Book’D

BOOK’D: ESTHER EDOHO

BOOK’D: ESTHER EDOHO

Esther writes the sweetest, most nostalgic and potent poetry. She views books and reading as an affair to make time for, even though we have to sneak away from daily responsibilities for that sometimes.

Read as Esther Edoho gets BOOK’D.

BOOK’D: ISIOMA

BOOK’D: ISIOMA

I follow Isioma on Twitter where she tweets about books, running and natural hair among other things. She’s anonymous (in the sense that her photo isn’t up) on Twitter for personal reasons and has requested to be anonymous (in that same sense) in this interview. […]

BOOK’D| UCHE OKONKWO

BOOK’D| UCHE OKONKWO

Uche Okonkwo is a writer and editor I admire greatly. Her story ‘Neverland’ won the Etisalat Prize for Flash Fiction in 2013.

She likes books that are entertaining or that teach her something new. Read as Uche gets BOOK’D

BOOK’D: EDWIN OKOLO

BOOK’D: EDWIN OKOLO

“My philosophy on books is simple. Teenage female protagonists over everything.”

Edwin Okolo gets BOOK’D!

BOOK’D: OZOZ SOKOH aka KITCHENBUTTERFLY

BOOK’D: OZOZ SOKOH aka KITCHENBUTTERFLY

KitchenButterfly Ozoz Sokoh is frontline in redefining Nigerian cuisine. Today on BOOK’D, we chat books (cookbooks too) and why ‘Charlotte’s Web’ is one of her favorite books!

BOOK’D: AMANDA CHUKWUDOZIE

BOOK’D: AMANDA CHUKWUDOZIE

“Starting a new book that you just KNOW will be awesome is like meeting a love interest for the first time”.

Amanda gets BOOK’D.

BOOK’D: SARAH LADIPO MANYIKA

BOOK’D: SARAH LADIPO MANYIKA

“It’s often the case that I don’t finish reading a book because it’s not the right time for me to be reading it.”

Sarah Manyika Ladipo, author of ‘Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun’ gets BOOK’D.

BOOK’D: TIWALADEOLUWA ADEKUNLE

BOOK’D: TIWALADEOLUWA ADEKUNLE

“I read out of a conscious desire to grow in my understanding of the world around me.”

Tiwalade Adekunle gets BOOK’D.

BOOK’D: ‘PEMI AGUDA

BOOK’D: ‘PEMI AGUDA

“A really good book for me is one that makes me want to pause/suspend reality to continue it.”

‘Pemi Aguda gets BOOK’D.

BOOK’D: KESIDE FRANCIS-ANOSIKE

BOOK’D: KESIDE FRANCIS-ANOSIKE

“Books are written for people, and the people always find them. It is okay if you are not one of those people, the world is big.”

Keside Francis-Anosike gets BOOK’D.