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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March 2, 2019
How Dare The Sun Rise Review by Sandra Uwiringiyimana

Book Review – How Dare The Sun Rise by Sandra Uwiringiyimana

I want girls to know that they have the power to speak out. They don’t have to stay quiet. No matter what culture or country you […]
February 22, 2019
Popular Books

Popular Books I am Yet to Read

The thing about book blogging/bookstagram is that people expect you to have read a wide range of books. The other thing about people that seldomly read […]
February 15, 2019

Book Review – An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

Is it love, or is it convenience?… She explained that connivence, habit, comfort, obligation- these are all things that wear the same clothing as love sometimes […]
February 15, 2019
Nnamdi Oguike: Do Not Say It's Not Your Country

Celebrating Greatness: Author’s Interview – Nnamdi Oguike

GriotsLounge Publishers contacted me last year to review an ARC, Do Not Say It’s Not Your Country by Nnamdi Oguike. It is a book I particularly […]
February 8, 2019
Perseverance Is My Power

Book Review – Perseverance Is My Power by Perceptual Plazz

Instantly, I had this little thought in the back of my mind … maybe everything that happened in my life was for a reason. The neardeath […]
February 8, 2019
January Book Wrap Up

January Book Wrap Up – February Books

Happy New Month!! Welcome to February. While thinking of things to gift and share this month, do read this post on gift ideas for book lovers. […]
February 1, 2019
Gift Guide For Book Lovers

Gift Guide For Book Lovers – Gift Ideas For All Budget

There is always a reason to celebrate that special person in your life, your sibling, co-worker or friend that is also a book lover, hence the […]
January 31, 2019
Shoe Dog By Phil Knight

Book Review – Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike by Phil Knight

I’d tell men and women in their midtwenties not to settle for a job or a profession or even a career. Seek a calling. Even if […]
January 25, 2019
2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge – Books From 30 African Countries

Last year, when I created a reading challenge to guide me, I was excited about sharing it with the world and I had hope to crush […]
January 23, 2019
7 Countries I Will Love To Visit

7 Countries On My Bucket List

One day, I am going to write about how reading books, Instagram and travel blogs made me fall in love with travel. I am drawn to […]
January 21, 2019
My Mind Is No Longer Here by Ifedigbo Nze Sylva

Book Review – My Mind Is No Longer Here by Ifedigbo Nze Sylva

There is no motivator like hunger My Mind Is No Longer Here makes you ask a lot of questions especially about the title. I post a […]
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 […]