Here at Africa Book, we are, particularly proud of our growing team of contributors. Along with our authors and readers, they are a key part of what makes the Africa Book Club tick. That’s why we are always interested in hearing from prospective reviewers and contributors. If you are a publisher or an author and would like us to review your book(s), please contact any of our reviewers directly (preferred), or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are some of our regular reviewers.
Allan Mwesiga works as an editor for a medical journal, handwrites book reviews by nature’s light in the quiet of the day, and dreams of a book store somewhere in the world with fire sale discounts for new hardback copies of every book on his reading wish list. Read Allan’s reviews and posts.
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Daniel Musiitwa is the editor of Africa Book Club. He has lived and worked in numerous African countries. An avid reader, he maintains a keen interest in Africa, and started the Africa Book Club blog as a space to promote African writing. Read Daniel’s reviews and posts.
Dianah Ninsiima is an Environmentalist, currently working with a Non Governmental Organization involved in healthcare promotion and community development. She also reviews books (African literature) for Africa Book Club (www.africabookclub.com). Read Dianah’s reviews and posts.
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Don Daniel Makatile was raised on a strict diet of Western paperbacks, newspapers and James Hadley Chase by his eldest brother, now deceased. Trained in journalism, Makatile was most recently Features Editor at SOWETAN, the Johannesburg daily newspaper. He is currently enrolled for a Masters degree in Creative Writing at Wits University, South Africa, where he is working on his first book – a work of fiction. Read Don’s reviews and posts.
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Based in Yaoundé, Cameroon, Enoch Tanyi Nyenti writes articles, poems and essays on secular, scientific, and religious themes. He is currently working simultaneously on a novel; a religious, historical narrative; and a film script. Enoch holds a B.Sc. degree in Crop Production from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, and an M.Sc. in Forest Resources Management from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Read Enoch’s reviews and posts
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Eden is an aspiring author, based in Gaborone, Botswana. She is currently studying economics and accounting at the University of Botswana. The eldest of three children, she has always had an affinity for reading and writing. Her favorite authors include Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Paulo Coelho, Dambudzo Marechera, Alan Paton, Kopano Matlwa, and Chinua Achebe. Apart from reading, she enjoys taking walks and absorbing nature, studying the Bible and watching good movies. Read Eden’s reviews and posts.
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Friederike Knabe worked in the fields of international policy and programming concerning third world sustainable development and human rights, primarily in Africa, for some thirty years. Of German background, Friederike left Germany following her postgraduate studies in Eastern European and French languages and literatures. She now resides in Canada. She has been reviewing books, both fiction and non-fiction, since 2001.She reads books in English, French and German and has maintained a special interest in African literature. In addition to posting reviews on the various Amazon sites, she contributes to a US Bookreview website and has a monthly book reviews column with sometimes author interviews in a local community paper. Read Friederike’s reviews and posts.
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Geoff Gyasi is a Ghanaian book blogger, reader, writer and book collector. He blogs at www.geosireads.wordpress.com.
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After working as a scriptwriter for documentaries and short films, Hadrien Diez turned to cultural journalism. He is a regular redactor for www.intofrench.org, a website aiming to present the Francophone culture to Southern African audiences, and occasionally drafts articles for Wordsetc…, a South African literary journal. Hadrien has published several short stories in French. He is currently putting the final touch to his first novel. Read Hadrien’s reviews and posts.
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Oriyomi Adebare is a graduate of Microbiology, who has always found comfort in books. She currently reviews books for the Africa Book Club.Read Oriyomi’s reviews and posts
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