Monday, June 17, 2019

Book Review: Love, War and Glory by Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire




Do what is right. Not what you like…
This book is for anyone that wants to experience complete happiness and you will discover many new ways to show love and appreciation.
The author did not disappoint me. I wasn’t stranded.
I got what I wanted in a nice collection of poetry.
Denis is a huge talent.
He knows how to make people happy!
This story would make a nice addition to your home library. 

Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire is a software engineer who has always enjoyed writing and is taking the opportunity to share his unique insights and hidden talents to the rest of the world. His perspectives have been formed through his own journey in finding love, battling to overcome the challenges and fears that have been put in front of him in the pursuit of glory and being the very best he can be at everything he does.





Enjoy!

Reviewed by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren




Sunday, June 16, 2019

Book Review: Big Red by Damien Larkin




We have always been here...

Traumatized by the effects of Compression travel, soldier Darren Loughlin holds the key to the fate of Earth’s Martian colonies. With his Battalion decimated, his fractured memory holds the only clues to the colony-wide communications blackout.
With time running out, Darren pieces together his year-long tour of duty with the Mars Occupation Force. Stationed in the Nazi-founded New Berlin colony, ruled by the brutal MARSCORP, he recounts his part in the vicious, genocidal war against the hostile alien natives and all who question Terran supremacy.
But as his memories return, Darren suspects he is at the centre of a plot spanning forty years. He has one last mission to carry out. And his alien enemies may be more human than he is…

Release date - May 14, 2019
$18.95, 6x9 trade paperback, 304 pages
Science Fiction – Military/Alien Contact/Alternative History
Print ISBN 9781939844606 / EBook ISBN 9781939844613
$4.99 EBook available in all formats


Damien Larkin is a part-time Planning Analyst and a full-time stay-at-home father of two young children. He enjoys turning terrifying nightmares into novels and currently resides in Dublin, Ireland.
Website 



Reviewed by Beverly Stowe McClure


Saturday, June 15, 2019

Coming Soon: Misery of the Popular God


Imagine Africa without poor leadership, corruption and religious fanatics. And high moral values and innovation are adequately rewarded.

What if you realize that you don’t need to be a Christian or Muslim to be rich? Nothing guarantees success like following due process.

Can religion build a country? The idea of applying spiritual solutions to physical problems has to stop. Great countries and continents are not built by faith—they are built through vision, integrity, hard work and scientific creations.

Some people are poor or below average in Africa, especially Nigeria because they value religion more than anything else. What if the man you so trusted to give you spiritual guidance is actually a fraud and all he wants is for you to remain impoverished so that you could be his puppet?
Fear of the unknown.
Fear of backlash.
Fear of failure could hurt anyone.
In the world of a charlatan, winning is all about keeping majority of the people poor with a religious card.
Have faith.
Don’t only settle for the supernatural.
Dominate and enjoy the beautiful earth.



Excerpt...



