• Behind the Little Bundles of Joy

    In the book, the following issues were addressed :


    * How to manage the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth and nursing your baby.

    * Debunking various myths people believe about pregnancy and childbirth.

    * How to pick the right nanny for your baby?

    * How husbands can support their wives during pregnancy, labor, and nursing the baby.

    * The never-ending debate on Vaginal birth Vs C- section (the truth and the myth)

    * How organizations can retain human capital and be more inclusive with policies for new parents and much more.

    The book will serve as a manual or guide, and reference material for women and the men that love them and want more positive outcomes for their own childbirth journeys.

  • Oluwashola: The Story of Us

    Oluwashola: The Story of Us


    This is not just a book. It’s Salt’s life. Her sister, Sholly’s life. Her family’s life. In all its perfectly imperfect glory.


    When her baby sister, Oluwashola (Sholly) Arunrayo Adefolalu Gaska died on December 28, 2016, a part of Salt died along with her. She was going crazy and nobody knew it but the God in her.

  • Life Lessons from a Nigerian Wonderwoman

    This book is for the young lady starting out in a male-dominated career. for one who is frightened and in danger of throwing it all away. it is for the privileged, the underdog, the silenced and the heard celebrated and the obscured. it covers a wide range of topics from career to marriage to building a legacy. there are a lot of wise contributions from other Senior Management for richer Career Experience.


    The Life and Times of Mrs. Evelyn Ene: an autobiography of a woman who survived the bullets, bombs, and starvation of the Biafran War. The story takes us through the years of hope and glory in Eastern Nigeria, from when Christianity is first brought to her Igbo people by Missionaries, to the years of death and despair in the most brutal war aided and abetted by the Prime Minister of the land from whence the Missionaries had come.

  • Undisputed Truth: My Autobiography

    The bestseller that has everyone talking.
    In this, his first, autobiography, ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson pulls no punches and lays bare the story of his remarkable life and career. Co-written with Larry Sloman, author of Antony Keidis’s best-selling memoir ‘Scar Tissue’, this is a visceral, and unputdown-able story of a man born and raised to brutality, who reached the heights of stardom before falling to crime, substance abuse and infamy.

  • Out of the Depths

    Out of the Depths are an autobiography, written fiction style with inputs from the author’s family- children, uncle, brother; and friends. It is written in such a way that draws the readers into the life of the author and also entertains them. It subtly passes strong lessons that are very relevant in the world today.

    Out of the Depths

  • In the Grip of Grace

    A revealing story of a young man who navigates through life with a burning desire to make the best of the resources within his reach.

    In the grip of grace is a compelling read that chronicles the beauty of living the ‘village’ life, experiencing the unmistakable hand of the divine and the unusual transformation that comes with a fine blend of personal choices, commitment to excellence and nurtured relationships with the twists and turns of life’s unpredictable course.



    In the Grip of Grace

  • In the name of Victor: Confronting errors with the truth

    In the name of Victor malu is the autobiography of one of Nigeria’s most revered army officers- Lieutenant General Samuel Victor Malu. In this book he talks about his thirty two year experience in the Nigerian army in which he rose to become the chief of army staff in 1999.

  • Battle Hymn of The Tiger Mother

    Witty, entertaining and provocative, this is a unique and important book that will transform your perspective of parenting forever.

  • Awo The Last Conversation

    Oral history has an exalted and treasured place in African tradition. Hence, when oral history transforms to written history, the end product is inevitably invaluable.  If a testimonial to that effect was ever needed, Moses Akin Makinde’s book, AWO: The Last Conversation provides one with its niche, form and philosophical utility.

  • Adenike

    Media personality and founder of Amputees United, Adenike Oyetunde is releasing a new book named after her.

    She’s sharing her inspiring story in the new book. Adenike was 20 when she got the news that would change her life. She was in her sophomore year in the university and was at home one weekend when she slipped and landed on her right knee while doing chores. This caused a pain that defied painkillers. She was eventually taken to the hospital and was told she had a blood clot due to the fall and the limb had to be drained out.

    After this, she went back to school but her condition kept deteriorating. Another x-ray revealed that the clot was still there. This was when she was referred to the National Orthopedic Hospital, Igbobi. She was later diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma (a malignant bone tumor) and was told her right leg had to be amputated to save her life.

    Congratulations, Adenike!


