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  • Fiction

    The Round Leather

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    The Round Leather broadly discussed so many topics like football techniques, politics and philanthropy. Rape, domestic abuse, alcoholism, death, violence, and betrayal.

  • Behind The Moon
    African Book

    Behind The Moon

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    Left to fend for herself from a tender age, Tara moved to Park Street, a dirty-dark secret town where she met Ahmed, a misogynistic playboy with a doleful past.
    With time, they develop a trusting relationship which, in turn, builds Tara’s confidence.
    Behind The Moon is a slice of a bittersweet tale of survival, loss, love and moving on.

  • Behind The Moon
    African Book

    Behind The Moon

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    Left to fend for herself from a tender age, Tara moved to Park Street, a dirty-dark secret town where she met Ahmed, a misogynistic playboy with a doleful past.
    With time, they develop a trusting relationship which, in turn, builds Tara’s confidence.
    Behind The Moon is a slice of bittersweet tale of survival, loss, love and moving on.

  • African American

    UnDeserved-ebook

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    What better motivator than jealousy?

    Emeka and Ikechukwu: Inseparable friends
    Life goal: Get dream jobs and be rich.
    Ikechukwu’s motive: ability take to care of his widowed mother and his two siblings.
    Emeka’s motive: To be the god of his clan
    Means to achieve their dreams (Emeka and Ikechukwu): Nestle Company.

    Envy, competition, backbiting, and hatred take center stage as both friends struggle through life, on the journey of finding themselves and attaining the best heights they could.

  • African American

    UnDeserved-paperback

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    What better motivator than jealousy?

    Emeka and Ikechukwu: Inseparable friends
    Life goal: Get dream jobs and be rich.
    Ikechukwu’s motive: ability take to care of his widowed mother and his two siblings.
    Emeka’s motive: To be the god of his clan
    Means to achieve their dreams (Emeka and Ikechukwu): Nestle Company.

    Envy, competition, backbiting, and hatred take center stage as both friends struggle through life, on the journey of finding themselves and attaining the best heights they could.