Books Of April – The Month Of Debuts

Ouida Books - Stay With Me - Ayobami Adebayo

Hey guys, Welcome To April!! It’s time to introduce you to exciting new releases by African Authors. This month is kinda special to me because both of the books on this list have been on my mind since 2016 and I am so excited that I’ll get to smell at least one of them before the month ends. Yipee!! The books of April are both by Nigerian Women, both debuts, and both by brilliant writers. I have read most of Stay With Me by Ayobami Adebayo already if you consider listening to it reading. I know, but I was so curious I couldn’t […]

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Books Of March – New African Literature To Look Out For

New Releases - African Literature - Chimamanda Adichie

Welcome To March, Book Lovers! Time to look through new African Literature coming out this month. As usual, you are all invited to mention new books by African Authors. I’ll be updating this post throughout the month. This month we have a promising debut author and a highly acclaimed veteran serving us literary goodness. This month we have a promising debut author and a highly acclaimed veteran serving us literary goodness. Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions Release Date: March 7, 2017 From the best-selling author of We Should All Be Feminists comes a powerful statement about feminism today. Written as a letter […]

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New Book Releases – January 2017

Happy New Year!!! One of my many resolutions for 2017 is to read more new books by contemporary African Authors. In that spirit, I have decided to start a monthly feature on new books out of Africa. Feel free to add any new books you know will be published in January 2017 in the comments below. Binti: Home by Nnedi Okorafor I haven’t read the first instalment yet, still patiently waiting for new book mail. However, I have heard so many good things about Binti Nnedi Okorafor also won a Hugo Award for it in 2016; so I’m really excited to […]

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10 books in 30 days – My September ‘to be read’ List

10 books in 30 days - September reads - Naijabookworm

August was a great month for my blog ( 100+ WordPress followers, Yay!!!) and reading. I read 10 books in August, more than i anticipated and the best part is i didn’t read one terrible book. Sure, there were a couple that i could have done without but they weren’t so bad to be a waste of my time. I also bought a LOT of books in August, to the detriment of new shoes even but i have no regrets. I would like to say that i’ll be reading strictly from this list but that is not possible. There are just so […]

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