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.
An audio book review of A Winter in Lagos by Saratu Abiola. Fiction. Magical realism about what happens in Lagos when the city has its first winter.
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 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 1, 2, 3 Disappear by Sharon Salu. Fiction. Short story.