• Fire In The Wind

    Fire in the Wind shuttles between three countries: Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire. In this moving and absorbing tale, Kike Ojo repositions African narratives with regard to child abuse, domestic violence as well as life in the time of war and its attendant refugee problems. She masterfully weaves a web of universal issues in a West African context.

    Fire In The Wind

  • Not Just Another Interlude

    Sewa’s decision to steer her love life in the direction she wants instantly backfires, prompting her to halt her quest for love and focus on other more important things like getting a job. Fate has its own plan and puts her in the path of the man of her dreams, Jide.

    Jide isn’t afraid to go after what he wants. Crossing Sewa’s path more than once, he doesn’t leave it up to chance because there is something special about her.

    When their budding relationship suffers a huge blow, Jide will have to prove to Sewa that love is worth fighting for.

  • Shadows From the Past

    This book talks about Ada’s challenging childhood,and even though she marries an understanding and supportive husband,she still has nightmares about the domestic violence she witnessed in her home as a child. Her childhood began in the early post-colonial era of Nigeria, so this story has an element of historical fiction in it.

  • Your Destiny is in your Competence

    This book is another archetypal to guide you from living a life of activity into a life of higher productivity.
    Using ageless biblical principles that reveal the key to personal competence, Gbeminiyi Eboda teaches that being a child is by birth but coming to maturity is by choice.

  • Becoming a Money Magnet

    This book is a compendium of what it takes to go beyond your self-imposed limitation and to be the man of value you were designed to be. It is a package that will catapult you into realms of discovery, personal development and a lot more.

  • Accelerate Your Success Rate

    “The impossible is the untried”. This book is suitable for individuals and organisations who will dare the odds and venture the impossible to become more and do more and ultimately have more.

  • Birthing Great Things

    There’s a transaction that takes place in prayers that keeps everything working and prevents you from breaking down or any area of your life from shutting down.

    Nothing should be so urgent that the urgency outweighs the need to pray. The more the urgency, the greater the necessity of prayers.

  • Kamsi’s Fruit Story


    Join Kamsi in this adventure as he explores some really unique seasonal fruits in Nigeria. The book teaches not only the various seasonal fruits in Nigeria but also the native names of some of the fruits. What’s more? Your little one gets to learn about the months of the year while refreshing his/her counting skills in a most exciting and relatable way.

  • If They Tell the Story

    If they Tell the Story chronicles Azuka’s travails from teenage life into adulthood. It is a story that showcases the lot of women in a society that measures their worth by marital status.

  • Mouth Full of Blood: Essays, Speeches, Meditations

    Spanning four decades, these essays, speeches and meditations interrogate the world around us. They are concerned with race, gender and globalisation. The sweep of American history and the current state of politics. The duty of the press and the role of the artist. Throughout Mouth Full of Blood our search for truth, moral integrity and expertise is met by Toni Morrison with controlled anger, elegance and literary excellence.

  • It’s Our Turn to Eat

    A gripping account of both an individual caught on the horns of an excruciating moral dilemma and a continent at a turning point.

    When Michela Wrong’s Kenyan friend John Githongo appeared one cold February morning on the doorstep of her London flat, carrying a small mountain of luggage, it was clear something had gone very wrong in a country regarded until then as one of Africa’s few budding success stories.

    Two years earlier, in the wave of euphoria that followed the election defeat of long-serving President Daniel arap Moi, John had been appointed Kenya’s new anti-corruption czar. In choosing this giant of a man, respected as a longstanding anti-corruption crusader, the new government was signalling that it was set on ending the practices that had made Kenya an international by-word for sleaze.

  • I Didn’t Do It For You: How the World Used and Abused a Small African Nation

    One small East African country embodies the battered history of the continent: patronised by colonialists, riven by civil war, confused by Cold War manoeuvring, proud, colorful, with Africa’s best espresso and worst rail service. Michela Wrong brilliantly reveals the contradictions and comedy, past and present, of Eritrea.

    Just as the beat of a butterfly’s wings is said to cause hurricanes on the other side of the world, so the affairs of tiny Eritrea reverberate onto the agenda of superpower strategists. This new book on Africa is from the author of the critically acclaimed In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz.

