A book review of The President’s Daughter by Abigail Anaba. A fictional historical political drama set in modern-day Nigeria.
A book review of Every Woman is a Poem by Kayode Afolabi. A poetry collection which explores themes of love, heartbreak, oppression of women and lust.
A book review of Not Just Another Interlude by Lara T. Kareem. A fictional contemporary romance story set in Lagos.
A book review of The Mechanics of Yenagoa by Michael Afenfia. A fictional story about Ebinimi, the owner of a mechanic workshop in Yenagoa and his life in the city.
A book review of Coast to Coast. A multi author anthology of essays, poetry, photo essays and short stories on migration and pandemics.
A book review of Colours of Hatred by Obinna Udenwe. A fictional story of love, revenge and betrayal.
A book review of Dawsk by Erhu Yellow Kome. A fictional paranormal romance story about love, sacrifice and family.
A book review of Funny Men Cannot Be Trusted by Tolu Akinyemi. A poetry collection for people who hate poetry.
A book review of Nights of the Creaking Bed by Toni Kan. A collection of fifteen fictional short stories exploring themes of loss, death and family.
A book review about the thrilling adventure that explores the underbelly of crime in the Niger delta.