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5 Women Authors Who Used Male Pseudonyms

Female writers have written under pseudonyms since time immemorial for various reasons, some out of a desire for anonymity, others for their works to be accepted by a wider audience and in most cases for their books to be accepted for publication at all! From earliest memories of Anne’s Bradstreet’s book authored by “A Gentlewoman in New England” The publishing industry has recorded remarkable progress. Women are writing! Their works are accepted and we are excited to be a...

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Fighting Corruption is Dangerous; Ngozi Okonjo Iweala scheduled to read in Lagos.

Rovingheights, a Lagos online bookstore, will on Thursday, 21 June 2018 host Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria’s former minister for Finance and author of widely acclaimed book “Fighting Corruption is Dangerous” to an evening of reading and book signing. The event which is slated to hold at Radisson Blu Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos is Dr Okonjo-Iweala’s first engagement with a Nigerian audience since the international release of her memoir in April 2018. It will commence at 7.30pm. Published by the Massachusetts Institute...

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3 interesting facts about Tomi Adeyemi

Today in celebration of the Woman Crush Wednesday ( WCW) . We came up with 3 interesting facts about Dynamic Writer and bestselling author of children of the blood and bone, Tomi Adeyemi. Tomi Adeyemi is Nigerian! We had to do that, didn’t we? LOL, but yeah this young lady right here was born in the united states to Nigerian immigrants. Her father, a Nigerian physician of Yoruba descent, Ibadan precisely migrated with the aim of giving his children...

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My Body Itches…

“We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves” - Rochefoucauld One moment, I’m overcritical about my diet. Other times, I’m like, Fuck it! You don’t come by a culinary potpourri of this kind, every time. (I mean, I’m at Four Point By Sheraton for this Leading Ladies Event and we are greeted with a buffet for Brunch. What would you rather have me do, Ehnn?) Another time, I’m not taking a pass on...

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Struggles of a Startup: Bringing back the books

Gone are the days when visiting a bookstore was a boring experience. Thanks to game changers like Roving Heights; it’s a lot more social now. The Lagos-based book sales and distribution company is at the forefront of reshaping this very experience, incorporating fun, creative and thought-provoking activities into its business model as a way to bring back the reading culture.   Read Full Story On The Nerve Africa

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