• Voices

    Tasha’s world crumbles. She reaches hard rock bottom and the only way to rise, is to listen with her heart.

    Four days before her 14th birthday party, fun loving Tasha is devastated with the unexplained loss of her doting mother, Nektar.

    Devin, her Dad, now has complete control over her life and begins to reveal his darker side. He demands her total obedience, with the promise of future power and domination.

    Tasha wants to please him but suspects that there is more to Devin’s bizarre commands than meets the eye.

    And then one day on her way to school, Tasha meets Josh, an intriguing master of words. He offers her friendship, but also conditioned on her unflinching submission; this time with a promise of freedom.

    Josh and Devin, two compelling voices, demanding her allegiance. The pressure of having to choose becomes unbearable, and now Tasha just wishes she could be her mummy’s baby again.

    Tasha goes through loss, pain, isolation, torture; and a journey into unimaginable worlds, before she finally finds the answers her soul truly craves.


  • We All Need Healing

    ‘WE ALL NEED HEALING’ IS A GENIAL COLLECTION OF WARM AND EMOTIONAL POEMS on Life, Love, Hope and the struggles in between. This collection is a poet’s attempt to show that we can all heal together. Agu, through finely crafted verses, shows that each of us can help someone Heal by showing Love and giving them Hope in our own way, regardless of who we are, our tribe, status, or beliefs. Indeed, We All Need Healing!

    We All Need Healing

  • Wake Me When I’m Gone

    Everyone says that Ese is the most beautiful woman in the region, but a fool. A young widow, she lives in a village, where the crops grow tall and the people are ruled over by a Chief on a white horse. She married for love, but now her husband is dead, leaving her with nothing but a market stall and a young son to feed.

    When the Chief knocks on Ese’s door demanding that she marry again, as the laws of the land dictate she must, Ese is a fool once more. There is a high price for breaking the law, and an even greater cost for breaking the heart of a Chief. Ese will face the wrath of gods and men in the fight to preserve her heart, to keep her son and to right centuries of wrongs. She will change the lives of many on the road to freedom, and she will face the greatest pain a mother ever can.

    ‘Wake Me When I’m Gone’ is a story of curses broken, and lives remade, of great tragedy and incredible rebirth. In this, his second novel, Nigerian writer Odafe Atogun unfolds a world rich with tradition and folklore, a world filled with incredible people of remarkable strength, a world that is changing fast.

  • Once Upon a First Love

    PEJU ADAMS has long since given up on her lifelong love and high-school sweetheart, ABDUL LAYENI, when he left ten years ago. She has lived her life fine, focusing on her work despite the trail of failed relationships in her wake till Abdul makes an appearance at her door-step does she realize she might have given up on him but had never forgotten him. Now, feelings of long ago suddenly creeps up and pulls down all her defenses.

    Her life has changed since the last time she saw Abdul. She’s not the naive teenager any-more, but a grown woman who has given her heart to God and has kept the past as past. She has to make a tough decision between the God she serves and the man she loves. A man, who so happens to be a Muslim. A man whom she knows isn’t for her. It doesn’t matter that FEMI, a good and successful Christian man, is also vying for her attention . . .and love.

    Femi has spent the last eighteen-plus years waiting for the woman God has in mind for him. He believes with his whole heart that Peju is that woman. But all his plans to woo her fails. He wonders if God has forgotten him. If, perhaps, he had made a mistake. Or worse, if she didn’t want him as a husband. His attempts to get across to her prove abortive and even Peju’s friend, ELIANA, can’t put in a word for him or persuade her friend into making the right decision.

  • Strictly Speaking (An oral guide for schools and colleges)

    This book is a simplified do-it-yourself learning kit for secondary school students who wish to excel
    in oral English assessment. Its information not only prepare readers for oral English examinations such
    as WAEC and NECO, but this rich material with its accompanying audio disc, also accords readers the benefit
    of getting practical exposure to intelligible pronunciation of English sounds, syllables, words and sentences. Through its
    step-by-step approach, the chapters on pronunciation, vowels, consonants, intonations, stress and English expressions
    explore all core aspects of oral English, positioning readers to learn and retain the sounds of English.
  • Understanding Faith


    Faith is the only guarantee of victory; it will overcome every challenge in any area of life- family, health, workplace etc.
    Any believer who is not living by faith will begin to malfunction because that is the only mode we are designed to be or live in.
    With your faith in active engagement, every current problem is racing towards its expiration.
    Come along on a journey of discoveries…
    It’s time to begin to walk in the fullness of all that’s yours by covenant because it’s your inheritance!