  • Chinua Achebe: Collected Poems

    Chinua Achebe’s award-winning poems are marked by a subtle richness and the political acuity and moral vision that are a signature of all of his work. Focused and powerful, and suffused with wisdom and compassion, Collected Poems is further evidence of this great writer’s sublime gifts and it is an essential part of the oeuvre of a giant of world literature.

  • The God Child

    Returning to Ghana as a young woman, Maya is reunited with her powerful but increasingly troubled cousin. Her homecoming will set off an exorcism of their family and country’s strangest, darkest demons. It is in this destruction’s wake that Maya realises her own purpose: to tell the story of her mother, her cousin, their land and their loss, on her own terms, in her own voice.

    The God Child

  • Ancestor Stones: A Novel

    Aminatta Forna, whose moving and gorgeously written memoir garnered international attention, has seamlessly turned her hand to fiction in Ancestor Stones a powerful, sensuous novel that beautifully captures Africa’s past century and her present, and the legacy that her daughters take with them wherever they live.

  • An Elegy for Easterly

    Winner of the Guardian First Book Award, and shortlisted for the Frank O’Connor Short Story Award, this is an unforgettable collection of powerful stories by a stunning young voice from Zimbabwe.

  • Africa Business Revolution

    Combining an unrivalled fact base with expert advice on shaping and executing an Africa growth strategy, this book is required reading for global business executives looking to expand their existing operations in Africa–and for those seeking a road map to access this vast, untapped market for the first time.

  • Unbreakable Bonds


    Unbreakable Bonds

  • Borrowing Made Easy

    My Motivation for writing the book: Most authors write books for lenders or practitioners in the financial sector, hence you can hardly see any book written to educate borrowers or aspiring borrowers in Nigeria and indeed Sub-Saharan Africa. Borrowing Made Easy was conceived and written to educate people in the simplest form on how to borrow successfully and what it requires to get the best deals and manage loan wisely without stress.

    Borrowing Made Easy

  • Idara ‘The Inquisitive Girl’

    Idara ‘The Inquisitive Girl’ is an illustrative book about a young girl called Idara and her friends as they journey into womanhood and understand the different stages of this process. This book, in very clear terms, explains the process from puberty, menstruation, menstrual cycle, menstrual hygiene, and sex education. The idea is to make learning these concepts as interactive, illustrative and as fun as possible. It has been illustrated in form of a comic, to bring an exciting read for young girls and their parents/guardians. This book shares insights and offers advice to our young girls on how to deal with the physical, emotional and social changes that come with puberty, menstruation and how to keep your privates, private. This book is a trusted guide which will help our girls feel comfortable and ‘FLOW WITH PRIDE’.

  • I Do Not Come To You By Chance

    Being the opara of the family, Kingsley Ibe is entitled to certain privileges–a piece of meat in his egusi soup, a party to celebrate his graduation from university. As first son, he has responsibilities, too. But times are bad in Nigeria, and life is hard. Unable to find work, Kingsley cannot take on the duty of training his younger siblings, nor can he provide his parents with financial peace in their retirement. And then there is Ola. Dear, sweet Ola, the sugar in Kingsley’s tea. It does not seem to matter that he loves her deeply; he cannot afford her bride price.

    It hasn’t always been like this. For much of his young life, Kingsley believed that education was everything, that through wisdom, all things were possible. Now he worries that without a “long-leg”–someone who knows someone who can help him–his degrees will do nothing but adorn the walls of his parents’ low-rent house. And when a tragedy befalls his family, Kingsley learns the hardest lesson of all: education may be the language of success in Nigeria, but it’s money that does the talking.

    Unconditional family support may be the way in Nigeria, but when Kingsley turns to his Uncle Boniface for help, he learns that charity may come with strings attached. Boniface–aka Cash Daddy–is an exuberant character who suffers from elephantiasis of the pocket. He’s also rumored to run a successful empire of email scams. But he can help. With Cash Daddy’s intervention, Kingsley and his family can be as safe as a tortoise in its shell. It’s up to Kingsley now to reconcile his passion for knowledge with his hunger for money, and to fully assume his role of first son. But can he do it without being drawn into this outlandish mileu?

