Sunday, November 29, 2020

You can still write a book in 2020!

Dear all,

#MondayMotivation #GoodByeNovember2020 #1MonthToGo

There's still enough time to start and finish your fantastic book before the end of 2020 without compromising on quality.

The process is in my writing guide. Get the ebook at half the price from the 1st to the 14th of December 2020.

Email for more information.

PS: Know someone who might need this guide? Make their dreams come true too.

Literarily Yours,

Friday, November 27, 2020

New Book: My Celeb Husband (Desperate Women Series, #3)

 Dear all,

#Friday #TGIF

The Desperate Women are back!

After several failed attempts to find husbands living abroad or one who would take them to America, the women change their strategy and decide to go for celebrity husbands.

This Christmas, join Miracle, Stella, Caro, Tessy, Amara, Oluchi, Glory, Dumebi, Kemi, and Halleluiah as they try to fulfil their overseas destiny.

Literarily Yours,

Friday, November 6, 2020

Book Review: Dear Alaere

Book description:

Alaere Benson is your typical modern, professional woman in search of that elusive work-life balance and societal acceptance in Lagos. When she gets a job at Criole, she is excited to be working for a multinational company, but it does not take long for her to see that Criole is dysfunctional and bears an eerie similarity to Nigeria. As she struggles to find her footing in her new role, she witnesses a never-ending theatre of murder, sexual harassment and mysticism.

At home, she is happily married to ‘Laja, but they begin to have problems when they experience difficulties having children and their situation is compounded by extended family interference.

With things spiralling out of control, she is forced to reassess how she feels about the chaos around her and takes charge of her life with her often humorous, frank diary entries. As she confronts and grapples with her experiences, she finds peace and healing through the catharsis of writing.


Interesting writing and description, but unfortunately, almost at the end of the book, I don’t know what the book is about. There are a few themes, events, and scenes with little or no development. We are following the main character, Alaere as she literally breezes through life. Before we enter the office with her and attempt to fully grasp how her day unfolds, she’s already back home and 9 months pregnant.

There’s no sense of time, so it’s difficult for someone like me who pays a lot of attention to timelines.