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Stranger In Lagos Is Now On Okadabooks!

Happy new month, everyone! I decided to start the end of the year with great news. I’ve had a good number of people asking me when Stranger In Lagos is going up on Okadabooks. Well, it’s finally in the bookstore. You can get it by clicking >>>>> HERE If you still want the physical copy, send me a DM on Twitter and Instagram or a message on Facebook. I have three copies left. Have a wonderful month ahead, and Merry Christmas!

Pre-order Your Copy Of Stranger In Lagos

So, the first batch of Stranger In Lagos is sold out! 🙁 PLEASE, READ CAREFULLY IF YOU WANT TO PRE-ORDER If you are outside Lagos, to get your copy, click on the button below to pre-order. The books will arrive in December, because I have to get all the orders together and send them to the publishers for printing. They print on demand. I do not have spare copies here with me. So, to have your Christmas edition for those outside Lagos, please, click below. Click here to pre-order For Lagosians, please click on the button below: Pre-order Stranger In Lagos For Lagosians Once you do, you’ll be taken to a page where you can choose any of my other books you want sent to you for free. Once your order is processed, I will send you the PDF version of the e-book you have chosen to the email you…

Where To Find Stranger In Lagos

Happy new month, everyone! I hope y’all are doing great? Wishing you a blessed month ahead. So, I recently put up Stranger In Lagos on Amazon, and since then people have been asking when it’ll get on Okadabooks. Others have asked for PDF copies. This post is to give you full publishing details of the book. I published Stranger In Lagos on Amazon, because I needed it there to allow me apply for a writing fellowship grant. One of the criteria requires that you either have a paperback or a book recently published on Amazon. Hence, my reason for publishing it there. Stranger In Lagos would be out in November this year or early December. Maybe even October. It all depends on the publishing house and their process. The other day I shared my story and how I fell out with CMS Bookshops. One of the reasons I shared that…

Twelve Years after Ago-Iwoye Massacre, Ojay Aito Tells the Gory Story in His Debut Novel ‘Night Of A Red Moon’

Nigerian fiction writer, Ojay Aito, announces the launch of his debut novel ‘Night Of A Red Moon’ for the 18th of June, 2017.  The novel, a historical thriller set in Ago-Iwoye, a little town on the edge of Ogun state, Nigeria, focuses on the socio-political drama that ensued between the indigenes and the students of the town’s premier tertiary institution – Olabisi Onabanjo University exactly twelve (12) years ago. “It took God six days to create the world. It took me three years to create one night. One red moon-night,” says the author in a recent interview. “Every day we breathe, we live our lives like normal people. Yes we are normal people, but with an experience that has lived with us for twelve years, and scars we will bear till our last breath,” says Wale, a victim of the massacre. “It’s been twelve years now. Wow, twelve years. I…

The Easy Way To Buy My Books On Okadabooks

This post is in response to peeps who expressed difficulty in buying my books on the Okadabooks app. I am here to give you a step by step guide on how to go about it. Download the Okadabooks app on your Android device, your Blackberry phone (it can’t be anything lower than Blackberry 10) and on your PC. Register and sign in. You can sign in through your Facebook account.  Click on Store and you will find the Refill option Add the amount you need and click on refill account. It will take you here: Once you have refilled, go to the STORE and scroll to find Moskeda Pages and you’ll see my books. Click on the one you want to buy. Click buy, purchase it and it’s done! Lastly, visit ‘My Books’ or ‘Read’ (on PC) and you’ll see the purchased book. On your Android app, you will have to click on…

Download Free E-book “Tales From The Other Side”

Morning! There’s a new book out there for download and some of your favorite Nigerian writers and authors have their stories penned in it. The list includes: Hymar David, Eketi Ette, Miracle Adebayo, Sibbyl Whyte, Shittu Fowora, Bankole Banjo, Olisaeloka Onyekaonwu, Su’eddie Agema, Aideyan Daniel, TJ Benson, Jennifer Emelife, Michael Ogah, Raymond Elenwoke, Soogun Omoniyi and Olajumoke Omisore who will soon feature one of her series here. Managing Editor/Curator :Bankole Banjo Editor: Kenechi Uzochukwu Book Support: Seun Odukoya Copy Editor: Modupe Gbemi “…In Tales from the other Side, many names, who have cut their teeth in literature by becoming digital pioneers of online storytelling strut their stuff and it is beautiful to behold. This is fresh, imaginative and innovative writing. I recommend this collection to any reader who wants to reach out and touch the souls and muses of a beautiful generation of writers.” Ikhide R. Ikheloa, critic, teacher and lover of…

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