“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart” ― Helen Keller We are just going to ignore the fact that I haven't written a blog post for over a month and even the previous month's felt a bit mediocre. My posting schedule … Continue reading 5 Books that will Emotionally Break You
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)
Welcome Friends to a very special post, as of today I have been regurgitating musings on books for 2 years on this platform. In short, it's my 2 year anniversary as a book blogger. I never thought I would commit this long, so glad I stuck with it through the good and the bad. I would … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve learned from 2 years of blogging
“Hope Smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering 'it will be happier'...” We have arrived at this glorious moment friends, glad you've decided to celebrate my love for these reads in today's blog post. Welcome! Before we get to the list, I would like to tell you what constitutes as my "favourite" book. … Continue reading 5 Best Books of 2017 (Kenyan Library)
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…
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Hello, Friends, It's that time of the year where everyone and their dog will be posting about the most impactful books of 2017. I always look forward to this time of year, it brings together book lovers, shouting out loud their favourite books and speak passionately about them. Before we get to that positive note let's discuss some books that were in a sense a disappointment
Click Here for more info… 720 pages PICADOR Genre: Contemporary, Coming of Age, Literary Fiction " There were times when the pressure to achieve happiness felt almost oppressive as if happiness were something that everyone should & could attain, and that any sort of compromise in its pursuit was somehow your fault I can definitely say … Continue reading A Little Life Book Review
Hello, Friends Thank you for visiting another Recommendation Thursday post. Hope you get to add more books and get inspired to read them. This week's topic is books that deserve more attention than they are getting. Those "life-changing" books that only you've read and the majority haven't even heard of. I too have that list of … Continue reading 5 Painfully Underrated Books (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)
Hello Friends hope you are well and Welcome to another Recommendation Thursday Post hope you get to add more books into your ever-growing TBR This weeks topic are books inspired by the unusual or the author's ability to shutter the traditional forms of plot and make it hers/his own and lately I have been drawn … Continue reading 5 Weird Books with amazing premises (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)
Pulitzer Prize official website The Pulitzer Prize is a U.S. award for achievements in newspaper and online journalism, literature and musical composition. It was established by Hungarian-American publisher Joseph Pulitzer and is administered by Columbia University in New York City. According to the administrators of the Pulitzer Prize, the correct pronunciation of the name should … Continue reading My Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Recommendation & Reading Project