  • My Transition Hours

    In March 2015, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan made one of those courageous and insightful decisions when he stepped forward to acknowledge he had lost his re-election bid. Through that single stroke, President Jonathan raised the bar on office holders in his country and across Africa. This publication is a compilation of President Goodluck Jonathan’s leadership prowess at the helm. It is also a vivid testimony of yet another real life lesson to office holders across this continent of budding democracies-there is life after state House!

    -Dr. CHRISTOPHER FOMUNUNYOH, Senior Associate
    for Africa, National Democratic Institute
    (NDI), USA


    President Jonathan did the Unthinkable in 2015 – he called the opposition candidate to concede an election whose final results had not been announced. He had the capacity to foment trouble., for whatever reason, but chose the path of peace. In this book, he has, in his characteristic simplicity, told a compelling story of his five-year tenure, including his footprints in various sectors of the economy. It is the story of pains and gains, tenacity in the face of adversity, and grass and grace. This undroppable book delivers inspiration from chapter to chapter.

    – SImon Kolawale, Nigerian Journalist and Columnist.


    My Transition Hours

  • My Love Story

    Tina Turner—the long-reigning queen of rock & roll and living legend—sets the record straight about her illustrious career and complicated personal life in this eye-opening and compelling memoir.

    From her early years in Nutbush, Tennessee to her rise to fame alongside Ike Turner to her phenomenal success in the 1980s and beyond, Tina candidly examines her personal history, from her darkest hours to her happiest moments and everything in between.

    My Love Story is an explosive and inspiring story of a woman who dared to break any barriers put in her way. Emphatically showcasing Tina’s signature blend of strength, energy, heart, and soul, this is a gorgeously wrought memoir as enthralling and moving as any of her greatest hits.

    My Love Story

  • Becoming

    In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As First Lady of the United States of America—the first African-American to serve in that role—she helped create the most welcoming and inclusive White House in history, while also establishing herself as a powerful advocate for women and girls in the U.S. and around the world, dramatically changing the ways that families pursue healthier and more active lives, and standing with her husband as he led America through some of its most harrowing moments. Along the way, she showed us a few dance moves, crushed Carpool Karaoke, and raised two down-to-earth daughters under an unforgiving media glare.

    In her memoir, a work of deep reflection and mesmerizing storytelling, Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her—from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address. With unerring honesty and lively wit, she describes her triumphs and her disappointments, both public and private, telling her full story as she has lived it—in her own words and on her own terms.

    Warm, wise, and revelatory, Becoming is the deeply personal reckoning of a woman of soul and substance who has steadily defied expectations—and whose story inspires us to do the same.

  • Lives of Great Men: Living and Loving as an African Gay Man

    From Victoria Island, Lagos to Brooklyn, U.S.A. to Accra, Ghana to Paris, France; from across the Diaspora to the heart of the African continent, in this memoir Nigerian journalist Chike Frankie Edozien offers a highly personal series of contemporary snapshots of same gender loving Africans, unsung Great Men living their lives, triumphing and finding joy in the face of great adversity. On his travels and sojourns Edozien explores the worsening legal climate for gay men and women on the continent; the impact homophobic evangelical American pastors are having in many countries, and its toxic intersection with political populism; and experiences the pressures placed on those living under harshly oppressive laws that are themselves the legacy of colonial rule – pressures that sometimes lead to seeking asylum in the West. Yet he remains hopeful, and this memoir, which is pacy, romantic and funny by turns, is also a love-letter to Africa, above all to Nigeria and the megalopolis that is Lagos.

  • Everything Happens for a Reason: And Other Lies I’ve Loved

    A divinity professor and young mother with a Stage IV cancer diagnosis explores the pain and joy of living without certainty.

    Thirty-five-year-old Kate Bowler was a professor at the school of divinity at Duke, and had finally had a baby with her childhood sweetheart after years of trying, when she began to feel jabbing pains in her stomach. She lost thirty pounds, chugged antacid, and visited doctors for three months before she was finally diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer.