    Understanding Faith

  • Accessing Grants For Startups


    Ifedayo Durosinmi – Etti is a marketing and sustainability expert with over 10 years of management and leadership experience working in the fashion, marketing and manufacturing industries. She holds a first degree in Biochemistry and an MBA in Global Business. With her passion for women and children, she launched Parliamo Bambini and Philos and Zoe, startups disrupting the baby and child industry through locally manufactured furniture and clothing for children with the aim of reducing poverty, empowering our youth and promoting access to quality education in Nigeria and Africa.

    Since the launch of her businesses, she has received several awards and has been able to take advantage of several business opportunities such as grants, business accelerators and Fellowships which have helped position her brands to become household names in Nigeria. She is currently one of the Alumni Hub Leads for the South West region of Nigeria under the Tony Elumelu Foundation. She was also selected as a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum where she is the Project Lead for Startup Dome, a project launched to bridge the gender gap through socio economic empowerment of women in Nigeria. In March 2018, she was invited to Harvard University to serve as a panelist during their African Development Conference to share her depth of knowledge on the role of women in democracy and how it impacts on business in Africa.

  • Twirling In The Flames: A Collection of Poetry and Prose


    Twirling in the Flames is a collection of poetry and prose about individuals living through the human experiences of love, discomfort and tragedy. The collection takes an unapologetic look at the reality that the human condition is nothing if not an emotional journey, and explores the power of love, and what it does to those who stumble into its grip.

    The pieces in this literary debut are choreographed to share the profundity of everyone’s dance through the fire that life invariably puts in our paths, and to remind us all that we are more fireproof than we think.

  • Knowledge Is The New Gold

    In Knowledge is the New Gold, Stephanie Obi opens the pathway to financial freedom by helping women (and a few bold men) to monetize their knowledge through the creation of profitable online courses.


    This game-changing book is filled with expert tips, tried and tested strategies and proven practical advice which she has gained through launching over 20 online courses across multiple niches. In this book, you will discover how the knowledge you have been taking for granted is actually your goldmine. Stephanie also shares easy-to-implement steps for finding your voice, building a community around your topic and marketing your course online.


    Knowledge is the New Gold demystifies the myths and deeply-held fears that hold women back from using technology to attain financial empowerment. Through this book, Stephanie gives women the tools to live independent and financially free lives while creating impact and opportunities for others. Knowledge is the New Gold is the new guide for women everywhere who want to be more, do more, have more and leave a lasting legacy.

  • Small Business, Big Money: How to Start, Grow and Turn Your Small Business into A Cash Generating Machine

    Give Me Just 3 Hours And I Will Show You How To Start, Grow And Turn Your Small Business Into Your Personal ATM That Will Give You Money On A Daily Basis! Are you planning to start a business? Do you have a small business but you are not making enough money to cover your bills and live the kind of life you want? If you answered YES to any of those questions, this is the most important book you will ever read. Here’s why; In this book, I shared the exact business and marketing techniques I used in starting my business from scratch and turning it into an empire that it has become today. You will discover valuable lessons like… 1. How to decide on the kind of business you should do 2. Why it can be a bad idea to sell what people NEED to buy 3. 7 commandments you must follow before you spend any money on advertising 4. How to get others to promote your business for you for FREE 5 How to price your products and services for maximum profitability 6. 10 factors you should consider before you quit your job to start a business 7.The full story of how I started NairaBET.com And lots more. Read this book, apply the lessons in it and watch your business transform into a cash minting venture. See you at the bank.

  • To My Younger Self

    To My Younger Self is a collection of inspiring letters and stories from business leaders and top professionals in Nigeria, sharing their lessons in business, career and family. Some of the contributors include Ibukun Awosika, Gbengba Oyebode, Betty Irabor, Nike Ogunlesi, Kunle Elebute, amongst others.

    To My Younger Self

  • What Lies Beneath Adorable

    What Lies Beneath Adorable? is an experiential write up on twin boys and also a guide for raising twin children in particular from zero to three years. Ololade Kassim focuses on how her journey to becoming a twin mum started and how she managed her twins from pregnancy till their toddler years.

