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Last time I told you about how my book DAPPLED THINGS is making waves across the nation; getting reviewed on ‘Moments with Mo‘ on EbonyLife TV, DSTV Channel 165, and being featured as the Author of the Month in the March edition of Genevieve Magazine. Well, since then it’s gotten even better! From getting stocked in a notable bookstore … Continue reading Update: The Stars Come Out To Play With “Dappled Things”
1 This would alarm you, just as it has alarmed everybody who have heard it from me, but at an age where most people were probably struggling with Ali and Simbi or Queen’s Premier, I, and my elder brother were dismantling bigger books. I remember reading authors like Jeffery Archer (whose book KANE AND ABEL, … Continue reading My Book Story 1
EDITORS: LADIPO AKINKUGBE & AHMED JODA YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2013 PAGE EXTENT: VOLUME I – 402, VOLUME II – 290 PUBLISHER: BOOKCRAFT AFRICA A rich critique with a foreword by Nelson Mandela, the book(s) tells of Olusegun Obasanjo (the man) and his administration as the president of Nigeria (1999 – 2007). The text is an indepth and neutral analysis … Continue reading Olusegun Obasanjo: The Presidential Legacy 1999 – 2007
Literacy is undoubtedly one of Man’s most important achievements. Being not only able to record information, but to understand information recorded by someone thousands of miles away has had a dramatic impact on human development. It has allowed the spread of technology and the improvement of life for millions of people in a way that … Continue reading The Future of Reading
The Gospels of War, written in the mode of a first-person narrative, is an allegorical short story that illustrates, using respected symbols of two of Nigeria’s main religions, the untold damage that bigotry and sectarianism and hardline religious devotion can do and actually do to the unity of the country’s diverse people, or of … Continue reading The Gospels Of War
There are certain behaviors that are expected from good stories, and there are attitudes that good writers should exhibit. Aside from the good attitudes of arrogance, pride and superiority, a good writer should also exhibit some other lesser qualities. A story on its part should exhibit good home training qualities like disobedience, stubbornness and intolerance, … Continue reading WRITITUDE: The Behavior of a Story and the Attitude of a Writer
Books, thick and thin; books, old and new Always keep the boredom at bay Leafy pages crooned as winds blew Whisp’ring in the glade where I lay. The sweet caress of fine words Like puffs of white clouds scutt’ring by Disperses beguiling hordes of melancholia, as dusk draws nigh.
The defining experience of Chinua Achebe’s life was the Nigerian civil war, also known as the Biafran War, of 1967–1970. The conflict was infamous for its savage impact on the Biafran people, Chinua Achebe’s people, many of whom were starved to death after the Nigerian government blockaded their borders. By then, Chinua Achebe was already … Continue reading There was a Country – New Book By Chinua Achebe
Most readers these days especially of poetry adopt the scanning system. They look at a piece of work in a few seconds, appraise and discard it. Such a reader would skim through the first pages of introduction or maybe, not even look at it at all. You see the Preface where the author says the … Continue reading Not a Poet’s Verse but an Everyday Note: A Critique of Terver Chieshe’s He Calms the Storms
Theme: I Vote To Read: The Book and The Voice Of The People. Dates: November 18-20, 2011 Main Venue: Freedom Park, Broad Street, Lagos Scheduled Programme of KEY Events Pre-Festival Events Monday November 14: 1. Opening of the National Reading Week Festival Events Thursday (November 17) 10am-5pm (GOETHE INSTITUTE, CITY HALL, LAGOS) 2. Publishers Forum: … Continue reading Lagos Book & Art Festival, 2011
So I often receive emails from various people. Some of the mails are just to say congrats, ask where they can get my books, and so on. But a lot of the emails are usually asking about blogging or self-publishing, and I have decided to start a series here and share some of these information. … Continue reading Authorhouse will publish my books without reading?
This story is set in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Detective Tamunoemi Peterside investigates a bombing at the residence of Pius Okpara, who is contesting for governor in the state primaries. No one was killed in the bombing but there is an attempt on the life of the only witness, a judge’s wife, that same night. Another … Continue reading Treachery in the Yard – A review
Onaedo – The Blacksmith’s daughter is the first novel by Ngozi Achebe. If you’re a fan of the style of Chinua Achebe, who happens to be Ngozi’s uncle, this book will not disappoint. The main story is that of Onaedo, a young teenager of Igbo ethnicity, in the time before the English colonialists made our … Continue reading Onaedo – The Blacksmith’s daughter