Amanda Edebiri is an orphan. A career woman who has set her mind on the fact that there is no such thing as love. She sets her focus on her education, career and finding her mom. She never expected love to show up suddenly. Jenny Ogbe is a nurse at St Mary hospital, whose heart is set on her love that was lost. The only key to her happiness is to find her lost love.


First Aid Guide is the essential resource for appropriate immediate response in medical emergencies for everyone. It contains over 80 emergency situations written in easy-to-understand language and coloured illustrations, the information is vital especially in areas with poor access to emergency medical care. It is also my hope that it drives the availability and training of lay persons in the use of response devices like first aid boxes, automated electronic defibrillators and fire extinguishers in public buildings. All these make this book a must-have and must-read.


Creative advice for thriving in any career For many workers in companies today building a career is a difficult task. Young educated professionals entering the workforce worry about keeping up with the changing requirements for their positions. Those who have built a career foundation over several years are concerned about whether they can survive as companies reinvent their corporate missions and business strategies. The bottom line is that almost everyone can use help.

The Success Principle provides that help. Designed for professionals in the 20-45 year old age group, this innovative title isolates the key for personal success and shows anyone how to grow and thrive in their career in today’s rough and tumble business world.

Based upon a unique study of over 450 successful professionals, The Success Principle also shares their success stories and shows how many of them used the key elements of The Success Principle to maximize their career success. The Success Principle is one book that belongs in every working person’s library.


Dear Reader,
When I found myself experiencing a motherhood that I never expected, one that I was terrified of living, I didn’t know how I would carry on being ‘normal’. I didn’t know how much I would long for people to say my son Teddy’s name, to not treat him like he didn’t exist. Maybe you’re in this boat too, or maybe you want to support someone who is? Whatever your reason, I hope our story goes a little way to help.
Love, Elle

What do you do when the unthinkable happens?

Elle Wright had an admittedly easy pregnancy – her scans went well, she and her baby were healthy throughout, and in May 2016, she and her husband welcomed their son, Teddy, into the world.

Just a few hours after giving birth, they woke to find a nurse holding a cold and unresponsive Teddy, who had stopped breathing during the night. The happiest day of Elle’s life had turned into every parent’s worst nightmare, and she had to let her beautiful baby boy go. Three days after delivering him into the world, Elle sat with Teddy in her arms as he took his last breaths, and tucked him in for the final time.

Ask Me His Name is a moving account of Elle’s pregnancy, Teddy’s life, and what happens when a mother leaves a hospital with empty arms. In the UK, 1 in 4 pregnancies end in loss, but conversations about the heartbreakingly frequent issue of baby loss are few and far between. In this honest, beautifully written and hopeful exploration of mothering, Elle explores how she navigated a parenthood that no one had prepared her for.


FIGHTING LIONS is a good read, a comprehensive documentation of the Dele Momodu intervention in our current political journey. The author has constructed a fantastic narrative about a significant episode in our country’s democratic journey even if from a personal viewpoint. The material is quite informative, educative and revelatory, particularly those encounters with certain media workers, potential supporters, and leadership of Labour Party. It will anger some people who are mentioned or whose identities are appropriated in the narratives but then that is expected in a script of this nature. It is angry in part, but again, that comes with the nature of the material- the author is a participant in the narrative he has constructed. But overall, this is a very significant contribution to the rare body of literature on our nascent democratic experiment. – Jahman Anikulapo-Oladejo

The author told a gripping story that holds the reader’s attention to the very end. – Molara Wood

From Nigeria’s youngest presidential campaign manager ever, FIGHTING LIONS is the epic tale of an audacious and unconventional Presidental campaign. A must read! – Raymond Dokpesi Jnr.


