Archive - December 2020

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57 Books: Finally, finally met & exceeded my reading target
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A lass in Lagos: Arise o, arise ye
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A lass in Lagos: I came to work but bosses & colleagues make it so so complicated
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A lass in Lagos: The hand of the giver…

57 Books: Finally, finally met & exceeded my reading target

For instance, Jilly Cooper delivers on all fronts: entertainment in the form of her mix of colourful and conservative characters, plot twists, etc; education where she’d school you effectively on her passions/subject matter (i.e Polo, show jumping, the educational system, orchestra music, horse training, the world of art, etc) without being didactic. Yet you’d appreciate the amount of research done to infuse the necessary feel of reality and fiction. I always come away with new knowledge. And judging from the number of her books under my belt, it’s obvious she’s continuously instrumental in evolving my creative side. Reading her evokes a range of emotions and is always, always a thrilling experience.

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A lass in Lagos: I came to work but bosses & colleagues make it so so complicated

I gave my entire heart and soul to this first introduction into Corporate Nigeria. In return, it tossed me, twisted me, shaped me, allowed me to express myself fluently and formally, trained me and opened me to the world of work. There was one more reason to get up in the morning.

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