’s laptop, I became a huge fan of his, HUGE! Or as president Trump would say it; Side Note: is just me or do the words President and Trump still sound so wrong when put together?