    As she navigates the aftermath of her diagnosis, Kate pulls the reader deeply into her life, which is populated with a colorful, often hilarious collection of friends, pastors, parents, and doctors, and shares her laser-sharp reflections on faith, friendship, love, and death. She wonders why suffering makes her feel like a loser and explores the burden of positivity. Trying to relish the time she still has with her son and husband, she realizes she must change her habit of skipping to the end and planning the next move. A historian of the “American prosperity gospel”–the creed of the mega-churches that promises believers a cure for tragedy, if they just want it badly enough–Bowler finds that, in the wake of her diagnosis, she craves these same “outrageous certainties.” She wants to know why it’s so hard to surrender control over that which you have no control. She contends with the terrifying fact that, even for her husband and child, she is not the lynchpin of existence, and that even without her, life will go on.

    On the page, Kate Bowler is warm, witty, and ruthless, and, like Paul Kalanithi, one of the talented, courageous few who can articulate the grief she feels as she contemplates her own mortality.

  • The Autobiography of Gucci Mane

    For the first time Gucci Mane tells his story in his own words. It is the captivating life of an artist who forged an unlikely path to stardom and personal rebirth. Gucci Mane began writing his memoir in a maximum-security federal prison. Released in 2016, he emerged radically transformed. He was sober, smiling, focused, and positive—a far cry from the Gucci Mane of years past.

  • I Called Him Dad

    I Called Him Dad

    To stop the molestation of the girl child that is now prevalent in our society,  Fatima Ishiaku decided to speak out to tell her story, not for gains or popularity but to let people know that the girl child molestation and abuse are real.

    She was sexually abused before the age of five, till she was  fourteen years old. At age five he was using his finger on me, at seven that was when he started penetrating inside of me. How I almost killed myself, how I lived on alcohol, how my mother treated me so badly.

    I Called Him Dad

  • ALEX FERGUSON My Autobiography: The autobiography of the legendary Manchester United manager (Paperback)

    Sir Alex Ferguson’s compelling story is always honest and revealing he reflects on his managerial career that embraced unprecedented European success for Aberdeen and 26 triumphant seasons with Manchester United.

    Sir Alex Ferguson’s best-selling autobiography has now been updated to offer reflections on events at Manchester United since his retirement as well as his teachings at the Harvard Business School, a night at the Oscars and a boat tour round the Hebrides, where he passed unrecognised.

  • Omotoyosi: Memoir of An African Child


    Omotoyosi: Memoir of an African Child, is an inspirational autobiography of triumph against all odds. It is the story of Toyosi Craig, who rose from a challenging background to become a sort after renewable energy expert and an innovator with many international recognitions.

  • My Life in Red and White: My Autobiography


    In My Life in Red and White, Wenger charts his extraordinary career, including his rise in France and Japan where he managed Nancy, Monaco and Nagoya Grampus Eight (clubs that also play in red-and-white, like Arsenal!) to his 22 years at the helm of an internationally renowned club from 1996 onwards.

    This book will illuminate the mystique surrounding one of the most revered and successful manager’s life story, strategy and vision in the world’s most popular sport.


    My Life in Red and White: My Autobiography

  • Riding The Storms With God In My Sails – Paperback

    It is an epic story of the travails and triumphs of a two-time Military Governor, a Naval Chief, and a Member of General Abacha’s Provisional Ruling Council (PRC). It is a record of unblemished service of a patriot that served with fearlessness and integrity. Although it is a written account of his own life, the book is invaluable historical documents and succinct annals of the Nigerian military-political interplay over three decades.

  • Through It All: Memoir of My Many Trials & Triumphs

    Through It All is the title of a book written by Kola Olugbodi. He used it as an instrument of encouragement and hope for those going through life challenges. He used several woes and troubles he has suffered from his childhood to adulthood to encourage others: living with disability from age 2, cope with stigmatization. Growing up, Kola resigned from his job in a bank after escaping from a fraud allegation by the whiskers. He decided to become an entrepreneur, but he got his hands burnt and roasted several times. He eventually set up a commodity business that seemed to have been doing well but eventually nose-dived and lands Kola is very huge debts and a court case.

  • Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter (Hardcover)

    In his early twenties Curtis Jackson, known as 50 Cent rose to the heights of fame and power in the cutthroat music business. A decade ago the multi-platinum selling rap artist decided to pivot. His ability to adapt to change was demonstrated when he became the executive producer and star of Power, a high-octane, gripping crime drama centered around a drug kingpin’s family. The series quickly became “appointment” television, leading to Jackson inking a four-year, $150 million contract with the Starz network—the most lucrative deal in premium cable history.

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