A book review of Dead Dogs Don’t Bark by Tolu A. Akinyemi. A collection of poems on a wide range of subject matters.
A book review of Bound to Favour by Kiru Taye. A fictional contemporary romance novel which explores themes of abandonment, love, betrayal and mental health.
A book review of Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo. A fictional account about living in Lagos which explores themes of corruption, injustice, family, religion, and class system.
A book review of Naija Love Stories by Ola Awonubi. Fiction. A collection of short stories which explores themes on love, family, racism and death.
A book review of Edwardsville by Heart by Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún. A collection of poems which is both a memoir and a travelogue.
A book review of Black Sparkle Romance by Amara Nicole Okolo. A fictional contemporary romance novel which explores themes of feminism, love and envy.
A book review of Easy Motion Tourist (An Amaka Thriller) by Leye Adenle. A fictional crime thriller about the murky underworld of Lagos.
A book review of Hashtags: Social Media, Politics and Ethnicity in Nigeria by Nwachukwu Egbunike. A nonfictional collection of essays on the influence of social media on the socio-political landscape in Nigeria.
A book review of The Fourth Finger by Sally Kenneth Dadzie. A fictional novel about love, revenge, infidelity, deception and injustice.
An audio book review of Iya Ibeji by The Fertile Chick. A story about one woman’s search for love and happily ever after.