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  • Free Book: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D.


    “ It always seems impossible until it is done. ” ― Nelson Mandela

    The updated edition of the book that has changed millions of lives with its insights into the growth mindset. After decades of research, world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea: the power of mindset.

    Find more in this book.

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  • Living in the Light by Shakti Gawain

    Free Book: Living in the Light: A guide to personal transformation by Shakti Gawain


    In Living in the Light, Shakti Gawain introduced a powerful new way of life: that of listening to one’s own intuition and relying on it as a guiding force

    Living in the Light was first published in 1986. Since that time, it has sold over a million copies, and has been translated into many languages all over the world.

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  • Lost Boys

    Lost Boys by Bamigbola Silas


    Of recent, there has been a proliferation of themes associated with “boys”. From dissent about boys who suffered rape to argument bordering on the neglect of the male child, and the discourse regarding whether boys should cry or not; there is an ongoing concern about the need to turn attention to the male child, without neglecting the female child, of course!

    There is some element of legitimacy here. There is an overt acceptance that the male child should know better, while the female child becomes the attention of society, with such attention overbearing and excessively protective. Since the existence of the male child is built on assumptions, society is left to deal with the consequences of his actions.

    This laxity on society’s part becomes the central focus of Silas Bamgbola’s experimental incursion in Lost Boys.

  • Soft Echoes by Olaleye Gift Emmanuel

    Soft Echoes by Olaleye Gift Emmanuel

  • Today I Choose Joy Anthology, Edited by Jide Badmus and Miriam Oyeniyi


    Today, I Choose Joy is an anthology of poems and stories edited by Jide Badmus and Miriam Oyeniyi, featuring Funso Oris, Korede Kakaaki, Jide Badmus, Taofeek Ayeyemi, John Chiobza
    Vincent, Dorcas Odok, Pamilerin Jacob and 30 other amazing writers.

  • Alto in the Larynx of Lake by Tomisin Olusola Martins

    Alto in the Larynx of Lake, Poetry Collection by Tomisin Olusola Martins


    Title: Alto in the Larynx of Lake
    Author: Tomisin Olusola Martins
    Date of publication: 26th Dec, 2019
    Publisher: ACEworld Publishers

  • Ajọ Enyi by Izunna Okafor

    Ajọ Enyi by Izunna Okafor


    Author’s Full Name: Izunna Okafor

    Book Title: Ajọ Enyi

    ISBN: 978-978-485-455-6

    Publisher’s Name: Pona Publishers

    Book Category: Novel

  • Arrows of Words (For Chinua Achebe), Edited by Izunna Okafor

    Arrows of Words (For Chinua Achebe), Edited by Izunna Okafor


    Author’s Full Name: Edited By Izunna Okafor

    Book Title: Arrows of Words (for Chinua Achebe)

    ISBN: 978-978-8415-78-3

    Publisher: Union Publishers

    Book Category: Poetry Collection

  • Boys Are Not Stones Anthology II: A Country of Broken Boys

  • Girl In The Portrait by Samuel Amazing Ayoade


    “Girl in the Portrait” is not just an ordinary novel but a novel with embodiments of thrilling concepts and its highly gratified suspense makes it a mystery to the reader. After reading the first chapter, the pen I was using to jot out some things paused, I paused, the manuscript paused and everyone around me paused! Why? Cause this storyline goes beyond our imagination of what a novel should be. However, this literary work is what a novel must be.

    Penning words on paper is not the only work of a good writer, he/she must know how to weave words that would make the reader glue to the story and that is what Samuel Ayoade did in this novel. His use of figurative expressions to garnish some sentences in the novel makes me want to read more. Not only that, he makes use of ‘Third Person Narrative technique’ to tell the story as a witness to the scenes portrayed in the novel and that act brought the idea of self-belonging to the senses of the reader. His knowledge of the literary works come to play when he incorporates the angle of explaining some literary terms in the novel. Therefore, if you are a writer and you need to learn some literary terms, just grab this book and read.

    There are much more to learn in this great literary work of Samuel Ayoade and I don’t think there’s anyone who wouldn’t benefit from reading this book.

    Adigun Temitope Idealism (Nigeria)
    Author, Lines on the seat (LOTS), Co-author, Adulthood is a scam
    Editor-in-chief, Black Pride Magazine

  • Testament of a Mad Man by Samuel Amazing Ayoade


    Once upon a poet, there gleamed a wordblazer.

    “Testament of a mad man” is the trail of fire that his poetry aims at tracing in his readers’ minds to burn them clean.

    Samuel Ayoade’s collection commences with fits of fiery passion to rise crescendo to a pyre which turns out to be a bonfire. Beginning with an extended metaphor on the David versus Goliath theme, the author then offers five ardent love poems, before spreading into thirteen short pieces on a paradox called Nigeria and culminating in sixteen longer satires on the present demise of his country.

    The poet flares up in flamboyant flames of poetic indignation to expose what he defines as madness. But whose madness constitutes the central question.

