Category: What I’m Reading

Why I Love Independent Writing

I’m a music nut, as most of my family and friends know. I love music in all its forms (with the exception of country music; sorry!) and I listen to it constantly. My iPod is filled with an eclectic brew of sounds from different genres from around the world and I am constantly seeking new […]

Friday March 23rd, 2012 in What I'm Reading | 2 Comments »

The Alchemists of Kush by Minister Faust

Seven thousand years ago according to the Book of Then, Hru-Sa-Usir witnesses the destruction of all he knew and loved. He and the children survivors escaped with the help of Hru’s magic and thus began a harrowing adventure for the young Kushite. Flash forward¬†to contemporary Canada and The Book of Now. Raphael Garang and his […]

Tuesday August 16th, 2011 in What I'm Reading | Comments Off on The Alchemists of Kush by Minister Faust

Book Review: Journey Through Darkness by Kandake Brockington

Journey through Darkness is sword and soul adventure rooted in the ancient history of Kemet (Egypt), Axum and Ethiopia. It is the story of Joval, a Medjay mercenary commander with a spiritual destiny. The story begins with Joval in exile with the remnants of her people, the Medjay, being sought by Azende. Azende’s people think […]

Saturday October 30th, 2010 in What I'm Reading | Comments Off on Book Review: Journey Through Darkness by Kandake Brockington

African Cities and Towns Before The European Conquest by Richard Hull

In African Cities, Richard Hull takes us across the continent ¬†describing in great detail the cities and towns that existed in Africa before the European incursion. Hull supplies a large number of photographs and illustrations depicting the similarities and differences of African cities and town based on the particular region. He describes how weather, lineage, […]

Thursday March 25th, 2010 in Sword and Soul, What I'm Reading | 4 Comments »