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Item: www.kenikodjo.com (Blog)
Reviewed by: Kobby Elikem
Crisp! It’s not a word you can use to describe something like a blog. But this is the Keni Kodjo blog we’re talking about. Hence, it’s… Crisp! The first time I read the kenikodjo blog I fell in love straightaway! Such talent! It weaks me!
From the fonts to the theme to the arrangement on the site; it would seem the blog was designed by a professional. If it were, it only goes to show how seriously she takes her readers. If that’s not the case, it only goes to prove that she has an eye for art (And this is someone who wears lenses).
The stories are beautifully crafted and it’s vital to note how everything on the blog blends in, on such seamless fashion. Girl knows her stuff.
Whether you’re viewing the site on a PC, tablet or phone, the interface is exquisite. And to think all this and more, is managed with a mobile phone. It must be an IOS-Android hybrid.
The kind of suspense she adds to her stories make an award winning Hollywood series, seem like a class one pupil’s project work.
The review can’t end without some ‘critiquing’. You’re either overly gifted or it’s a group-ran blog. The interactivity on the blog is amazing. And don’t get me started on her social media fan base. I’m sure they’ll eat me up alive if I found anything wrong with the blog. Well I did. Bite me!
The dry spells are dissuading- for someone who can get people to set alarms in anticipation of her next post. I mean, Keni we need more of you.
The content of her stories transcend generations and establish an identity with any given age group. That said, I’d recommend the blog to students, teachers, people looking for something worthwhile to while away time, couples and individuals looking for excitement. To those looking to create memories, or relive them, that’s a great place to start.
As an aside, I know how Keni blabs about how amazing her readers are. On behalf of all readers of great blogs, I’d like to say that “No Keni! You’re amazing. Thank you for giving us a great way to adopt the habit of reading.”
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