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.
Hi guys, this post informs you about the books we will review this March and gives you an opportunity to read these books with us each week.
We hope you will join us to read one or both of these books and to share your thoughts about them when we publish the reviews on the blog.
Read February 2020 Reading and Book Reviews List here.
Books for March:
March 23 – Nights of the Creaking Bed by Toni Kan. Fiction. Short stories. Available on Amazon and Kobo.
March 30 – Funny Men Cannot Be Trusted (Poetry for people who hate poetry book 3) by Tolu Akinyemi. Poetry. Available on Amazon.
Do you have a book by a Nigerian author or publisher on your reading list for March? Please share it in the comments section.
A book review of What it Means When a Man Falls From the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah. A collection of fictional short stories focused on the humanity of the characters in the book.
Today’s post is an interview with aspiring author, Precious Obiabunmo. LE: Hello Precious, please tell us a bit about yourself. Precious: My name is Precious Obiabunmo. I’m a 200L student […]
A book review of Of Children Born To Us by Ife Olujuyigbe. A collection of fictional short stories with children as the central theme.
An audio book review of Unfriending Mama by Sharon Salu. A fictional tale about a young man, Dekunle’s decision to remain friends with or unfriend his mother on Facebook.
An audio book review of Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon by Nike Campbell-Fatoki. Fiction: Short stories.
A book review of Mother Never Sleeps by Bahati Books authors. A collection of short stories set in different African cities.
A book review of Be My Valentine: Volume One by Amaka Azie, Fiona Khan, Nana Prah, Sable Rose and Empi Baryeh. A collection of five contemporary romance novellas.
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.