Friday, April 6, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Ufuomaee

Hello all,

It's Friday again, and today, for our #FridayFeature we get to meet the inspirational Ufuomaee.

Let's get to know her in 10 questions below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

My full name is Ufuoma Emerhor-Ashogbon. Ufuoma means Peace and Ufuomaee is just my name and initials before marriage. I also go by Ufuoma E-Ashogbon.

Friday, March 23, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Karo Oforofuo

Hello all,

It's FriYay (just in case, Friday and Yay), so we get to meet another author today for our #FridayFeature... it's none other than the interesting Karo Oforofuo.

Let's get to know her in 10 questions below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

My name is Oghenekaro Oforofuo. But Karo for short. Oghenekaro means God first. Oghene - God. Karo - First, while Oforofuo means - thoroughly Clean. I don't have a pen name.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Review: Hers To Tell

Book Description:

Born with OCA1b, Cara Ella Smith couldn't be more different from her sisters. The need to move far away from family lands her in Miami, where she becomes a writer. Her first novel indirectly aids Detective Abram Jonah in the arrest of a vile human being, and she becomes a target as a result. On the day of her 8th book signing event, she is almost run down by a vehicle, which she narrowly avoids because she is pulled away from the road by a dashing hunk, Jet Meyer. There is a nagging fear that tugs at her. Jet is hiding something. He skillfully evades personal questions that Cara asks him. Cara is plagued with anxiety and nightmares from her near-death experience, but deep down, she knows that her distress has more to do with Jet than the incident.


Friday, March 9, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku

Hello all,

You know what day it is already, so let me present today's lovely #FridayFeature author... Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku.

Let's get to know her in 10 questions below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

I don’t use a pen name. And my first name means star.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Short Story Preview: Not A Word

Hello readers,

I hope you all are doing great, and welcome to the beautiful month of March!

Since I have a lot of interesting short stories I have written over the years, some of which have been accumulating dust on my laptop, I decided to share some more while waiting for the something big that's coming.

Not A Word - available on pre-order and to be released on 3/3/18

Unfortunately, this one isn't free, like the others, but you can get it for as low as 50 Naira from Okadabooks and 99 cents on other international platforms... I promise you it'll be worth it.

Short Story description:
Dare suspects his wife of cheating and seeks counsel from his friends for a solution. He comes up with a plan to catch her red handed, but what he discovers is way more than he expected.


I have also added a free preview below. Enjoy! Share! Comment! And please get a copy :)

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Review: A Conspiracy of Ravens

Book Description:

In the Niger Delta creeks of Southern Nigeria, nine expatriates are being held hostage by militants fighting for control over the resources from their land. At the same time, a series of seemingly unconnected events rock the country.

Alex Randa, an agent of the Department of State Services, a celebrated hostage negotiator with a compelling record of successes is tasked by the president to secure the release of the hostages; and to also uncover the sponsors behind the militants. With nothing to go on but the phrase 'Operation Raven', her instincts, and three unlikely allies, Alex quickly learns that nothing is what it seems. Together, they must race against time to save not just the hostages but a nation on the brink of a bloody Civil War.


Friday, February 23, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Emem Bassey

Hello all,

So it's another Friday and a good day to meet a new author. Today's #FridayFeature author is the talented Emem Bassey.

It's not every time we get to meet two Emems in a row, so we must be lucky.

Let's get to know Emem in 10 questions below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

My name is Emem Bassey...meaning Peace, well Bassey is a supposedly royal name in the Ibibio tribe, some people allude to it meaning God, but I'm not sure.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

New Book Trailer - Mama, It's Me!

Hello readers,

I hope you all are doing well.

So the something BIG I hinted at before is finally coming... on 15/05/2018.

Now I surely know that I have an endless pit of imaginations; here's why: my upcoming book, which was cooked up last year, 2017, from June to September is not just an ordinary story, but a story of the BEFORE LIFE. Yes, the BEFORE LIFE...

It's about a baby's journey from womb to world, narrated from the baby's point of view... in other words, the baby wrote the book, that's why the baby's name is used as the author's name.

So this isn't just an ordinary super talented, youngest author in the world kind of baby, it's all of that plus MY baby! Yes, it's my story with a twist to it.

Please watch the trailer HERE, #Enjoy and #Share.

You can pre-order your copy on Smashwords, Amazon, Okadabooks, Barnes&Noble, and other ebook distribution platforms. You can also read a sample of the book on those websites.

I hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I loved writing it... it's my baby's book after all. I have to love it.

Since it's a story of love... a love of father, mother and child... Happy Valentine's Day!!!

Thanks a lot,

Friday, February 9, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Emem Uko

Hello all,

It's another beautiful Friday, and we get to meet the beautiful Emem Uko for today's #FridayFeature.

Let's get to know her in 10 questions below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

Emem Uko. Emem means Peace in the Annang dialect of Akwa Ibom State.

Friday, February 2, 2018

2018 Giveaway - Free Ebook of your choice!

Hello all,

This year, I'll be giving away a lot of free ebooks in order to promote reading culture. This month, 150 readers will have the opportunity to read one of my books for free :).

Want to play? It's easy.

Go to any of these my social media pages and reply to the giveaway post telling me which of my books you would like to read this year.

I'll send a copy of the free ebook to the first 150 replies (50 per platform). Please don't reply on all platforms, so that you can give others a chance to read a free book this year.

Do you have one of my books in mind? Hurry now, this giveaway lasts for only one week.

#GoodLuck and please #Share this with all the readers you know.

Until next giveaway, happy reading!


Sunday, January 28, 2018

Short Story: The Other Face

Hello readers,

I hope you all are doing great!

It's been a while I've posted anything, especially short stories, but it's because I've been working on some other big stories. So, here's something small until the something big comes.

You can read the story below.

Short Story description:
A couple is troubled by their daughter’s erratic behaviour, but have no clue what is causing it. With help, they finally get to the bottom of the problem, which comes with a shocking revelation.

Friday, January 26, 2018

#FridayFeature: Meet The Author - Chinelo Mgbeadichie

Hello All,

It's been a while we had the #FridayFeature, but this year, it's going to be different... I believe. I have had the opportunity to meet A LOT of fabulous authors out there, and I want you all to discover them, so we should have a busy year discovering them. So, today's #FridayFeature author is the one and only, funny and lovely Chinelo Mgbeadichie.

Let's get to know her in 10 questions. See her responses below.

1/ What’s your name (Pen name if different), and what does it mean?

I am Miss Chinelo Mgbeadichie. Chinelo means ‘God my Counselor’ and Mgbeadichie is interpreted as ‘Restoration, or replacement. What the locust has eaten has been restored.’