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Seeing what it did to people around did not make a difference. You know what they say about greed, lust, covetousness and lack of contentment. They are cancers that eat deep into you and hang on like leeches. They don't let go until you make a conscious effort to accept you have a problem, seek divine help and pray you are delivered. But despite being knowledgeable about these things, we sometimes live in denial. The truth is I always prided myself on having self-control and knowing right from wrong. I was able to accept my faults and try to do something about them. Especially when it came to the kind of example my father was setting for me. I remember growing up with a father who would not keep his eyes in one place; he chased everything in skirts. At some point, I realised how much he was hurting my mother and asked him why he had to keep stepping out on her. His response was Laughter, followed by a weird look at me as if I was delusional. As I listened to him try to explain the reason why he cheated, I could not believe the words coming out of his mouth. My father, an elder in the church, whom everyone respected and looked up to. I knew he should not act this way. How can he have two personalities? However, on that day, I realised Chief Benson, my father, had cancers, as the pastor called it, and he didn’t even know. He had lust and covetous cancer; that was my conclusion. So I decided I was not going to be like my father. However, something happened and I found myself biting off more than I could chew,
She’s autistic; he’s gay. A marriage of convenience seemed like the perfect plan. Until it wasn’t. Tyrell Alagoa, a die-hard romantic, only believes in one thing—loving the right woman. When he found his missing piece in Janelle Lafayette, he wasted no time beginning plans to seduce her. Then he discovered she was not only engaged to be married to Ahmed Gusau, a northern billionaire and influential politician, but Ahmed had a burning grudge and an unsettled score to even out with him. Also available in print.
He's ended 6 relationships and broken off 2 engagements. It's her job to find him a new girlfriend but she wants him for herself. Big-hearted divorcee matchmaker, Farida Yusuf has a job to do. Find a match for her prestigious client: Kurt Achike, a half-Nigerian, half-German god with curly hair and a dimpled, bad boy smile. Kurt is of royal blood, first of the four heart-stoppingly attractive sons of infamous and controversial Zik Achike. There's no doubt that he is the kind of man most women would want. There's just one tiny problem. Kurt has a habit of breaking engagements. Nicknamed the Breaker of Hearts by the public, Kurt has broken off engagements to two women. And now he needs Farida's help. Farida has to find him a girlfriend, even though just the thought of him empties her lungs of air and leaves her breathless. But how will she ever be able to introduce him to another woman when she wants him for herself? Plus: adventures and scandals of the four infamous sons of Zik, a dog-napping, an illegitimate baby on the way, family secrets and a contract killer named Mr. Nuclear, a boat-trip to a drug kingpin's house... An Unexpected Match is a juicy, hard-to-put-down mix of drama, romance and suspense. This is the next book after Pool Party
The concept of salvation is popular in Christian theology but is widely misunderstood. Why do good people need to be saved? What happens after we die? Dr. John Osammor gives an in-depth analysis about the genesis of Man, figuratively and literally, and throws new revelatory light on our understanding of salvation. A must read.
Peterside felt God must have a great sense of humour when he revealed that his destiny was across great waters. If not, why would he choose to put his destiny across great waters knowing full well how fearful he was of waters having watched his childhood friend drown as a young boy. Peterside was determined to be the hero of his destiny: whether he had to swim to get there or walk until his feet blistered. Having to confront every obstacle imaginable were the best and worst times of his life. He was not one afraid of challenges. He knew he had a purpose in life, and he would give his all to attain it. He wanted to strike while the iron was still extremely hot! He had to ‘lean on his own understanding’ as a young man who had lots of years ahead of him. His time had come, and nothing was going to stop him. Come petrifying great waters, come deadly Nubian snakes, come scary Bedouin, come monstrous sandstorms, come killer pirates, even trigger-happy guards and crazy boat captains…. He was determined to get to his destiny as predicted. But one thing he forgot to take into account; Man proposes, but God disposes.
Anita is 30 and living her single life happily by her 'Golden Rules' of sleeping with guys and not getting attached. But what's a club girl to do when she meets Ben, someone her golden rules won't cover? Love is messy. Anita and Ben are about to find out just how messy it can get...
Odili and Felicity are both single, rich and very successful. Constantly pestered by their families and board members to get married, they turn to each other for a simple solution. But marriage is never simple, especially when these two are involved.
