A book review of Love Does Not Win Elections by Ayisha Osori. A nonfiction account of the author’s foray into partisan politics in Abuja, Nigeria.
A book review of Hang No Clothes Here by Bolaji Olatunde. Fiction: Crime thriller which explores several themes including spirituality and God, power and corruption and injustice.
A book review of Always Yours by Somi Ekhasomhi. A contemporary romance novella about love, family, friendship and second chances.
A book review of Kasali’s Africa by Feyisayo Anjorin. Fiction; a collection of short stories and poetry exploring thematic issues on the tensions between the Old World and the New.
A book review of Moonflower by Esther Edoho. A collection of poems that explores the changes that come with old love, new love and the intricacies of life in between.
A book review of Love Eventually by Walter Ude and Chisom Ojukwu. A fictional contemporary romance novella set in Lagos. Explores themes of family, feminism and love.
A book review of The Event by Ude Walter Uchenna. Fiction: A suspenseful thriller about ambition, betrayal, love and lust.
A pre-release book review of Afonja – The Rise by Tunde Leye. Historical fiction exploring events which led to the collapse of the great Oyo Empire.
A book review of Fresh Air and Other Stories by Reward Nsirim. Fresh Air and Other Stories is a collection of 16 short stories. Each story is an independent interpretation of the Nigerian experience.
An audio book review of Twilight at Terracotta Indigo by Umari Ayim. Fiction: Thriller. A 2011 ANA/Flora Nwapa Award Winner.