I went away for a little bit to an interesting place in Africa called Kenya!!! and it was a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of Lagos but I have to say i am glad to be back.
Before I had Kunmi , I used to read a lot , I lived for my books and I think my books loved me too. In comes baby and I haven’t been able to read a book to the end. I actually had not realised how bad this was until I was asked to review a book on the blog and I have to tell you the author is a superstar for being so patient with me because I have been slacking thank God for Kenya. The book is called Dear Junia and it was written by Tomi Makanjuola. It is a story about a young girl who dreams about her future daughter and decides to write letters to her , teaching her about herself and also sharing life lessons. In turn the letters gives her courage to try new things and improve herself. I love this book because as a mum, I can completely relate. Having a child makes you change and most times for the better , I guess there is something about being responsible for another human being that makes you want to be a class captain. I think I might also write letters to Kunmi for the future (we should all give it a go) You can purchase this book on Amazon on kindle and paperback For kindle –
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dear-Junia-Tomi-Makanjuola-ebook/dp/B00H8YYDGI/ref=sr_1_1?i e=UTF8&qid=1388927242&sr=8-1&keywords=dear+junia For paperback http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dear-Junia-Tomi-Makanjuola/dp/149445825X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1388928502&sr=8-2&keywords=dear+junia
Now because my birthday is Tomorrow, Yes Happy Birthday to me. I am giving out two copies of Dear Junia. To win just enter the give away below and comment on how being a parent has changed you
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