Book Review: Half of a Yellow Sun

Let us talk about a phenomenal contemporary literary figure, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, or simply Chimamanda. My admiration for Chimamanda’s literary works is not pegged on any feministic undertones therein but on her language adornment skills, the relatable thematic concerns, the strong willed characters and the simple yet unpredictable plot.  I do not mean to sayContinue reading “Book Review: Half of a Yellow Sun”

Stories matter

The stereotypes we peddle and misconceptions we cling to are sometimes hilarious and most of the time hopeless. Overtime the society has carved single story perspectives about everything and everyone. For instance, I grew up being told stories of a community that feeds on people. Can you imagine I suffered from this misconception up toContinue reading “Stories matter”