Toni Morrison is brilliant in The Bluest Eye because of how she straddles the topic of race to depict the injustice of anti blackness
A Zimbabwean author called out a bookshop for overpricing her book. I found the move to be daring and refreshing. Here is why…
AfroBloggers spoke to this Ghanaian Writer to find out more about the distinctive opinions that have inspired many to also contribute a brave and passionate voice to the blogging space.
In this edition of the Blogger Spotlight we bring to the limelight Josephine Amoako whose blog Joseyphina’s World is the definition of consistency.
We take a look at the year 2019, we try to learn from what we did wrong why we map our vision for the Year 2020 aiming to accelerate those things we did right in the past. Find out our vision 2020
What is self hosting? Have you ever been told that you need to move your blog from the free wordpress.com plans? If so you may find this article helpful
It is the blog title that drew me in. What is it about the hands of a lonely Boy? So I ploughed through the articles searching for a reason why the blog is titled as such.
Babongile and Pumzile Zulu make up the South African Duo Literary Bloggers behind 1001 Bookish Things. Even though they both insist that their blog of four months is still too young to have any dirty secrets dished up for us, they were still able to share the most important part of themselves
Chronicles of a Nubian Queen is a lifestyle blog by a South African woman identified on the site as Noloyiso. On this blog, she shares about her teaching experiences, poetry, her hair journey, guitar playing…
Many blogs are on the verge of falling out for lack of posting, and blog owners tend to attribute this to not having time to write. Unfortunately