FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS
It’s been ages, I know (bites bottom lip guiltily)! So much has happened, and boy am I glad I don’t get to share everything with you, hehehe. Let’s just say it’s been an extremely eventful time, and rewarding too.
Entrepreneurship Ministry is moving forward, thank you very much, even though it’s not yet at the permanent site, but hey, baby steps right? And gratitude, oh yeah, gratitude. God has been beyond awesome, and I can’t thank Him enough.
I’ve been doing a lot of reading sha, in between all the action. I try to make sure I create the time, and I’m proud of myself. If I keep it up I just might hit the 100-book-a-year-mark. And then there’s one interesting challenge I found on Instagram. Nobody nominated me, but I kind of nominated myself, I thought it was too sweet a challenge to pass up. So I’m sharing it with you too, if you’re a bookworm that is, and y’all better be bookworms. Reading is self-education, or enlightenment if you will, and it’s the best kind of education there is, no offence to those who spent 9 years in tertiary institutions just to can that certificate. I celebrate your diligence. But these days, the University of Google is churning out graduates as well, only quicker.
So bookworms, here’s that reading challenge I found.
What do you think?
And now, I’d like to share a list of books I’ve read so far in 2015
- The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde
- How To Analyze People On Sight by Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict
- Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James
- Fifty Shades Darker by EL James
- Fifty Shades Freed by EL James
- The Old Man and the Angel by Warren Griffiths
- The Sheik’s Dangerous Lover by Elizabeth Lennox
- Long Walk To Freedom by Nelson Mandela
A number of them were trash, like the Fifty Shades trilogy. Major trash. But I persevered, hehehe.
Anyways, share with me will you? I’d love to read more African authored books but I don’t know where to find them. All the above titles are eBooks sha, so if you want let me know.
Be great, always