When the story of the revolution that ushered in a new political day in Nigeria is eventually told, none of the main dramatic personae would forget the sterling roles played by the ever-vibrant Nigerian media. But among the largely fair and patriotic reportage and analyses Dele Momodu’s column, Pendulum, published every Saturday by ThisDay, is among these outstanding few. Not only has this column over the years helped set many a national socio-political agenda, it has become the virtual weekend tonic for millions of Nigerians for its forthright, often unabashed opinions about varied national and international issues. Mercurial, incisive, passionate and hugely patriotic, Dele’s weekly opus is thoroughly intelligent and ready to tell the truth to anyone no matter whose ox is gored.

LT. General Theophilus Danjuma (RTD)


Not every journalist begins his career with an entree in the nature of a big bang. Journalistic careers tend to take long, and windy route of much obscurity and misfortune, rejection and despair, and then, slowly, and accidentally, the career takes an upswing and the journalist is made and born. Exceptions to this rule are rare, and they remain true to that form exceptions. Dele Momodu whose book you are holding and about to read would qualify as one of such exceptions… How Momodu got to this stage in his career is in part the content of this book. How Nigeria became in the 90s a country where the best and brightest head for the border to escape imprisonment, or frustration or poverty: How the best and the brightest, not wanting this option choose the alternatives of fraud, deception by all means, abandonment of principles, cynicism and anger: How Nigeria in the 90s became a playfield of hate, assassination, murder, power-rage, an atomistic society, adrift, lost and depleted: that is the focus of this book.

Reuben Abati


Faith and Governance: Politics and Spirituality in Nation-Building is a collection of published articles on the twin subject of faith and governance. The book is divided into three parts. The first part under the heading, Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence contains articles on some dangerous doctrinal positions in the Church and the need for spiritual awareness in this season. The second part, under the title, Christianity and Nation-Building is made up articles that speak to Christianity in Nigeria and the role the Church is meant to play in nation-building. The third part, Governance et’al, contains thoughts on a number of governance issues in Nigeria and across the globe such as corruption, global migration, brexit etc.

Part One: Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence This part comprises of articles that draw attention to the season we are in and the need for Christians to be spiritually aware and intelligent in order not to be deceived or lag behind God’s agenda. It also contains articles that attempt to address certain dangerous doctrinal positions in the Nigerian Church that could cause the average believer to be deceived, among other articles meant to encourage and inspire Christians.

Part Two: Christianity and Nation-Building The articles in this part focus mostly on the social responsibility of the Church in Nigeria. It contains three-part articles on the role of the church in nation-building. These articles particularly focus on how the church is poised to contributing immensely to national development. Unfortunately, the church is not doing as much, which is largely responsible for the current state of our country. There are other articles on Pentecostalism in Nigeria, our brand of Christianity, which I referred to as Third World Christianity, as well as others meant to correct wrong application of Scriptures.

Part Three: Governance Et’al This part of the book contains articles that express the author’s thoughts on a number of governance issues in Nigeria and a few across the world. The subjects addressed include corruption in Nigeria’s governance system, illegal migration and its attendant challenges in different parts of the world and governance under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari among others.


Life is a collection of stories, many choose to tell it, others feel otherwise. This is a book about responding to challenges in children . And the fact is, every child has a challenge. Some are social, others physical while others are difficult to define. Irede had a medical peculiarity. That was a crisis and source of concern. The parents had a choice to make. Thankfully their response made a difference. The parents used the combination of faith, medical research and social support to respond to this crisis. They made a decision and got a result. Today, that decision has made a difference in their lives and countless others. God gives his special people special children. He does so because he knows they will act rightly. A child with a disability isn’t a crisis, rather it’s an opportunity. That’s the story of Irede


What does the Biblical story of Nathan and David say about effective communication skills? How do you identify the Raja Bhoj, the Gangu Teli and the Shekchilli in your office? What is the corporate equivalent of an Ashwamedha yajna? Drawing from sources as diverse as the Mahabharata and the Bible, the Vikram-Betal stories, the Iliad and the Odyssey, Islamic tenets, the tales of rishis and kings, and fables from around the world, Devdutt Pattanaik, India’s leading mythologist, provides a fascinating account of what leadership entails. How to choose the right leader, effectively communicate with a boss, maintain the right balance between discipline and leniency? In these and other workplace situations, Pattanaik shows what leaders of today can learn about the art of leadership from stories written thousands of years ago, things no management course can teach. Leader: 50 Insights from Mythology uses myths and legends to arrive at wisdom that is both time-worn and refreshingly new, on what makes a good leader.