  • What They Don’t Tell You About Being Single

    When will you marry? Why are you still single? Are you sure you are not being too choosy? If they keep asking you those questions, this book might just be for you. Perhaps you have found yourself in a ‘situationship’ instead of a relationship, or been friend-zoned, or wondered how you could hear God clearly about your relationships? I certainly have. In this book, I share my journey as a single woman and some of the challenges I have faced as a Christian, millennial twenty-something, with practical, Godly solutions. It has humour, reality and painful realisations. I pray it helps you reflect on your own journey and ask yourself some honest questions. Tumininu Olaoshun Www.tumininu.com

  • UNCOVERED! The Naked Road From Timid Girl to Confident Woman

    In this raw & riveting memoir, Nigerian Actress, Alex Okoroji takes off the covers and gets downright NAKED & gritty, unashamed to tell it like it is- stripping down the lies & insecurities on her powerful journey to reinvention, to reveal her innermost secrets and limited beliefs about love, sex, money, career, friendship, and the endless self doubt… Through which she UNCOVERS wisdom, freedom and a new perspective “living in a light bulb of truth” as she NOW knows it – to become the highest expression of confidence, brilliance, talent and greatness. This is an incredible personal revelation, that will trigger millions of men & women all over the world, to reflect on their own personal journey, unravel their relationship with money, beliefs, people, and even God, so they can recognize their own truth, experience freedom & uncover their greatness too.

  • The Naked Truth: Lies Stripped..

    This Is A Witty Gritty Guide to the real TRUTH about Love, Life, Sex, Relationships and Reality, culled from an Expressive Woman’s Unfiltered Thoughts about life… It is an INTIMATE and Relatable Book, which offers WISDOM to anyone struggling to accept “The TRUTH” about who they really are and what they want out of Love, Life & Personal Reinvention. It Chronicles a Rawness, Authenticity & Vulnerability, that every Man & Woman needs…to truly become aware and confident about their own personal journey to FREEDOM.

  • My Sister, the Serial Killer


    Satire meets slasher in this short, darkly funny hand grenade of a novel about a Nigerian woman whose younger sister has a very inconvenient habit of killing her boyfriends.

    “Femi makes three, you know. Three and they label you a serial killer.”

    Korede is bitter. How could she not be? Her sister, Ayoola, is many things: the favorite child, the beautiful one, possibly sociopathic. And now Ayoola’s third boyfriend in a row is dead. Korede’s practicality is the sisters’ saving grace. She knows the best solutions for cleaning blood, the trunk of her car is big enough for a body, and she keeps Ayoola from posting pictures of her dinner to Instagram when she should be mourning her “missing” boyfriend. Not that she gets any credit.
    A kind, handsome doctor at the hospital where Korede works, is the bright spot in her life. She dreams of the day when he will realize they’re perfect for each other. But one day Ayoola shows up to the hospital uninvited and he takes notice. When he asks Korede for Ayoola’s phone number, she must reckon with what her sister has become and what she will do about it.
    Sharp as nails and full of deadpan wit, Oyinkan Braithwaite has written a deliciously deadly debut that’s as fun as it is frightening.

  • Unravel your Hidden Gems

    Unravel your Hidden Gems is a collection of inspirational and motivational essays from the heart of the acclaimed author, Tolu’ A. Akinyemi. Released hot on the heels of Tolu’s first book of poetry, Dead Lions Don’t Roar, this new book is a study on Life, encouraging people to succeed at what they feel is important to their own happiness. Be it private life, business, religion, career, relationships, each part of life is discovered. This mind-altering life manual can be read as a whole or visited in snippets for day to day inspiration. Each essay examines and highlights challenges in life and how to succeed in enjoying life with grace. A self-help study on life with a refreshing difference, the book is a totality of life’s journey reminding us we are here on a temporary basis and that it is our duty to not hide in obscurity but to Unravel Your Hidden Gems before it is too late! Pure Inspiration!

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