• The Soul of Sabunda : A Reflection of the Biafra Civil War

    Almost half a century has passed since the Nigerian Civil War ended. But memories die hard. This book is a reflection of the Biafra Civil War that revealed the many secret evils by some sorts of presumed superpowers which led to the shackles of darkness in that part of the world till date.

    It is a fictional Story based on true life story. Biafra’s war was modern Africa’s first extended conflict. It will satisfy anyone that reads this novel to bear in mind that, even through the valley of darkness, “the rising sun” will always come from the East.

  • Love is Beautiful When in Bloom

    There are seven short stories in this collection and they focus on love. Although they’re not specifically set in Nigeria, they are primarily about Nigerian protagonists. In Full Circle, an unhealthy relationship ends and a new one begins accidentally, the story is set in Nigeria. The Kiss That Meant Nothing is an intimate monologue from a lesbian about her unrequited love. A Rose in Bloom is about self-discovery. When a young single mother befriends a slightly older woman, she realizes she is attracted to her.

    In Can I Still Love You? a young man, hurt and heartbroken, encounters his ex and is motivated to fight for their relationship. A Binding Encounter is a story that deals with friendship, grief and the consequences of an unplanned pregnancy from a one night stand, but with a happy ending.

  • Chasing Fate

    What begins as a budding friendship in their native Nigeria soon sets the stage for more. The moment Nadia meets Anthony they become fast friends. When it is time for him to return to the U.S. after visiting his family, he promises to help Nadia should she ever get the opportunity to travel.

    Three years later, that opportunity presents itself. But the long-awaited visit to the States does not go as planned and Nadia is left to fend for herself. When she finally reconnects with Anthony, they spend a lovely weekend together and all seems fine until it is not. Anthony is set to marry another, and Nadia is left pregnant and without the man she loves.

    Her heartache opens an opportunity for her to find solace with Nick, an American man who gives her everything she has ever dreamt of, including the love she thought she would never have with Anthony gone. When a car accident takes her husband’s life, Nadia finds herself alone again. But a strange twist of events places her in an awkward position where she is forced to choose between helping the man who broke her heart or losing the most important people in her life.

    With more than fifteen years of heartache and a child between them, how will Nadia make this near-impossible choice, and at what cost?

    Chasing Fate

  • The Place Beyond Her Dreams

    2021 National Indie Excellence Awards Winner in Young Adult Fiction!

    Set against the backdrop of two warring towns, Oby Aligwekwe’s Young Adult debut—told from the viewpoint of her main character—is inspired by her West African heritage, fables, and spiritual beliefs. Ona’s journey reveals the power of choice, the true source of happiness, and, most importantly, the transformation one must go through to realize and eventually occupy their purpose.

    At the sudden death of her grandfather, Ona’s pain transports her to mystical Luenah—a place of infinite possibilities, free of turf wars and other ills that plague the earthly dimension she lives in. In Luenah, where her grandfather awaits her, Ona learns she is an Eri, one bestowed with unique intuitive and spiritual gifts passed down from generation-to-generation.


    On her eighteenth birthday, she returns to Luenah and is handed a box to deposit her ‘exchange’ for love and happiness—her greatest desires. Burdened by her quest, Ona crosses paths with danger and heartbreak as the two men that love her dearly are viciously pitted against each other. As evil looms, she learns that dreams carry a hefty price, and no one is who they seem. Now, she must unmask the villain and save the one she loves, even at the risk of losing everything she holds dear.

  • The Dead Do Talk

    The past months have been the worst Amiphany, a researcher has ever lived, so she decides to take a trip to the village of Boshi for research work, so she tells herself, but this is her escape from the reality she denies. She wants to find a new life in Boshi, to forget about Wukie, her forever love. Except, Wukie is in Boshi, he still wants her and can’t let go. But he is not human here.

    Boshi welcomes her, but Amiphany finds their ways mundane, deceptive, and manipulating her to believe in spirits and ghosts. We all come to leave, for earth is not ours. The question is, Do you believe in ghosts?

    The Dead Do Talk

  • Taken for Granted

    Socialite wife and mother, Ameenah Adegoke has everything a Muslimah could ever wish for: beauty, brains and a loving family. Everything is going well, until she places her trust in the wrong person, and a catastrophic event threatens all that she holds dear.

    The only way to regain a fraction of what she’s lost is to tow a path she’s shunned her entire life.

    Taken for Granted is an emotionally gripping and suspense-filled novel that will leave you asking for more.

    Taken for Granted

  • Triumph

    ‘Triumph’ is about three friends; Chinonye, Folake and Patricia who come at crossroads in life and in their individual journey they understand their victory in Christ Jesus. Chinonye is diagnosed with cancer and her daughter’s unhealthy behaviour doesn’t help matters.

    Patricia has been childless for five years and her mother-in-law gives her troubles while John, her husband, becomes a man she does not recognize.

    Folake on the other hand is a single mother who barely escaped an abusive marriage. It however seems like her past always tries to catch up with her.


  • Jungle Dance

    Jungle Dance is a novel she has described as a reflection of her corporate journey of almost fifteen years. It captures feelings of despondency, rejection and confusion interlaced with the triumphs, friendship and love that two women experienced in their corporate journeys.

    The story is set in Accra and Lagos – two cities, though different with huge similarities.

    Jungle Dance

  • Brimstones and Rainbows: Memoirs of a Child Bride


    In this intriguing realistic fiction, Ruby, an orphaned child bride who suffered from Obstetric Fistula, a debilitating childbirth complication, became stigmatized and ostracized from her community. Having lost everything in the village of Ojiji, Ruby set out to the city of Eko on a path to healing and recovery and a chance of finding what lies on the other side of the rainbow.


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