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The Moskeda Book Club

So the survey I ran here a few days ago has been completed. I want to thank everyone who participated and for the feedback that I received. Bless you! I will give you the results in a bit, but first, I want to introduce the Moskeda Book Club to you. We’re on Instagram and it’s not yet begun because I’m working on a few things at the moment. I hope to start it off on the first of August. I’m excited and nervous at the same time because I don’t know what to expect. But I’m sure we’ll find our footing. So the Moskeda Book Club is going to be like any other book club, but with a difference. We will read and share our thoughts on what we read and those thoughts would be published as a collective review here on the site. This is to help people catch…

Roses And Thorns #1

Roses and Thorns is a series by QueenBee Aurora about a writer who meets and falls in love with a man she meet at a book exhibition. But she will find out that the man is not who he seems. She ends her relationship with him, just at the moment she finds out she is pregnant. The series will see through her journey with the pregnancy, her career, and finding a new man. But would she choose the man who is the father of her baby, or the man she truly loves? The airport taxi cab honked in front of a bungalow, and then, a tall, fair skinned woman stepped out of it, dressed in a wide leg jumpsuit. She pushed her long Peruvian weave out of her face and proceeded to knock at the gate. “Who is that?” she heard a woman’s voice inside in…

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…

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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