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

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January 15, 2019
Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park

Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park – The JJT Park Experience

My trip to Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park was unplanned, random, spontaneous and last minute (I know they all mean the same thing, I’m just trying to […]
January 9, 2019
Reasons You Need A Planner

7 Reasons You Should Have A Planner In 2019

There are more than 7 reasons to have a planner because I noticed that, it gets to a point in life, you come to realize how you […]
January 8, 2019
Cafe Neo

Cafe Neo Review – Grab A Cup Of Coffee

The idea to go to Cafe Neo came after I saw a picture of a girl sitting in a cafe on Pinterest. I am not big […]
January 6, 2019
New Year Post

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Happy New Year! I hope the newness of 2019 is working in your favour. I apologize for the long break, the last time I posted was […]
November 23, 2018

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November 20, 2018
Ake Festival 2018 Experience

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November 13, 2018
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November 12, 2018
20 Things at 20

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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?

October Book Wrap Up – 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 Books In 2019

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 […]