    She also shares her experience on different aspects of child-care: breast feeding, bathing, dressing up, sterilizing feeding bottles, putting the twins to sleep and much more as well as some tips on how to raise them.

    Her experience, tips, lessons learnt and testimonies shared in this book will be useful for singles, mums-to-be, new mums with singletons, mums with twin children and any other interested reader.

  • Kasali’s Africa


    Kasali Adebayor, a prominent farmer in the city of Akure, a husband of five wives, fancies himself as an activist for good governance while wielding the big stick of patriarchy over his family members. In the fast changing African political landscape Kasali’s family comes under the spotlight; an exposure which – initially appealing and addictive – threatens everything he holds dear and secret. Kasali’s daughter who has been a secret rebel in her father’s Akure enclave visits her aunt in Monrovia, gets drunk on her freedom, and is soon caught in the web of violence that engulfs Liberia’s Glay presidency. Kasali Adebayor, weak against the subtle feminism-inspired request of his of beloved wife Mojisola, ends in a dead end that brings out the worst in him, and begins the end of Kasali’s Africa

    Kasali’s Africa

  • An African Elegy

    Dreams are the currency of Okri’s writing, particularly in this first book of poems, An African Elegy, but also in his books of short stories and prize-winning novel The Famished Road. Okri’s dreams are made on the stuff of Africa’s colossal economic and political problems, and reading the poems is to experience a constant succession of metaphors of resolution in both senses of the word. Virtually every poem contains an exhortation to climb out of the African miasma, and virtually every poem harvests the dream of itself with an upbeat restorative ending’ – Giles Foden, Times Literary Supplement

    An African Elegy

  • Songs Of Enchantment

    Myth and naturalism are combined in the story of Azaro, the spirit-child who lives in an impoverished African village, and the upheavals that he and his family face

  • Star of the New Curfew

    Okri’s world resembles Eliot’s in that it is less a physical than a spiritual state, less a landscape than a soulscape, bleaker in fact than the one found in The Waste Land where there is at least the promise of rain, of hope. In Stars of the New Curfew, horror leads not to hope but to anguish as Okri’s simple-sounding, artfully paratactical sentences first turn into fable and fairy tale, then transmogrify into nightmare. His stories of life without appeal take place against a backdrop of war, rape, and “stupefying heat.” It is not only a world in which, as in Soyinka and Achebe, the modern and the primitive exist side by side; it is a world of fantastic transformations, of skyscrapers sprouting in rural villages, of unending unnavigable marketplaces, of money made more desirable because stored in refrigerators, of rivers literally jammed with swollen, stinking corpses. Okri’s imagination, at once fecund and suppurating, competes with and eventually overcomes a world in which the only constraints appear to be the tyrannical abuses and betrayals of the powerful and the abject terror and desperation of the powerless.

  • The Remains of the Day

    This is Kazuo Ishiguro’s profoundly compelling portrait of Stevens, the perfect butler, and of his fading, insular world in post-World War II England. Stevens, at the end of three decades of service at Darlington Hall, spending a day on a country drive, embarks as well on a journey through the past in an effort to reassure himself that he has served humanity by serving the “great gentleman,” Lord Darlington. But lurking in his memory are doubts about the true nature of Lord Darlington’s “greatness,” and much graver doubts about the nature of his own life.

  • Investment Clubs- How to create wealth beyond your paycheque by investing with others

    This book is not just a book. It is a road-map to a preferred destination. It provides clarity on how to get your finances in order and get started investing. It is a timely guide on how to break average from living from pay cheque to paycheque and make bigger money moves.

    If you need a step by step guide on how best to start, manage and grow an investment club in Africa, you’ll find well thought out and practical answers in this book based on real life stories of those who broke average and invested with others. These real life stories were researched and compiled from multiple countries around the world.

  • Serve Them Right

    Serve them Right: Make a Difference with Customer Interactions is an expertly written customer experience handy guide and manual for businesses serious about developing their capacity and growing their customer base. It is also recommended reading for young professionals in the service industry who want to blaze a trail and go that extra mile to be leaders and changemakers in their field.

