Wakanda Forever

Africa is a barren wasteland with a poor economy, starving people, bad politicians and poverty. This are the things that I grew up hearing as a child with a Kenyan mother and a Ugandan father. People assumed that just because I had relatives from Kenya and Uganda, that I lived in a hut, had no… Continue reading Wakanda Forever

Star Wars

The Han Solo Trailer Is Out

Hello, everyone! So... it's been a great week for Star Wars so far. The producers of the very popular show Games of Thrones have announced that they will be writing a brand-new trilogy separate from the current timeline. The Han Solo movie full trailer was released and we even got the posters as well. Have you seen… Continue reading The Han Solo Trailer Is Out

Book Reviews, Contemporary

Book Review: “Love, Hate and Other Filters” by Samira Ahmed

This book was gut-wrenching. I mean, it would punch you over and over in the stomach until you were gasping for breath, but you were still turning the pages. I promise you, this book will open your eyes and change your perspective. The main character, Maya Aziz, is the daughter of Indian immigrants- which means… Continue reading Book Review: “Love, Hate and Other Filters” by Samira Ahmed

Book Reviews, Science Fiction

Book Review: “Nyxia” by Scott Reintgen

Okay, guys, I just finished Nyxia by Scott Reintgen, and I'm in desperate need of the sequel. he killed my favorite character and I'm not okay, thanks for asking. The story starts Emmett, an underprivileged teenager from a poor part of Detroit. He's leaving the only home he's ever known for a chance to earn… Continue reading Book Review: “Nyxia” by Scott Reintgen