Your choice of a life partner will define the rest of your life and this is not something to take lightly. I won’t bore you with so much in the introduction. I will simply invite you into the book to examine your considerations and weigh your thoughts. In the end, you will find yourself putting your suitors on the right scale or putting yourself on the scale to see how balanced your considerations are. When I see marriages fail, I feel terribly bad because the trend can be arrested if single people can be told the truth. The truth is not far, many of these marriages did not fail at the marriage phase, marriage was just the imploding ground for a relationship wrongly founded. It is my hope therefore that you will find this book simple and easy to read. I pray also that as you follow the wisdom shared in this book, your testimony will be that, ‘I read it, applied it and my life has turned out so good!’ Enjoy a great read.
Destiny Wokoma has never disliked anyone as much as she dislikes Rotimi Daramola, her secondary school enemy, now a popular RnB singer. After her last business fails, she has the chance to scope out a new business opportunity during her high school reunion in the Twin Bliss resort. Unfortunately, Rotimi will also be there. Rotimi has always being in love with Destiny, even though she has always hated him. When her business fails and she gets depressed, he sponsors the high school reunion in Twin Bliss for a chance to prove to her that he is the right man for her. But Destiny is there for business only and does not have time for any man, especially her secondary school enemy. Can Destiny let go of her depression and anger to see Rotimi for who he truly is? Or will their past destroy the chance of a beautiful future together?
In this book, I take the time to travel through the concepts of love and submission as taught in scriptures and argue that gaining the right perspective on the concept of ‘Husbands love your wives as Christ loves the Church’ and ‘Wives, submit to your own husbands as unto the Lord’ will revolutionize the marriage of any couple. It is a journey you cannot begin if you do not have an open heart that pursues greater understanding of the concept of love and submission and in particular God’s intention concerning marriage. I will therefore request that you proceed to read each chapter with a desire to interact with godly counsel and find the right understanding.
At every mention of the word “House” pictures of “places of abode” or “living in structures” easily come to mind. A man will go to any length in life to create an enabling environment to live and operate in. How much further would our Creator go, to make MAN in His own Image? These questions are answered very succinctly by this book. Intrigued? Delve into the mind of God concerning man as you leaf through the pages of this book
Itanmide is a tale of a young lady whose life was mixed with love and horror. She thought she had a selfless devotion from those she loved but she was stabbed and left to bleed by the very people. Find out what happened to Itanmide when the truth became revealed to her
FR Kingsley's Book, Re-inventing Parenting, captures a wide view on advancement in technology. He identifies a new phase of life that is already sweeping across the universe; a phase occasioned by technological and scientific advancement. This new phase, which has already taken us by surprise has shown that nobody is indispensable. In other words, anybody who fails to evolve and adapt to this obvious change will soon be eliminated in the scheme of things. He went on to provide a rich package of knowledge on the need for intensive preparation by parents and children for this new phase. He clearly asserts that the future would be characterized by a struggle for survival defined by intellectual fitness and adaptability to change. He further presented the numerous innovations that have come up recently and their tendency to make humans dispensable. He emphasized the need for parents to constantly gain new knowledge, shun rigidity and give their children a chance to move at the pace of technological advancement by responding to changes. Parents should thus become teachers who learn from their children while guiding them with their experience.
This book is written to assist and encourage others who long to make impact. Being his first book, he reveals different phases of growth and continuity in his rough time which he encountered on his journey. With his passion, he delight in passing this ideas, values and sucess tips with you. To whom much is given, much is expected.
NNEWI(AGBAN’ANO) is a book written to correct some ongoing misconceptions and put things in their correct perspectives. First, it corrects the wrong narratives that Nnewi was a human being, 2) that the four communities have a common ancestry and 3) that one of the four Obis in Nnewi is superior to any of the other three Obis. These narratives are false. The book also signposts the difference between the title OBI and IGWE. While the throne of OBI IS HEREDITARY, that of IGWE is not. The book calls on the Anambra State government to grant autonomous status to all the four communities of Nnewi because the recognition is long overdue. The book gave insight into how Nnewi came into being with particular reference to the famous AgbaN’ano covenant. The book dismisses the concepts of Okpala Nnewi and Akaji Ofo Nnewi because they are not supported by known or existing facts.
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