Page Bloom: Please let’s meet youUfuomaee: Hi, my full name is Ufuoma Emerhor-Ashogbon, but I go by the penname, Ufuomaee. I am writer of Christian fiction and literature and started as a Blogger, sharing my insights from the Bible and lessons about life on my blog, Grace and Truth - https://ufuomee.blog. Page
Daughters who walk this path is definitely one of the novels at the top of our list of coming-of-age books.The story centres on Morayo, a girl molested by her older cousin at a tender age when she was still trying to understand her body as well as figure out what separates right
Page Bloom: Please let’s meet youAdenike Oyetunde: Hi. I’m here. I’m Adenike. Nice to meet you. Page Bloom: What was growing up like for you?Adenike Oyetunde: Fun all the way... Adventurous. Page Bloom: When did you start writing and what influenced this?Adenike Oyetunde: I started writing a few years back (personal things).
Award-winning Sefi Atta's 'Everything good will come' is a coming of age novel set in Nigeria and England. The story centres on a young girl, Enitan and the struggles she had to deal with as she grew into a woman in the post-independence era in Nigeria. Battling with incessant fights between her
Page Bloom: Please let’s meet youOyindamola Shoola: Oyindamola Shoola is a writer, feminist, and blogger. She is also the Co-founder of Spring Literary Movement, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Nigerian writers. In 2017, she was awarded by Nigerian Writers Award as one of the top 100 influential Nigerian Writers under the
Answers for Your Marriage gives practical insights to issues around marriage, sex, pregnancy, family planning, finances, child raising, HIV/AIDS and STDs. The authors, Bruce and Carol Britten also shared letters/mails they have received including their responses. Soon-to-be weds as well as married couples will definitely find this helpful.
Page Bloom: Please let’s meet you Aanu Jide-Ojo: Hi, I’m Aanu lol! A non-practicing clinical psychologist; I daylight as a content marketer, foodie and TV show binger. When I’m not doing any of these things, I’m either reading or writing. Page Bloom: What was growing up like for you? Aanu Jide-Ojo: Growing
This is one HILARIOUS but insightful read. Luvvie poured out her heart about different things we love to hear and talk about. The ironic thing is she talked about these things in ways many of us don't like to hear them in the most unapologetic way. She dissected a lot of attitudes,
Page Bloom: Please let’s meet youTomi Adesina: Tomi is a screenwriter, fiction series blogger and an author. I am graduate of Microbiology from Bowen University and a football ardent. Page Bloom: While growing up, what was your desired career path? Did you ever work or do you currently work in this line?Tomi