13 Jun, 2024

New Awesome Book Alert: Colours of Hatred by Obinna Udenwe (Now Available For Pre-order).

From the author of the controversial church erotica, Holy Sex, and the conspiracy thriller, Satans & Shaitans, comes the new novel Colours of Hatred. We can’t wait to witness Obinna Udenwe’s magical storytelling, with plot twists that intrigue and enthrall us. About This Wonderful Book: On her deathbed, Leona seeks forgiveness by confessional. Dastardly as […]

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New Literary and Political Journal Alert: The Village Square Journal

The Village Square Journal A new magazine described as a journal of literary/political criticism has just been founded by a few enthusiasts who believe strongly that there is obviously need to have more platforms promoting works of arts from diverse voices the world over. The Village Square Journal was founded by three Nigerians; Obinna Udenwe, […]

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Boycott Kaduna Book And Arts Festival Says Award-Winning Author Of Satans and Shitans

You have probably heard about the upcoming KABAF 2017 Literary Festival. If you haven’t, here’s a summary.  It is the biggest literary festival in Kaduna state. What’s more? The state governor, Mallam Nasir El Rufai is flying in the most influential literary authors . There will be readings, a special creative writing workshop for women […]

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Welcome to the Book Tour of Satans and Shaitans

At long last, the tour has begun. And I am excited to share readings and excerpts from  the conspiracy crime thriller, Satans & Shaitans and and a short interview with you. Welcome to a book tour by AMAB Author, Obinna Udenwe.  During this online book tour, the author will stop by seven literary websites, from […]

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GREAT ONLINE READS FOR THE WEEKEND

GREAT ONLINE READS FOR THE WEEK 1) So I discovered Jaquira Diaz from my Kenyon Review newsletter. A new KR fellow, who had won a Pushcart Prize etc etc. And I thought, I must read something by this woman. Her resume is so impressive. I dug up Reflections In Traffic published by TriQuarterly Lit Journal, […]

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