A fascinating and comprehensive look into the life of American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, now with an afterword.

“Deep-dish…sharp-clawed…honestly admiring.”—New York Times

There are at least two Ralph Laurens.

To the public he’s a gentle, modest, yet secure and purposeful man. Inside the walls of Polo Ralph Lauren, though, he was long seen by some as a narcissist, an insecure ditherer, and, at times, a rampaging tyrant.

Michael Gross, author of the bestsellers Model and 740 Park, lays bare the truths of this fashion emperor’s rise, and reveals not only the secrets of his meteoric success in marketing our shared fantasies, but also a widely unknown side that’s behind the designer’s chic façade.


A dazzlingly accomplished debut collection explores the ties that bind parents and children, husbands and wives, lovers and friends to one another and to the places they call home.

In “Who Will Greet You at Home,” a National Magazine Award finalist for The New Yorker, A woman desperate for a child weaves one out of hair, with unsettling results. In “Wild,” a disastrous night out shifts a teenager and her Nigerian cousin onto uneasy common ground. In “The Future Looks Good,” three generations of women are haunted by the ghosts of war, while in “Light,” a father struggles to protect and empower the daughter he loves. And in the title story, in a world ravaged by flood and riven by class, experts have discovered how to “fix the equation of a person” – with rippling, unforeseen repercussions.

Evocative, playful, subversive, and incredibly human, What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky heralds the arrival of a prodigious talent with a remarkable career ahead of her.


“At a time when the world is steeped in violence and covered with encroaching darkness and strife, it is normal to respond with negative proclamations. But rather than create a world worse than what you already see with your mouth, it’s time to CONFESS – the God way and bring light into every darkness. Let’s Godfess and bring positive change with the fruits of our lips!

God’fession is a daily prayer devotional with a topical approach written in the “First person”, which has the word and promises of God, and a faith booster. This book will help you help you cultivate an awareness of your spiritual blessings and the limitless power of God.

God’fession 2 is second of four compilations of inspired confessions of God’s promises. This book will help you cultivate an awareness of your spiritual blessings and the limitless power of God as well as enable you grow stronger in your faith, as you establish the truth of God’s word over you and your household through declarations.

Start Godfessing! Your Change is here!”


In a world fraught with evil, encroaching darkness, violence, strife, confusion, attacks on families, failing finances, and health, distractions and emotional instability, man’s usual reaction is that of despondency and negative proclamations. In the beginning, when God saw the darkness that covered the face of the earth, He decreed what He wanted to see rather than agree with what He saw. Since we are made in His image, rather than confessing the problem (darkness) we are to confess the solution (the Word) thereby transforming darkness to light. Believing and confessing are an important part of our Christian walk. What becomes manifest in our lives depends on our faith and confession God’fessions is the first of four compilations of inspired confessions of God’s promises. This book will help you cultivate an awareness of your spiritual blessings and the limitless power of God as well as enable you grow stronger in your faith, as you establish the truth of God’s word over you and your household through your declarations.


