Reflections on Lecrae’s Unashamed Book

Rapper Lecrae Moore’s autobiographical book, Unashamed, is one of the most important books I have read and will read all year. I made so many notes when I was reading, which is usually a sign that I’m reading something fabulous. The title of the book, of course, comes from the Romans 1:16 verse that begins… Continue reading Reflections on Lecrae’s Unashamed Book

My thoughts: Seraphina

Author: Rachel Hartman (who, by the way, has a very cool sense of humour, as I saw in the Cast of Characters) section. I erased all doubt that I was a mindless book-trend obsessive after I read Eragon. I didn't actually hate that series until after Eldest, but I can't say I enjoyed Eragon much,… Continue reading My thoughts: Seraphina

On John Green’s “The Fault In Our Stars.”

I am not, just to confirm, a fan of hype. The Fault In Our Stars, people, is a greatly hyped book. I was reluctant, at first to read it, because if everybody hypes it to be so great, it probably isn't. And besides. I'd never heard of John Green until one of my cousins mentioned… Continue reading On John Green’s “The Fault In Our Stars.”

One African Man’s Dream

This post was inspired by a book I just read, called The African Agenda. I wasn't too keen to read it at first because it was big, had a boring cover and didn't sound like my type of book. I was right about that last one. It isn't the type of book I would normally… Continue reading One African Man’s Dream