My 2016 in Books and 2017 Goals

It’s that time of the year when everybody is taking stock, making resolutions and Goodreads wants to know how many books I will be reading in 2017 that  I read over the past couple of months. Well, I am a bit disappointed that although I read over 45  books, I did not meet my reading challenges: 2016 Kenyan Bookworm and  PopSugar one. After a lot introspection and watching a couple of  Booktube videos I realised a couple of things

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Book Review: Rethinking Reputational Risk

It took me a while but I am glad that I finally got round to finishing this book and just before the clock struck midnight 2016. Given that my current day job is in the financial services industry and the numerous questions surrounding the state of corporate governance in the Kenyan banking industry definitely made me request this book from Net Galley…
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Book Review: Better than Before

I have been reading self-help/personal development books ever since I was in high school and they formed the bulk of my non-fiction reading. Over the last 48 months, I think I have been reading the same messages in books, blog posts (please no more listicles!!! Continue reading

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Reader’s Nook: Eric Kariuki

Kerry’s Note: This week in the Reader’s Nook,  I am thrilled to be hosting to be hosting my good friend, Eric Kariuki whom I  have known for a quite a number of years now. One of the words that immediately comes to mind, whenever I am asked to describe him, is intellectually curious. I have learnt something new or gained a different perspective from him on various issues. Well,  I hope that you will also learn a thing or two from him. Don’t forget to reach out to him in the comments section below or Twitter Continue reading

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Non-Fiction November 2016 TBR List

I am so excited to participate in  Non-Fiction November reading challenge and might I add, my first ever public readathon.  Olive from ABookOlive and Gemma from Non-Fic Books have “dared” booktubers and other bibliophiles to pick up 1-4  non-fiction books over the next 30 days (well from November 1-30). Continue reading

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