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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February 15, 2020
Purple Hibiscus Writing Workshop

“Maybe I am a writer” – Recollections From the 2019 Purple Hibiscus Writing Workshop by Theophilus Sokuma

I got to Awka late into the night, after a tiring trip from Lagos. It was my first time in Awka and I didn’t know anyone […]
February 7, 2020
January Life Update

January Wrap-up: Life Update | What is Next after University?

In a poll I ran on my Instastory last year, I asked for the type of content I should put out and sharing my life experiences […]
January 7, 2020
Sustainable reading

Sustainable Living: 5 Ways To Promote Sustainable Reading

There are various ways to adjust our lifestyle to be more eco-friendly, sustainable reading is one of the ways we can achieve that. The truth is […]
January 2, 2020
Reading Accessories every book lover should have

10 Reading Accessories Every Book Lover Should Have

Hello everyone! Welcome to the year 2020. In the first post of the year, I will be sharing 10 reading accessories every book lover should have. […]
December 27, 2019
Circa Non Pareil Menu

Circa Non Pareil Restaurant Review – Dining with Class

I actually went to Circa Non Pareil in September but had a lot in my mind and honestly was not impressed with it. It was the […]
December 27, 2019

A Book Lover’s Photo Diary – Books and Places 2019 Roundup

Hello book lovers! Happy Holidays! It is a jolly season everywhere in the world and I want to play my part of the jolliness by sprinkling […]
December 23, 2019
Burgers N Shakes Restaurant Review

Burgers N Shakes Lagos Restaurant Review – All You Need To Know

Burgers N Shakes is one of those places on the Mainland I always wanted to check out. I finally visited Burgers N Shakes recently with a […]
December 23, 2019
2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge – Update

At the end of 2018, I knew I wanted to read more African books and the plan was to read more African books this year (30) […]
November 19, 2019
This thing called life

This thing called life

Yesterday, you woke up feeling lethargic, the same feeling that has blossomed in your heart for weeks. Today, you pushed everything you were supposed to do […]
November 11, 2019
Atmosphere Rooftop Lagos

Atmosphere Rooftop Lagos Restaurant Review – Contemporary Vibe

My friend sent me couple of pictures of the Atmosphere Rooftop Lagos and I also noticed it when Sharon Ooja did the Ndani question and answer […]
September 24, 2019

Celebrating Greatness – Crank of 234drive

234drive is an interesting discovery I think you would want to know more about. If you are an old reader of this blog, there used to […]
August 17, 2019
Chimeka Garricks

Author Interview – Chimeka Garricks

I recently read Tomorrow Died Yesterday by Chimeka Garricks, I loved it. While reading the book, an idea to interview the author came up and I […]