Some like it paper, some like it e. A book made with paper and ink, or a book with electronic words. Stephen Siloma, the Kenyan writer, publishes his e-books. He prefers it that way. Read about his reading habits in this article.
THE THING AROUND YOUR NECK
This book is a collection of twelve stories written by the Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Most of these stories have been published before, some under another title, one has even been published twice before finding itself in this collection. Let me state first that I have enjoyed these stories very much. They have been … Continue reading THE THING AROUND YOUR NECK
BY THE BOOK: Elnathan John
His name has been settled, but one can never be sure untill the end. He changes names and formerlies. His name at the moment is Elnathan John and he hails from Nigeria. He works on a book set in the northeast of Nigeria, and in the 19th century, a few years before he was born. … Continue reading BY THE BOOK: Elnathan John
Baking the national cake
The trail of money is a fascinating trail. Where does lead a man, a woman? Who likes to follow this trail. The Ugandan writer Hilda Twonghyeirwe tells a story about a man in high places who likes to eat not just his share of the national cake, but as much as possible.