I’m not one to follow the rich and famous and I’m slow to react when they  die. Stunned by the  sudden loss but then, overcome by the mass amount of grief for someone we really didn’t know, who probably couldn’t have cared less about anyone of us and who well, entertained us. Of course any… Read More

review: The boy who harnessed the wind

book review: The boy who harnessed the wind authors: William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer date: 2009; Harper Perennial non-fiction browse inside  The boy who harnessed the wind is the story of William Kamkwamba’s imaginative growing up in Malawi. In the beginning of the book, we learn a little about Malawi: its customs, beliefs and practices.… Read More review: The boy who harnessed the wind

Challenging

I decided a while ago to give up reading challenges because they get away from me too easily. But, I like the way they challenge me! They push me to expand the way I approach genres I already read or they get me to read something I thought I’d rather not. Kinna Read’s Africa Challenge… Read More Challenging