Wednesdays are #BlogIndabaWednesdays where we pick on a blogger to crush on and hype up over the interwebs because blogging means community
Leo’s blog is a land of non-fictional chronicles, debacles and anecdotes on life as an African. Leo says that he writes for everyone as he thinks of himself as a creative-non fiction writer, writing about real life events with a bit of creativity.
On how his blog came about he says:
I have always had a keen interest for writing. Having started by freelancing for my hometown weekly. So blogging is a passion- I mean who wouldn’t want a space to write without an editorial policy?
You can tell browsing through his posts he has a thing about history, and reads from quite an shall we say interesting and varied spectrum dropping interesting quotes.
One of the posts I found highly informative was when he explained the Icelandic surnames during the World Cup craze, I am not a soccer enthusiast but this post gave me something to talk about and appear like a man about the world
Did you know?? In Iceland the use of surnames is forbidden by a law, which passed in 1925. Mind boggling, Right?
For those wondering if they should let their family read their blog:
Part of my family does read… My brother, my cousin and her mother- those are the 3 who actually read and give feedback…
I like how his posts always start being about something else and then suddenly switch up into something out of a history class, I would guess man was a history teacher, like this post here which starts on being about summer in Capetown moves to English Premiership break then Olympics in South America and then the black power salute
Dont take my word for it got to his blog read for your self LeoMuzivoreva
Also check out posts by other bloggers:
Life with Dimples ~ BlogIndabaWednesday
EthneticMe ~ Editorial policy for what?
TeeMadzika ~ Wednesday share a creative #2