Love Crumbled Me

We all have fairytale versions of how we would love our lives to go but it almost never manifests as we hope. You can almost hear the mischievious giggle of life as she throws random stumbling blocks our way. They could be little blocks, they could be huge mountains. But deliver, she must. Sequel to … Continue reading Love Crumbled Me

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The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s wives

  When I first heard the title of the book, I came up with several theories as to what the secret lives of these wives could be. But I was in for a shocker as my thoughts were a bit off the theme. Baba Segi (real name Ishola Ajao) is a middle-class business man who … Continue reading The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s wives

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Things I Want My Daughters To Know (free pdf)

Genre: Psychological fiction A mother’s love for her children can’t be matched. And for Barbara, not even cancer could separate her from her four daughters; Lisa who is dealing with commitment issues, Jennifer who seems to have it all put together but is just an inch away from falling apart, Amanda who spends as much … Continue reading Things I Want My Daughters To Know (free pdf)

The Silence We Eat: Oyindamola Shoola

We’ve been made to believe that silence is golden when it’s only gold plated. For beneath that shimmery surface are varieties of colours telling one too many stories. The blue-black hue of a battered face, the thickening redness of a bleeding heart, or the blackness of a broken spirit. The Silence We Eat is a book … Continue reading The Silence We Eat: Oyindamola Shoola

A Country of Extraordinary Ghosts by Onyeka Nwelue

A country of Extraordinary Ghosts is one book that will shock the average Nigerian with the lax recurring sex theme. A few steps away from being an erotica, it's really daring for a Nigerian author seeing as sex is one word that has been demonized in our communities. We like to act like it's not … Continue reading A Country of Extraordinary Ghosts by Onyeka Nwelue