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#LiterallyWhatsHot: When Prostitutes See Heaven, Death follows – A Review of Akintayo Akinjide’s “Dread in the Spine” – OkadaBooks — The story is set in Fortunecity, a fictional private island in Nigeria that seems far more developed and more organized than what we have in our current Nigerian setting. The Private Island is divided into ..

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#LiterallyWhatsHot: When Prostitutes See Heaven, Death follows – A Review of Akintayo Akinjide’s “Dread in the Spine” – OkadaBooks — The story is set in Fortunecity, a fictional private island in Nigeria that seems far more developed and more organized than what we have in our current Nigerian setting. The Private Island is divided into ..

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One very beautiful way people have come to enjoy books is through book reviews. Through it, the hidden messages are unveiled and a lot of writers begin to see even what they weren’t seeing. Moreover, it is a great way of publicising a book. In Nigeria today, these are the top 8 book review website. ..

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Writing is a journey. Most times, we don’t know where we are  going, but we are exploring the events as they unfold. In this Authorview, we would be reading the words of a brilliant Okadabooks’ author, Emem Bassey, as she describes her thematic journey. Writertain: So let’s get to know you   Emem Bassey: Emem ..

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1. Title: Dangerous Passion Author: Tomilola Coco Adeyemo Category: Romance   Price: ₦ 750  Description: Toni had always been a good girl, or at least, the closest version to what it was to be a good girl. And even though her life was uneventful and she was bored stiff years after her German husband, Michael Garrn ..

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Why Writertain E-Books Distribution Writertain E-Distribution started as a way to ensure Nigerian writers make reasonable amount of money from e-publishing and from writing generally. Places We Would Be Publishing For now, we would be restricted to Okadabooks and Smashwords. Why You Should Distribute Your Book Through Us Okadabooks requires that an author makes ten ..

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