Hi there! It’s been soooooo long, I know! Missed you too and I’m glad to be back. The last couple of months have been quite busy with school but asides that, I’ve been good and I hope you have too. Remember I told you how I wanted to read at least a book a month and I’m so glad I’ve been keeping up! So I just wanted to give you a quick update of the one’s I’ve read and what I’m up to now.

  • Higher is waiting by Tyler Perry


Renowned actor, filmmaker, playwright, songwriter Tyler Perry shares lessons from his life from childhood till date on how he’s lived and also how his Faith as come to play with that. The book, only about 200 pages long shares his experiences written to inspire readers. My favourite things about it were the end of the chapter task or reflection questions and the Bible verse that encompasses the point of the chapter. Each chapter was only about 2-5 pages long and it’s perfect for that “I want to read a bit before going to bed” moment.

  • The Believer’s Authority by Kenneth Hagin


Although this was a reread, it definitely wasn’t any less impactful. In this book, Kenneth  Hagin gives insight into the God given authority in the believer and all that he is in Christ. Regardless of how old you are in your Faith, this book is definitely a must read.

  • The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers


This book was nothing short of amazing!! Not too be biased because I love fiction but this is one of the best books I’ve read. Francine RIvers is an amazing author on Christian fiction and I really did learn from the story. Insightful, thought provoking and entertaining, if you’re a fan of fiction, I definitely recommend it.

  • A Shelter in place – Nora Roberts


I didn’t know I was a fan of suspense till I read this book. Truly captivatingly, Nora Roberts writes about three survivors of a mass shooting. The book focuses on survival and heroism and I enjoyed every bit of it.

Currently reading Saving Grace by Emmanuel Iren. The book presents salvation in the simplest form, perfect for anyone Christian, atheist, believer or not the book gives answers to different questions on salvation. Great so far!

Let me know below if you’re familiar with any of these books or would like to recommend your favs. Thanks for reading!

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  • May 21, 2019

    Thank you Damilola

  • June 7, 2019

    I’ve read atonement child and I believe Nora Roberts will make you a fan of anything she writes, she’s just that good

  • June 8, 2019

    Amazing books! Hope to read more of Nora Roberts’ works


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