Category: Reviews


Book Review: A killing in the sun by Dilman Dila

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...


Celebrating Irishness with Netflix – a streamteam post 

Tomorrow is St Patrick’s Day and we’re not planning anything strenuous. A parade (if the weather behaves) an outdoors activity (if the weather behaves) I’d love to start planting some veggies ( if the...


Book review: A Casualty of Power by Mukuka Chipanta

Synopsis: Hamoonga Moya’s journey would take him a long way from the township of his youth on the Zambian Copperbelt . Life in the capital brought him new friends, and new ideas, and his journalism...


Book review: We need new names by Noviolet Bulawayo

Synopsis: Ten-year-old Darling has a choice: it’s down, or out In a shanty called Paradise, Darling and her friends spend their days stealing guavas and singing Lady Gaga, all while grasping at memories of...

#RozOnAMission or, my six year old’s new year resolution 4

#RozOnAMission or, my six year old’s new year resolution

I blame Sadhbh over on Where wishes come from, entirely. There I was a few days ago, writing up my linky. I was frantically typing away, looking back at links and reminiscing, all the writey...


Five Netflix things: a streamteam post

‘Tis the season for eating lots of food, visiting family and friends and watching lots and lots of movies. I wanted to pop in, between all the watching, to let you know of five...

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