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Pulani Mota is a self-confessed Foodie, who describes herself as a Cupcake Addict who's always willing to travel anywhere for Food.
Constantly being at war with telling the truth, yet fighting to accept it myself.
Ugandan Blogger Amanya adamantly proclaims that his secret for blog success is writing about the one thing that everybody relates to … love! He regards himself as an endlessly flowing natural who has a unique way of writing. He shares his blogging journey and the discipline that has helped him become a better writer even… Continue reading AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – El Amanya
I didn’t realise this quite so deeply before jumping into blogging, but there’s obviously a certain level of proficiency that you have to maintain as a blogger because your readers will come to expect content at certain times ❤
When you read Ivana Akotowaa Ofori’s Blog you would never guess that she is only 18. Her writing prompts you to practise a rewarding kind of freedom that can hold you captive on her blog for hours. A beautiful confinement of frank and brutally honest published posts that seem determined to encourage its followers, to… Continue reading AfroBlogger #FeatureThursdays – Ivana Akotowaa Ofori
I realised that poetry is about staying true to who you are with each stroke of the pen ❤
Stefanus Mutileni is the author behind ‘Blue Short Pants’ (Tales from the Memory Lane), a blog that never fails to have us choking from wild bouts of laughter, literally chuckling out loud while reading his published posts. An exceptional talent that seems to come involuntarily and too easy for the Namibian Blogger. He isn’t only… Continue reading AfroBlogger #FeatureThursdays – Stefanis Mutileni
Ever heard Lauryn Hill read her write-up: Motives and thoughts? You should. Motives and thoughts. You never see either, just the action it translates into. You see, I was in church just last Sunday and it was harvest time. Time to give back to the Lord; you know all those religious mantras that are… Continue reading THE WARPED LOGIC OF GIVING
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