Yes, another online book tour is coming to LolaOpatayo.com on the 25th of October 2016. It’s Chigozie Anuli Mbadugha’s collection of short stories- Beyond the Trial which tells the stories of three women who choose to see life beyond their trials and dare to reach for it. Continue reading “Announcement: Online Book Tour of Beyond The Trial by Chigozie Anuli Mbadugha”
The online book tour of Nike Campbell-Fatoki’s Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon has come here! I’m glad you are here. Now the book is a collection of short stories which filters the lives of contemporary Nigerians through a colorful and vivid prism, where past sins come to upset settled lives, where lost lives fuel a campaign for a better future and nothing is as it seems. Continue reading “Welcome to the Online Book Tour: Nike Campbell-Fatoki’s “Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon.””
On the 17th of August, another online book tour will be hosted on lolaopatayo.com. This time it’s Nike Campbell Fatoki‘s “Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon.” As usual, the tour will feature readings and discussions on the book and author. You might win a copy too! Continue reading “Announcement: Online Book Tour of Nike Campbell-Fatoki’s “Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon.””
Hello everyone and welcome to the online book tour of Ifesinachi Okpagu’s The Domestication of Munachi! The tour begins today and this is one of the two websites which will be hosting today. I’m excited about this book especially because as a woman I can relate to the story. Here’s a brief synopsis of the novel: Continue reading “Online Book Tour: Ifesinachi Okpagu’s “The Domestication of Munachi.””
Good news! Another online book tour is coming to lolaopatayo.com on Monday the 4th of April 2016. It’s Ifesinachi Okpagu’s The Domestication of Munach. There will be book readings and an opportunity to ask the author about her work. Continue reading “Online Book Tour: Ifesinachi Okpagu’s “The Domestication of Munachi.””
I’ve decided to give you a teaser of my novel The Attendant which is now available for purchase.
Lawrence called me again as I gathered my things at the close of work. I quickly punched the green button.
“Hello?” I said hastily.
“Hi.” Those goose bumps came back, it felt so good to hear his voice. Continue reading “The Attendant: Teaser”
I know some of you have had difficulty in buying The Attendant on the advertised platforms so I’ve decided to make things easier by giving you a third option. You can now buy The Attendant in three easy steps:
- Click here to see information about the book
- Pay into the designated account.
- Download the book!
Simple isn’t it? I look forward to hearing from you!