What Bloggers say about Dasience

  • Grey Clinton Agu - Diary of a Black god
    Funmi is one writer I love reading her works. Funmi features people in such a way that you already get to know them before meeting them. Funmi reviews books in a way that you can't wait to read them. I just love her style of writing, she is like a complete package to me.
    Grey Clinton Agụ
    Diary of a Black god
  • Your blog is great! I love the book reviews and celebrating greatness series the most. I think the only thing I would say you should review is just your questions. Probably change them up a bit cause I noticed they are most times the same but there's also a style to that, so it's okay. You're doing a great job love. I would root for you anywhere, anytime.
    Omooba Adetunji
    The Red Journal
  • Dasience is a world you can enter when you just want to live in a world outside your own. I love the abstractness of thoughts and how they can transport you someplace you never thought existed. Dasience does that; it gives you a chance to go on a journey to someplace beautiful, even if just in words expressing thoughts. I especially love the book reviews. Her words satisfy me enough to not even want to read the book itself.
    Moyo Kolawole
    Journals Tag
November 13, 2018
Ofada boy Restaurant

Let’s Talk Real Life- Ofada boy

In case I never mentioned it, Cassie Daves is a major inspiration of my Lagos  exploration. When I was going through her blog, I sent a […]
November 12, 2018
20 Things at 20

20 Things I have Learnt at 20

Yay!!! Happy birthday to me! I used to pretend like I was not excited about my birthdays but I actually do! I used to say I […]
November 10, 2018
Cordial Killing by Vikki Walton

Book Review-Cordial Killing by Vikki Walton | Book Tour

You never loved him. You loved the concept of him.  I have often heard about ‘book tours’, when I got the mail to participate in the […]
November 7, 2018
What are you reading in November?

Let’s Talk Real Life- November reads

In a post on how to be better at reading, I mentioned that I do this monthly for accountability sake. It helps greatly. I have unofficially […]
November 2, 2018
Ake Festival 2018

Ake Festival 2018 Experience

Ake Festival: In an attempt to do better this year and crush procrastination, I began to write about my experiences. If you know me, you know […]
October 31, 2018
How To Read More Effectively

How To Read More Effectively

I have been associated with books which makes me get a bunch of book related questions. ‘How can I read?’ ‘Can you teach me how to […]
October 22, 2018
A Gamble With Death by Kelechi Goodluck Onuoha

Book Review- A Gamble With Death by Kelechi Goodluck Onuoha

Colonialism left most African countries internally fragmented because it joined together tribes that had numerous conflicts in traditions The word and the concept of ‘Human trafficking’ […]
October 15, 2018
Reading in 24 hours

Reading a book in 24 hours

When people ask how long it takes me to finish a book, I tell them that it is relative. There are so many factors to consider […]
October 13, 2018
Things That Start Small But Sweet by Bibi Ukonu

Book Review- Things That Starts Small But Sweet by Bibi Ukonu

In Lagos, it is a crime to be poor The title of this book is fascinating, what starts small but sweet? The author sent me this […]