    “Life is a dead zone”, he states. “Death lives in our veins.” The scorching violence rampant all around him feeds his most sarcastic lines, as many scorching assessments of the situation. Poems such as Cashivorus, Polimatics or Evolution of Snakes denounce poverty, inequality or corruption in a mock scientific way whose causticity feels utterly enjoyable…

    Brigitte Poirson

  • In God’s Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul


    Only thirty-three days after his election, Pope John Paul I,Albino Luciani, died in strange circumstances. Almost immediately rumours of a cover-up began to circulate around the Vatican. In his researches David Yallop uncovered an extraordinary story: behind the Pope’s death lay a dark and complex web of corruption within the Church that involved the Freemasons, Opus Dei and the Mafia and the murder of the ‘Pope’s Banker’ Roberto Calvi.

    When first published in 1984 In God’s Name was denounced by the Vatican yet became an award-winning international bestseller. In this new edition, Yallop brings the story up to date and reveals new evidence that has been long buried concerning the truth behind the Vatican cover-up. This is a classic work of investigative writing whose revelations will continue to reverberate around the world.

  • Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Collection (15 Books)


    Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a series of fiction books written by the American author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney. [All the main books are the journals of the main character, Greg Heffley. Befitting a teen’s diary, the books are filled with hand-written notes and simple drawings of Greg’s daily adventures

  • Chronicles of Orimiri and other stories by Precious Obiabunmo

    Chronicles of Orimiri and other stories by Precious Obiabunmo


    Precious Obiabunmo ‘s debut book comes with firm promise and delight. It is a collection of flash fiction stories, and a pocketful of poems with a thousand themes — fantasy, love, youthful exuberance, rape, Igbo cosmology, campus life and so on.

    They are a sum up of her accumulated literary works over the years. This way, she allows us to see, and learn from her diverse views and reactions to the events around her through creative lens.

    Though concise, they are fresh and replete with humour so good enough to make your day.

    Her work is a masterpiece, solidly recommend for everyone.

    GENRE: Literary Fiction
    PAGES: 48
    BOOK TITLE: Chronicles of Orimiri and other stories.
    AUTHOR NAME: Precious Obiabunmo

  • (PDF) How To Build an Amazon Niche Site that Generates $1000 per Month


    In this book, a successful affilate marketer, Abhishek Tavasalka who went from being broke to making
    $1000+/month in just under 5 months via his Niche Site writes extensively about his success story.

    After failure of his first site, he was adamant on being a successful blogger and hence after proper research
    and extreme desire to make it big, he has now shared his journey of his niche site using only Amazon Affiliate Program.

    If you ask me, this is one of the most in-depth articles you will ever come across when it comes to building an Amazon Niche Site.

    Here Abhishek shares the exact Blueprint that he followed to build his site and reach his goal of making $1000/month
    and a little more.

    Without further ado, here is Abhishek’s story in his own words.

    Convenience fee: N200


  • Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki


    Rich Dad Poor Dad is about Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father (poor dadand the father of his best friend (rich dad)—and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing.

    You don’t need to earn a high income to be rich. Rich people make money work for them

    We charge N100 (convenience fee) for free unlimited access.

  • Beauty of Failure Anthology


    The literary world is gradually breeding rebels with the increase in the numbers of beautifully crafted rejection mails being sent out to creative writers daily, mostly without stated reasons. Many writers have dropped their pen. Some more are out there seeking other ways to validity. This anthology is simply the mirror to the fire burning within these poets, and also a revelation of what’s to come.

  • I Found Love After Marriage by Ajenifuja Damilola

    I Found Love After Marriage is Ajenifuja Damilola’s first offering to the world of fiction. The story centers around a woman, Tomiye, who thought she’d found love until her sweet marriage began to turn sour. Then the tragedy of everything and how her life eventually transformed into what she has ever wanted is the gold embedded within the story.
    Author: Ajenifuja Damilola
    Publisher: ACEworld Publisher
    Genre: Fiction
    Size: 44 pages (579kb)
  • Flames of Love, A collection of Poems by Olaniyi Ololade Moses


    Love is a complex subject. Its eclectic nature makes it an integral theme in philosophy, religion, social and nationalistic allegiances and interpersonal relationships. Oftentimes, it is difficult to differentiate between love and lust, between love for one’s race and hatred for others. This polarity gives room for debate, thus opening acceptable views of love to questioning. For instance, central to the Christian faith is the concept of love, a sacrificial love for a noble idea. Shakespeare’s famous epic love story, Romeo and Juliet, is a celebration of romantic love, while Soyinka’s Elesin Oba, is a dichotomy between self-love and duty – a suicidal undertaking for communal bliss. In Romeo and Juliet, love is treated as infatuation, a cause of mental illness and ultimately death. For love, Romeo was willing to kill and to die, a sharp contrast with Elesin Oba, whose love for life and pleasure makes him question the honor of his family in dying to preserve the throne.

    Title: Flames of Love
    Author: Olaniyi Ololade Moses
    Publisher: ACEworld Publishers
    Format: PDF
    Pages: 42
    File size: 450kb
  • Boys Are Not Stones Anthology

    Boys Are Not Stones Anthology is a collection of artistic prowess of writers across Africa and beyond who understand the plight of the boy-child and gave their voice to the course.