A book review of Sector IV by Abigail Anaba. A fictional historical romance novel centred on the lives of ordinary Nigerians living in South East Nigeria during the Biafra war.
Today, I went to a bookshop. I had been invited by the manager of the bookshop for a book reading, I was reluctant to attend the event because it was […]
Yesterday, I read this article, Nigeria Has Produced Some of the World’s Best Authors—So Why Is Its Reading Culture So Poor? and was going to do a thread on Twitter […]
A book review about Sacking the Potter by Bolaji Olatunde. A gripping fictional play about mental health (postpartum depression).
A book review of Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex and Nigerian Tastebuds by Yemisi Aribisala. A nonfiction book which looks at the relationship between Nigerian food and culture.
I started my journey into reading Nigerian romance again, (sans Pacesetter books – because I read those ones between ages 7 and 12) with Ankara Press novels. Sometime in 2011, […]
Hello and welcome to my corner! I’ve always loved reading. Growing up, I read everything I could lay my hands on and when it came to books, I did not […]
Time is one commodity we never seem to have enough of. There is too little time to read published books. Yet, daily, more books are added, good and bad. You […]
You wonder why we are so excited? This blog was born out of a lengthy exchange of direct messages (DMs) between two people; one loves the book, the other thinks […]