Tuawa Adenekan, @InspiritPages, Shares Her Go-To Bookstagram Hacks

Tuawa Adenekan - Inspirit Pages - Bookstagram - Interview -Homeland Reviews

When I first came across Tuawa’sΒ account, Inspirit Pages, I was stunned to realise she was Nigerian. Not because of the popular misconception that Nigerians don’t read, I mean, look who’s talking, but because I hadn’t come across anyone who collects books the way she does. This is a hobby I ascribe to foreigners and my brain could barely process this anomaly. Getting to know more about this unorthodox Nigerian has been a real treat and is one of the highlights of my journey as a book blogger. In this interview, Tuawa shares tips for curating a fabulous bookstagram account, making […]

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Meet Aisha Yusuf – Book Lover, Biochemist, Blog Contributor

If you were a book, how would you describe yourself? Mysterious. You wouldn’t know what to expect next so I’d keep you on toes throughout every page. When did you name yourself as a bookworm? About four years ago, after I left secondary school. The first book you read by yourself? I honestly can’t remember but for African literature, it was The Joys of motherhood by Buchi Emecheta Digital or Paper Books? Why? Paper all the way! Apart from the fact that digital can create some distraction, the smell of books is like an opium to me. Β I feed my […]

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