There are people who think they are better than others. We are gods and there is a “Supreme Being” that rules in the affairs of men. The Supreme Being is the God of us all. “Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh…” Jeremiah 32 v 27a. He is the one true God that is love and ever willing to accept people irrespective of their weakness and shortcoming. He is eternal. He is the beginning and the end. He is open to help anyone because we are all inscribed in the palm of his hands. He is not a material God that requires sticks and stones before He will respond. He is a spiritual being and it requires a high level of spirituality to work with Him. “God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth,” John 4 v 24. While you are spiritual in your service to God, you are expected to be in charge of your own life. As children of God, you have the power to take decisions, rest when you are tired, and find something to eat. You can also cloth yourself, seek advancement, embrace modernity and have a personal relationship with God. You are the number one prophet of your own life. If you have Jesus Christ, you do not need a middle man no matter who he is. According to the book of Genesis 1 v 28, mankind have been prophetically unleashed by the his Maker to dominate, control, multiply and subdue the earth irrespective of his religion, race, background, affiliation and ethnicity. 
In Africa, especially Nigeria, not many have encountered this God because He is not popular. God is slow to anger. Slow to react because He is a God of process. God thrives in orderliness.  God moves faster where there is order. Because many people are not willing to follow due process, they seek alternative route. A project that ordinarily should take five or more years to achieve, many Christians in Nigeria want to have them overnight. Some Christians are like a student who gains admission into college for a four year program. After just two days in the school, he is already thinking that he is due for graduation. With the little or no knowledge, he jumps into the labour market to seek employment. He believes that since he has paid the tuition fee for the first year and spent some days in the class, he is good to go. He is qualified like the person who endured the hardship of learning for years. His status has to change since he is a child of God whether he is qualified or not. Sadly there are people who are willing to feed the ignorance to their own advantage. All they need to do is tell the people what they want to hear. Large percentage of the people wants to hear that the process is not as important as the proceeds. Just give or sow seed and you are going to be blessed. You will receive power from the miraculous. God will break protocols to bless you. He is a merciful God. He is going to turn your sorrow to joy right away. When mischievous people tell their followers that God is a miraculous God and that things can be achieved quickly by trusting Him, they don’t tell their followers how the seventeen year old Joseph who was sold to Egypt by his own brothers. And it took Joseph thirteen years of hardship, perseverance, serving the Lord in truth and in spirit, and frustration to become the governor of Egypt. “And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, See, I have set thee over all the land of Egypt.
“Then Pharaoh took his signet ring from his hand and put it on Joseph’s hand, and clothed him in garments of fine linen and put a gold chain about his neck.
“And he made him ride in his second chariot. And they called out before him, “Bow the knee!” Thus he set him over all the land of Egypt.
 “Moreover, Pharaoh said to Joseph, “I am Pharaoh, and without your consent no one shall lift up hand or foot in all the land of Egypt.
“And Pharaoh called Joseph’s name Zaphenath-paneah. And he gave him in marriage Asenath, the daughter of Potiphera priest of On. So Joseph went out over the land of Egypt.
Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh King of Egypt. And Joseph went out from the presence of Pharaoh and went through all the land of Egypt,” Genesis 41 v 41-46.
In the kingdom of God, there are no short cuts. There is nothing like quick fix. Samuel anointed David as the King of Israel when he was just a boy. When David was anointed, King Saul was still the king of Israel. Anointing is not a guarantee that you will not encounter trouble. It is only symbolic that you are for something special. It does not guarantee safety from attacks, enemies and struggles.
However, ascending the throne ordained by God for him nearly cost David his life. There was enmity between the house of Saul and the house of David which lasted for several years, and David had to flee for his life. Because the work of God is a process and you cannot cut corners, David had to learn the hard way. First, instead of becoming the king of Israel, he was first appointed the king of Judah. All these are part of the process.  2 Samuel 2v 1-4.
You must accept the challenge and pay the price. There is nothing free in heaven. Even if the gifts are given freely, you must earn it.  Natural laws must take its course. The atheist, Christian or Muslim all have equal chance to make it in life. When God commanded mankind to dominate, subdue, multiply and replenish the earth, He did not limit this to any particular race, religion, affiliation or people. “And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth,” Genesis 1 v 28. You don’t need to be a Christian to be rich. Anybody who understand the rules of how to get rich and applies them will be rich. Wealth has nothing to do with your affiliation to God or any religion. The earlier you know this, the better for you. Having God by your side is only a bonus. The power to decide whether you want to stay poor or rich is in your hands. God did not create you to have ears, mouth, eyes and brain for nothing. They are all you need to have all your needs met. Financial security does not come by being a Christian. You need to know the process. It is the process you apply that will make you rich. Do not allow anyone to deceive you that sowing seed in the church will make you rich or lead to instant miracles. It does not guarantee success.
Becoming a Christian only enhances your chances of going to heaven or having relationship with God. Being born again does not mean you will be financially secure. If your pastor tells you will be rich once you are born again, he is deceiving you. The true God does not require financial inducement to get His attention.
People who struggle or want the quick blessings always connect themselves to where they can get result without following any process or they are made to commit financially to cut corners and get the attention of God. In reality, they are only sowing to the wind. Breaking protocol, cutting corners or paying to get what you should ordinarily access for free is not the hallmark of God. It is Satan appearing as the angel of light. If God cannot answer your prayers in your house, He cannot answer your prayers in the church.




