As 2020 draws to a close, we’re taking some time to pause and reflect on a year that has been strange and challenging in a myriad of ways.
What happens after a young girl born in a strictly religious home to emotionally unavailable parents is sexually abused by close relatives?
In Ozoemena (No More Weeping), Opia-Enwemuche Maxwell Onyemaechi uses the armament of poetry to continue a long tradition of telling and retelling of a history that is deliberately suppressed by politically motivated revisionist and distortionist.
I’ve watched Nigeria dissolving into a delirium story. The dead at the threshold, descended into the forgetfulness of our blue memories, with their indigo eyes and their silver glances into the hearts of the living.
‘The Journey’ takes you on an interesting journey through beautifully and carefully written words that explore themes on life, love and growth. It furnishes you with something to pause and think about, which is what I was able to feel with every word in the book.
The Journey to SELF is a book that will encourage you to practice the discipline of self-discovery and development. The more you reflect on your life the deeper you look into your inner self. Here, you find what happiness truly means to you.
“Rape is Rape!” is our own way of telling the world we’re not blind to the disturbing rage of rape, even when our voices seem subdued by its rampant nature.