Our generation is sure to remember the year 2020 for the rest of our lives. In these tough times, books kept me company (what else can you expect from a book blogger). They helped me escape from all the sadness and negativity that this year heaped upon us.
Let’s have a look at the fifteen books that I enjoyed reading the most in 2020. These are the books whose stories are still fresh in my mind despite having read (at least some of them) months ago. They are from a variety of genres – thrillers, literary fiction, historical fiction, and fantasy.
Six months of this crazy year, 2020, have passed. Our generation is sure to remember this year for the rest of our lives. In these tough times, books kept me company (what else can you expect from a book blogger).
Below are five of the books that I enjoyed reading the most.
Today, I am interviewing Pete KJ, author of the novel, Black Volta. This book, based in Ghana, with its well-developed characters and a rich story has impressed me so much that I could not help but interview Pete and ask him some pertinent questions.
Proverbs are pearls of wisdom about life handed to us by our elders. They hold generations of wisdom within them, waiting for us to imbibe their meanings. Proverbs are mostly specific to a culture, but their meanings can be universally understood.
A few days back, I had the pleasure to read a book,Black Volta by Pete KJ, which is based in Ghana. The richly woven story with its exceptionally well-developed cast of characters and vivid descriptions of Ghana left a deep impression on me.
Moreover, the author, Pete KJ, has occasionally used Ghanaian proverbs in the novel. This piqued my curiosity and prompted me to learn more about them.
We are all familiar with the English proverbs. Now, let’s have a look at some Ghanaian proverbs.
Presented below are some of the Ghanaian proverbs that resonated with me. Many of these proverbs are specific to Akan, a southern group of Ghana.
Hello, folks! Taking a cue from my fellow Book bloggers, I decided to share my TBR list. Some of the books have been pending for months. (Hide my head in shame.) But that’s the life of a book blogger – biting off more than she can chew.
Some of these books are requested from Netgalley and Edelweiss. However, the majority are review requests from authors and publishers.
Without much further ado, let’s delve into part 1 of my humongous pile:
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