My favorite blogger, NaijaSingleGirl, will be joining the lovely people over at Okada books for an interview on Twitter tomorrow.
In my opinion this is a long overdue development. I also hope 2017 is the year NSG decides to come out in all her natural haired glory.
The author of one of my favorite reads of 2016, “29, Single & Nigerian” and an awesome supporter of this blog . She was the first author to offer a review copy for this blog. After I basically begged the world for help in this post. It’s amazing how much things have changed since then and I get warm fuzzies when I see this book breaking new records and topping charts.
Her blog is beyond hilarious and, now that i think about it, it’s one of the longest relationship I’ve had in my adult life. God help me!!
I suggest you set your alarms and reminders. As this promises, at the very least, to be a fun-filled session.
29, Single & Nigerian
29-year-old Edikan has lived her whole life in abject poverty. When she departs her hometown in Ikot Ansa for Lagos, her expectations are high.
A roof over head, a high paying job and a man she can finally call her own tops her priority. Months after, she is forced to grapple with the reality that the city of her dreams is not all that. With constant pressure from her family, the stigma associated with being unmarried and dark memories haunting from her past; days become nights and nights become torture.
29, Single & Nigerian is an emotional, gripping, mesmerizing and humorous tale of survival you won’t forget in a hurry.