East African Books I Want to Read

Hello Friends, Yes I know it's been awhile and I can literally see the dust that has built up from my absence and it feels good to finally sit down and compose this particular post. I have been trying to get back into Kenyan literature and a recent book ( Dust by Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor … Continue reading East African Books I Want to Read

Advertisements

5 Reasons to Read Rough Animals by Rae DelBianco

Synopsis Out on June 5th, 2018 by Arcade Publishing PRE-ORDER HERE! I was sent the book by the author for an honest review thank you, Rae,  Its been 5 years since their father's death and twins ( Wyatt and Lucy) have been trying to manage their isolated ranch in Box Elder County, Utah. From what little … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read Rough Animals by Rae DelBianco

Classics: A Beginners Guide (Where to Begin and Ones I want to tackle)  

Classics /ˈklæsɪks/ plural noun 1. the classics, a body of literature regarded as great or lasting. adjective 2. serving as a standard or model of its kind; definitive “All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hours, and the books of all Time.”  ― John Ruskin, Sesame and Lilies Hello, Friends it definitely feels good to sit down and write a blog post after days of procrastinating. Hope you are well and welcome to this weeks … Continue reading Classics: A Beginners Guide (Where to Begin and Ones I want to tackle)  

Recent Reads, Updates and Currently Reading ( Mini- Book Reviews)

Hello Friends, Hope you are well and positive... January has been a bit of an interesting month, reading-wise as well as my personal life. I was bogged down and felt a little uninspired so I took a 5 day no internet break to reconnect with books and my loved ones and I feel more comfortable … Continue reading Recent Reads, Updates and Currently Reading ( Mini- Book Reviews)

Days Without End by Sebastian Barry Book Review (Short Post)

Click Here for more info… 259 pages  Viking Genre: Historical > Historical Fiction, Glbt, War, Literary Fiction “Time was not something then we thought of as an item that possessed an ending, but something that would go on forever, all rested and stopped in that moment. Hard to say what I mean by that. You look back at … Continue reading Days Without End by Sebastian Barry Book Review (Short Post)

Coffee With Fay: Bill of Kenyan_Library 

Suckerforcoffe

Happy Sunday! I’m here with another Coffee With Fay post, and today I have the pleasure of having Bill aka Kenyan_Library. We have been mutuals for a while now, and what stands out first when you look at his profile is pictures! I also quite enjoy his book recommendations and engaging captions.

Without further ado, let’s meet him…

1. Tell me a little about yourself.
Apart from my obsession with Literature, my name is Bill I’m a 20 something-year-old Kenyan who is trying to figure out life or cope with the idea of it through Photography, music and connecting with like-minded beings.
2. What are you currently reading?

At the moment I’m replying to this it’s A Little Life ( which ironically isn’t so little)

3. What is your favorite genre and why?
Contemporary Literary Fiction, I enjoy the idea of exploring human emotions and some aspects of realism but…

View original post 186 more words