    Serve them Right employs various techniques to drive home its point, combining real-life scenarios, examples, lessons, and humour. It underpins the necessity for a healthy service industry in a country whose economic growth depends upon it and lays down the blueprint for achieving this feat.

    Mosun Shasore writes with clarity, deep knowledge and experience of customer service, she covers the many facets of this industry in broad strokes and in great detail. This book will deservedly be looked upon as seminal material for all customer experience managers and practitioners.

    Serve Them Right

  • Unlocking Your Global Relevance

    Life was designed to be lived with a sense of purpose which demands that we make unique and significant contributions to our world by deploying all the vast treasures and resources God has entrusted us with. Unfortunately, most people go through life too busy trying to get things out of life that they have little or no time to give back to life.
    Unlocking Your Global Relevance is specifically designed to help you break out of this mould so you can step into the future that God has already prepared for you by deploying your inherent potentials for maximum impact on earth.
    In the pages of this book, I have posed twenty (20) questions which, if answered objectively, will challenge your current paradigms and unlock the world of treasures within you, setting you on your way to global relevance. The approach is simple: Examining the lives of some distinguished individuals who have made or are currently making significant impact in our world and from their stories, crystallize questions deliberately designed to spark deep introspection for radical change.
    I am fully persuaded that each one of us possesses uncommon treasures within us which if discovered, developed and deployed, have the capacity to change our world forever. And as you will discover, every individual is globally significant but each one of us must take personal responsibility for becoming globally relevant.
    It is my hope that reading this book, among other things, will achieve one goal: “To cause a shift in perspectives that will mark the beginning of an impactful life”. Don’t just read it, live it and teach the principles to others!

  • The Passport of Mallam Ilia


    Published in 1960, twelve years after it was written, the Passport of Mallam Ilia appeals to young readers. It is a story of Mallam Ilia who spent a greater part of his life seeking revenge for wrong done to him by one Usman. Though he was able to avenge the wrong done to him, it came at a very high price. This novel explores themes of trust, betrayal and revenge.

    The Passport of Mallam Ilia is an important classic for both young and old.

  • Children Of Blood And Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

    With four starred reviews, Tomi Adeyemi’s West African-inspired fantasy debut, and instant #1 New York Times Bestseller, conjures a world of magic and danger, perfect for fans of Leigh Bardugo and Sabaa Tahir.

    They killed my mother.
    They took our magic.
    They tried to bury us.

    Now we rise.

    Zélie Adebola remembers when the soil of Orïsha hummed with magic. Burners ignited flames, Tiders beckoned waves, and Zélie’s Reaper mother summoned forth souls.

    But everything changed the night magic disappeared. Under the orders of a ruthless king, maji were killed, leaving Zélie without a mother and her people without hope.

    Now Zélie has one chance to bring back magic and strike against the monarchy. With the help of a rogue princess, Zélie must outwit and outrun the crown prince, who is hell-bent on eradicating magic for good.

    Danger lurks in Orïsha, where snow leoponaires prowl and vengeful spirits wait in the waters. Yet the greatest danger may be Zélie herself as she struggles to control her powers and her growing feelings for an enemy.

  • Seasons Of Crimson Blossoms

    In conservative Northern Nigeria, the salacious affair between 55-year-old widow Binta Zubairu and a 26 year-old weed dealer and political thug with the very unusual name Hassan ‘Reza’ is bound to cause more than a ripple.

    Brought together by some unusual circumstances, both see a need only each other could satisfy. Binta, who before the encounter, is reconciling herself with God, has the need to unshackle herself from the sexual repression that characterised her marriage, and a deprivation that typified her widowhood. But beyond that, there is her desire to redeem herself for the loss of her first son, whose tragic death haunts her still.

  • Love Is Power, or Something Like That

    In these wide-ranging stories, Barrett roams the streets with people from all stations of life. A minor policeman, full of the authority and corruption of his uniform, beats his wife. A family’s fortunes fall from love and wealth to infidelity and poverty as poor choices unfurl over three generations.

  • Swallow

    It is the mid 1980s in Lagos and the government’s War Against Indiscipline and austerity measures are fully in operation. Tolani Ajao is a secretary working at Federal Community Bank. A succession of unfortunate events leads Tolani’s roommate and colleague, Rose, to persuade her to consider drug trafficking as an alternative means of making a living.



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