We are working with readers, writers, publishers and bookshops.
Every month, the country embarks on one chosen book as a challenge and share about the reading experience every Friday 4p.m on the hash tag #UgandaReading
The interactive online sessions involve challenging readers, celebrities, young minds and widening the reading community.
We go along visiting libraries (even personal if allowed), attend tea events and goat roasting!
We hold monthly physical book reviews
We target the old, the young but mostly the youth.
— brenda kembabazi (@kembenda) November 7, 2016
Amelia Martha N
— Amelia Martha .N (@ameliamartha1) October 26, 2016
Jane Masha Reina
— Jane Masha Reina (@janemasha5) November 7, 2016
'cause if you like the way you look that much, ohh baby you should go and love yourself…..'… https://t.co/xSG8Mm28VE
— Amida Anyanzwa (@AAnyanzwa) August 1, 2016
It's humbling and fulfilling to know that the little things we do can actually inspire someone.
— Odokonyero (@OdoKent) November 14, 2016
— Denzel Mwiyeretsi (@DenzelUG) November 14, 2016
— #UgandaReading (@UgandaReading) November 7, 2016
— Osbert Mwijukye (@OsbertMwijukye) November 7, 2016