Book Tour Announcement: Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon By Nike Campbell-Fatoki

Aug 4, 2016by Miriam David0

In partnership with Quramo publishing, you are invited to the online book tour and book reading of Nigerian-American author Nike Campbell-Fatoki, Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon, a collection of short stories.

Nine literary blogs will host her on five different days. The tour promises to be rewarding. There will be varied readings across all stops and free giveaways. You might win a book. Invite a friend. Order a copy by filling the form. You can also get a copy of the book from:

  •  Patabah bookstore, Shop B18, Adeniran Ogunsanya mall, Surulere
  • Quintessence bookstore Plot 13, Block 44, Parkview Estate, Ikoyi.
  • Unilag bookstore, University Of Lagos
  • Salamander (Abuja), 5 Bujumbura St, Abuja

Join in the discussion. Participate. Nike Campbell-Fatoki will also be available to answer all your questions in the comments section.

Here are the details;

Tour hosts and stop dates for Bury Me Come Sunday by Nike Campbell-Fatoki

Creative Writing News
— 15th August, 2016.

Open Book Nigeria
— 15th August, 2016

The Magunga bookstore
16th August, 2016

Brittle Paper
—16th August, 2016

Say My Name
— 17th August, 2016

Lola Opatayo Pages & Paragraphs
— 17th August, 2016

Ifey Writes
— 18th August, 2016

— 18th August, 2016

Afreada Africa’s Literary Magazine
— 19th August, 2016

Title: Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon_Cover.inddBury Me Come Sunday Afternoon

Writer: Nike Campbell Fatoki

Genre:Contemporary African Literature,  Literary Fiction, Collection Of Short stories.

Publisher / Year: Quramo Publishing Limited/ 2016

Book Description: 

In this short story collection, Nike Campbell-Fatoki filters the lives of contemporary Nigerians through a colourful 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. She explores well-known themes but delves a little deeper, questioning our ideas about people, our impressions and prejudices. Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon depicts the struggles of a young ambitious and hardworking Nigerian abroad with the same insightful candour as it does the tale of a brilliant but broken woman struggling with mental illness.

 Nike Fatoki 2About The Author
Nike Campbell Fatoki was born in Lvov, Ukraine. She is the second of four children born to Nigerian medical doctors in the old Soviet Union. A graduate of Economics with a minor in Political Science from Howard University, she also has a Master’s degree in International Development from American University.
Nike juggles writing with her day job in budget and finance management at Prince George’s county. Her first novel, A Thread of Gold Beads was published in 2012. Her latest work, Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon, was released in July 2016.
Nike lives in the Washington DC area with her family, where she is writing her next historical fiction novel set to be published in 2017.

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