Chronicles Of Our Elders And Their Sex Lifes

Growing up sex was always a taboo subject (Well it still is, sort of, but not quite, it’s complicated). Whether it was sex in conversation, on the tv or in music, it just wasn’t welcome. I grew up in the era of cellphones (We had no idea smartphones would come and change everything or social…

Chronicles Of A Vaccine Sceptic

Disclaimer: Although this post might discuss some scientific concepts I myself am not a scientist by any measure. This post is based on my gut feelings, some offhand assumptions, other emotions and things that pop up on the first page of my Google searches. I doubt you’ll be smarter at the end of this but…

Chronicles Of A Valentine’s Day Letter

Dear LOML (love of my life) I thought about you yesterday as the day began right up until it ended. I was hoping that on some cosmic wavelength you’d notice it out there. It was a new feeling to me because all along February the 14 had just passed by like any other day. The…

Chronicles Of Afro Bloggers Awards

I have to say I’m extremely late to this post but better late than never is what I’ve heard so I’m here. The inaugural Afro Bloggers Awards are here and voting is currently open. And well it’s ending soon (February 5) so be quick about your choices and by that I mean your votes for…

Chronicles Of Counting Your Blessings

We don’t who they are but they say life is about the good moments and the recipe for a good life is doing something that consistently increases the amount of good moments you have. It’s also said if you’re truly happy you shouldn’t be counting those days. They should just be flying by while you…

Chronicles Of My Sister The Serial Killer

Book Review My book a week challenge for 2021 and my journey into reading more African literature began here this year. A highly rated novel by Nigerian author Oyinkan Braithwaite. It took me just a few days to read this one, it would’ve been shorter but I was balancing writing for assignments and being intrigued…

Chronicles Of It Still Feels Like March Last Year

Last year in March a random Twitter user said, “The older generation calls us snowflakes but in their day one man would walk to the centre of the village and say hear ye hear ye they be no news this morning but we just put down our phone for an hour and they’ve shutdown Italy.”…

Chronicles Of A Book A Week Challenge 2020

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here and well I sort of miss it. Ghost writing is keeping me busy. Anyways almost every I challenge myself to read a book a week, so far I haven’t succeeded because after the first 2 months I just lose moment. Life always has its distractions, if it’s…