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Book Review: ‘My Not-So-Perfect Life’ by Sophie Kinsella

Book Review: ‘My Not-So-Perfect Life’ by Sophie Kinsella

Life isn’t always what it seems to be. This is the heart of the message of Sophie Kinsella‘s new novel. Not surprisingly, My not-so-perfect life is a light read, full of flawed but loveable characters. What’s a bit surprising though, is that it goes a […]

Konversations with Karibee – Abimbola Dare

Konversations with Karibee – Abimbola Dare

“Konversations with Karibee” is our new series talking to dynamic authors whose passion for sharing stories inspire us all. Kicking off the series, Karibee Books speaks to the lovely Abimbola Dare. Abimbola is a wife, mother, writer, Law graduate and Project Management professional. She is currently on a Master’s […]

Book Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Book Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Title:                      Homegoing Author:                 Yaa Gyasi Publisher:            Penguin Random House Year Published:  2016 “And in my village we have a saying about separated […]

Introducing The Karibee Project

Introducing The Karibee Project

At the launch of this blog two years ago, a phrase dropped in my mind –  “The Karibee Project”. At the time I had no idea what it would involve and so I forged ahead with the initial ideas for the book blog without giving it much […]

A Surprise Chat with Sophie Kinsella

A Surprise Chat with Sophie Kinsella

Last Saturday began like any other random day with a long list of mundane tasks to work on. Squeezed into this tight ‘to-do’ list, my husband Mr T suddenly had the great idea to add on a trip to the mall. The practical side of me wasn’t […]

Flash Fiction: ‘Frosty Panes’

Flash Fiction: ‘Frosty Panes’

The black BMW cruised to a halt before the red light. Kunle’s fingers drummed impatiently on the steering wheel. He flicked his wrist to check the time on his Cartier watch, it was a quarter past 9:00 AM. The Sunday Church Service would begin in ten minutes. “We’re […]

Are You a Young Blogger or Writer?

Are You a Young Blogger or Writer?

Well here’s your chance to become a Commonwealth correspondent. The Commonwealth Correspondents is a global network of emerging young leaders and aspiring writers and social commentators aged 15 to 29. Correspondents are keen to tell other people about ordinary or extraordinary events occurring in their […]

Book Review: On Becoming by Toke Makinwa

Book Review: On Becoming by Toke Makinwa

Title:                     On Becoming Author:                Toke Makinwa Publisher:           Kachiko Year Published: 2016 Review – There are always three sides to every story… yours, mine and […]

So You Think You Can Write?

So You Think You Can Write?

Writing is an art as well as a skill, and like other skills it needs to polished and fine tuned in order to truly sparkle. One way amateur writers can do this is by entering writing competitions. I love the concept of writing competitions simply because they […]

Flash Fiction – ‘Dinner at La Palma’

Flash Fiction – ‘Dinner at La Palma’

Chichi couldn’t concentrate on the Excel report she was working on, she still had an hour till she could log off and head home. She was giddy with excitement and could hardly contain herself, it was her birthday today. Turning 33 wasn’t really a milestone age, but […]