http://danielpassero.com/listings/ Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou is one book that I could not put down. Because it s a light read, the language is easy to follow and it has a very welcoming tone. I especially enjoyed the humorous way that Ms. Maya narrated her story. I could almost hear her read the book out loud to me. (That is how much I love Maya Angelou’s works.) The most prominent theme is the
‘Memoirs of a Geisha’ by Arthur Golden. It is a book that is delicately woven around the culture of the Geisha from Japan- Mary Wairimu
I remember the one time I read ‘Journey to Jo’burg: A South African Story’ by Beverley Naidoo. It was as if my eyes could finally see clearly, for the first time
So, before I rush to say, “New year, new me.” I pause for a moment to think about what it means. That is because, over the years, my perspective changed.
Hello, world! That phrase reminds me of the ‘Introduction to Programming’ unit I had back in the first year of campus. It was the first line of code I ever wrote. But then our love never lasted longer than the second year. Mostly because I realized that I was meant to interact with people more than computers. Starting to learn from such a point of simplicity felt, weird and strange at first. But then, I