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5 secrets behind best-selling author, Imbolo Mbue’s stellar success
2 months ago

5 secrets behind best-selling author, Imbolo Mbue’s stellar success

I love stories, and always had a strong admiration for courageous and hard working women who managed to achieve their goals against the odds. Since my childhood and at different …
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#AyibaReads: Our favorite books this summer by Black authors
2 months ago

#AyibaReads: Our favorite books this summer by Black authors

Here’s a list of books to read this summer recommended by the editors of Ayiba. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did! Click on the book titles …
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Book Review: Stay With Me by Ayòbámi Adébáyò’s Baileys
4 months ago

Book Review: Stay With Me by Ayòbámi Adébáyò’s Baileys

Ayòbámi Adébáyò’s Baileys shortlisted, debut novel Stay With Me is an engaging story about the pressures childless, married couples encounter in contemporary Nigeria, a country where children—more than love—are deemed the …
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Book Review: The Path Which Shapes Us by Lazola Pambo
9 months ago

Book Review: The Path Which Shapes Us by Lazola Pambo

The Path Which Shapes Us is a novel by South African novelist Lazola Pambo. The book follows the life of the protagonist, Clifford Malothi, an orphaned boy that was adopted …
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Summer 2016 Reading List
1 year ago

Summer 2016 Reading List

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi Yaa Gyasi’s extraordinary debut novel Homegoing is one of this summer’s most highly anticipated novels. The ambitious bestseller has garnered accolades as the “next …
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African Authors to Add to Your Library
2 years ago

African Authors to Add to Your Library

Africa has rich literary talent that encompasses nations from Nigeria to Kenya, and cities from Cape Town to Cairo. Millions of children grew up reading the wise words …
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Book Review: Minaret
3 years ago

Book Review: Minaret

Minaret by Leila Aboulela

Published: 2005

Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

Pages: 288

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A Review of Harmattan Rain by Ayesha Harruna Attah
3 years ago

A Review of Harmattan Rain by Ayesha Harruna Attah

Harmattan Rain follows three generations of women as they cope with family, love, and life. A few years before Ghana’s independence, Lizzie-Achiaa’s lover disappears. Intent on finding him, …
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Book Review: The Bride Price by Buchi Emecheta
3 years ago

Book Review: The Bride Price by Buchi Emecheta

‘Always remember that you are mine,’ says Aku-nna’s father before he dies. But as Aku-nna approaches womanhood her ambitious uncle makes plans to marry her off for a …
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Shuffering and Shmiling : A review of Teju Cole’s Every Day is for the Thief
3 years ago

Shuffering and Shmiling : A review of Teju Cole’s Every Day is for the Thief

If you have ever had a Yahoo! address then chances are that you may have received an email from a Nigerian “business man” promising to sell you something if you …
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