Why Negative Book Reviews Aren’t So Bad (Plus, 4 Things You Can Do About Them)

You have invested precious time and resources in writing a book and finally, you proceed to bless the world with ...
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Exploring the Supernatural with Mmirinzo by Achalugo Chioma Ezekobe (A Review)

About the Author: Author of Mmirinzo Achalugo Chioma Ezekobe studied Law at the University of Lagos. Her work cuts across ...
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On-screen Adaptations of Books by Lola Shoneyin and Wole Soyinka Coming to Netflix Soon

If you have read 'The Secret Lives of Baba Segi's Wives' by Lola Shoneyin, then an on-screen adaptation might excite ...
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Book Clubs in Nigeria Gist: Here’s What 6 Book Clubs are Currently Reading (June)

Finding book clubs in Nigeria was almost impossible a while back. Now, you can find and join book clubs from ...
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Chinelo Okparanta Brings the Systemic Misogyny and Biases Against Minority Groups to Light in ‘Happiness, Like Water’

Author's Bio: Chinelo Okparanta is a Nigerian-American short story writer born in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. Her story "America" was short-listed for the ...
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5 of the Best Writing Contests You Can Enter for this June

Writing contests provide an avenue for healthy competition and opportunities for writers. More so, they are surefire ways to express ...
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Achieve Deeper Reading with these 4 Practical Steps

Reading a book is very much the equivalent of driving on the road. Some spots you stop at, some you ...
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In Praise Of Pages – Inspired by Franz Kafka

Wash your eyes clean in a book, hang it back in the sky. This is just about what a book ...
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An In-depth Review of ‘Hearts & Homes’ by Tomi Adesina

If Hearts & Homes by Tomi Adesina had been a movie, I imagine Laleh's Some Die Young wafting into the ...
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