This month, August 2016 at the Sunshine Book Club, we’ll be reading Nikę Campbell Fatoki – ‘Bury me Come Sunday Afternoon’.
The Sunshine Book Club has held its second meeting in Lagos, Nigeria. On Saturday, July 30, 2016 book enthusiasts, writers and of course my family members gathered at Quintessence in Park View Estate, Ikoyi gathered to discuss Taiye Selasi’s ‘Ghana Must Go’.
This month, July 2016 at the Sunshine Book Club, we’ll be reading Taiye Selasi‘s “Ghana Must Go”.
There are a number of things we learnt as children which are still relevant today. One of these is the classic story of the prodigal son who demanded his inheritance from his Father, squandered it,
Saturday, July 2, 2016 was a good day for several reasons. One of the reasons being I finally took that leap and hosted my first book club meeting in Lagos.
This month (June 2016) at The Sunshine Book Club, we’ll be reading Othuke Ominiabohs’ “Odufa: A Lover’s Tale”. The book was published in 2015 by TND Press LTD. Here’s a breakdown of the book: When Anthony Mukoro discovers he cannot father a child, his whole world comes crashing. In the arms of a new crush, Odufa, a beautiful girl with a past, he finds the...