The aim of the book is to make people reflect on their lives, discover their self and where their worth comes from and live a joyful and peaceful life. It doesn’t have to be complicated. What truly is the meaning of life? Truly, what is life without God? ‘Why does our generation still feel so lost inside? Why do so many young people battle suicidal thoughts daily? You are told to go to school, get a job, get married and make money, and yet you still feel empty inside? Why? Yes, these things are amazing but what really is the meaning of life? Living A Meaning Life is about everything life: purpose, love, relationships, marriage, and family. Life is a gift from God, and our gift back to Him is what we do with it. You are uniquely designed for something special and specific. The relationships we have, goals we make, things we accomplish, our challenges are all part of our existence, and we need to know what shapes us to live a meaningful life and to impact our generation. Each chapter is packed with practical techniques, ideas and easy to implement action steps. You will also find life inspiring real- life success stories. This book will stay with you long after you have put it down. It is more than a self- help book, but it will empower readers to engage with God on a level that will change every aspect of their lives and see life through His perspective, and not from what the world has coined right. My prayer is that this book conveys answers to some real- life questions and situations people might be facing and lives shall be transformed. I pray that it inspires you to discover what treasures lie within, develop yourself and make a difference. “Life and destiny is like a journey. Dive in and discover how to make every minute of it meaningful.” Why You Should Read This ✓ Self-Development Learn everything from discovering your purpose, setting achievable goals, and developing the discipline to achieve goals that lead to a life of excellence. ✓ Confronting Challenges How do you make lemonade when life gives you lemons? Learn what it takes to make a comeback from a hard time, deal with life complex choices and live a life of forgiveness. ✓ Handling Relationships In a world where sex is a fingertip away – what does it mean to develop a long lasting godly relationship? How do you build and strike that perfect balance between your romantic and platonic relationships?


Little Black Book is THE book of the year for working women with drive’ Refinery 29

The essential career handbook for creative working women.

‘A compact gem’ Stylist

Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women is the modern career guide every creative woman needs, whether you’re just starting out or already have years of experience. Packed with fresh ideas and no-nonsense practical advice, this travel-sized career handbook is guaranteed to become your go-to resource when it comes to building the career you want.

Writer Otegha Uwagba (one of Forbes European 30 Under 30) takes you through everything you need to build a successful self-made career: from how to negotiate a payrise to building a killer personal brand, via a crash course in networking like a pro, and tips for overcoming creative block. Plus Little Black Bookis full of indispensable advice on how to thrive as a freelancer, and an entire chapter dedicated to helping you master the tricky art of public speaking.

With contributions from trailblazing creative women including acclaimed author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Refinery29 co-founder Piera Gelardi, The Gentlewoman‘s Editor in Chief Penny Martin, and many more, Little Black Book is a curation of essential wisdom and hard-won career insights. Whether you’re a thinker, a maker, an artist or an entrepreneur, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for your working life here.


Published twice a year, Radiant is a thoughtful health magazine dedicated to the discerning African woman and her journey to wellness through health, beauty and culture.


In a country where democracy has become a tool for the privileged few, who constitute the political class, to degrade the vast majority of the population, _CLASS ETHNICITY & DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA _captures the initial source of the Nigerian class division, sufferings and poverty, having undertaken a cursory dissection of the First Republic and why it failed.


As enlightening as The Facebook Effect, Elon Musk, and Chaos Monkeys—the compelling, behind-the-scenes story of the creation of one of the most essential applications ever devised, and the rag-tag team that built it and changed how we navigate the world

Never Lost Again chronicles the evolution of mapping technology—the “overnight success twenty years in the making.” Bill Kilday takes us behind the scenes of the tech’s development, and introduces to the team that gave us not only Google Maps but Google Earth, and most recently, Pokémon GO.

He takes us back to the beginning to Keyhole—a cash-strapped startup mapping company started by a small-town Texas boy named John Hanke, that nearly folded when the tech bubble burst. While a contract with the CIA kept them afloat, the company’s big break came with the first invasion of Iraq; CNN used their technology to cover the war and made it famous. Then Google came on the scene, buying the company and relaunching the software as Google Maps and Google Earth. Eventually, Hanke’s original company was spun back out of Google, and is now responsible for Pokémon GO and the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

Kilday, the marketing director for Keyhole and Google Maps, was there from the earliest days, and offers a personal look behind the scenes at the tech and the minds developing it. But this book isn’t only a look back at the past; it is also a glimpse of what’s to come. Kilday reveals how emerging map-based technologies including virtual reality and driverless cars are going to upend our lives once again.

Never Lost Again shows us how our worldview changed dramatically as a result of vision, imagination, and implementation. It’s a crazy story. And it all started with a really good map.