About the Author...


It is a tragedy to remain in a world you cannot control and all the more tragic if you do not have control over your own life. People who have surrendered leadership of their lives to others are always at the mercy of those they serve.


Omoruyi Uwuigiaren is a former cartoonist turned writer. When he was a kid, writing was the last thing on his mind. He loved music and composed rap songs for his high school band. After school, he wanted to pursue a career in music. Instead he embraced writing. Thanks to a pastor who encouraged him to write little books and make them available in bookstores.

Ruyi lives in Lagos. Next to his family and friends, writing is his passion and happiness. Today, he writes middle grade adventure fiction and picture books. Some of his published books include The Adventures of Nihu, The City Heroes and other stories from the heart of Africa, The Mystery of Taiwo Da Silva, the Promised Land; I am Jane, Jane the Good Girl, Shadows in a River, Little Okon and the Outside World, Giant in a Hut, and the Little King.

He is the founder of Ruyi’s World of Books and Stories and Human Change Communications Company. His literary works and short stories have appeared on Moronic Ox Literary and Cultural Journal, San Francisco Review of Books, QWERTY Thoughts, the Story of a Writer, the Guardian Newspapers, and the Vanguard Newspapers.

Most of his books are printed (in-house) on either 60 grams or 70 grams bond quality paper by Human Change Communications Company. Covers are printed in full colour on pelican or FBB paper (thick and durableand laminated. 

The little books and pamphlets are moved to his trimming station where they are folded and bound (by hand) using a commercial-grade saddle stapler. Each book is carefully trimmed using an electric trimmer, making the outside edge crisp (just like perfect bound books have). Every book is neatly packed and new-looking until they are sold. The extra effort means his books are more expensive to produce, but beautiful and highly collectible. Most of his little books are produced in large numbers from 300 to 1000 copies and are usually sold out in three months or less. His books are distributed to primary schools in Nigeria. Quality is key. He builds his books to last.

You can buy some of his eBooks hereApart from his blog where you can read his books, articles and short stories for free, you can also download his free books in PDF, Epub, Kindle and TXT formats here.

Reach him at: Ldsomoruyi@yahoo.ca






Thursday, June 13, 2019

Latoya—Sing a New Song with Empress of Gospel Music.


Ruyi: How would you describe yourself? Tell us something about where you are based, and how you came to be a song writer and musician.

I am Josephine Latoya Okunbor. I am married with two children. I am from Edo State. I studied Business Education at the Adeniran Ogunsaya College of Education, Ijanikin, Lagos state, Nigeria. My journey as a musician and song writer started when I joined the 144,000 music group many years ago.

Ruyi: Ah! I remember. Then I was the coordinator of the group and it was like 144,000 or nothing. How time flies! Yes, you are now a gospel artiste. You are aware that secular music is doing well in Nigeria. Davido, Wizkid and a host of other secular artistes are making cool hard cash from music nowadays. As you know, no reasonable human being wants to be left behind. Have you considered secular music? Some say it is a goldmine!

No, I have not considered it. Well as for today, it is gospel music all the way.

Ruyi: It’s all right. I know a lot of popular secular musicians today who were once choristers in their church. So I won’t be surprised if someday you make the transition because you are also a chorister in your church. And you are doing well. Brandy, Snoop Dogg were once in the choir. The world is a small place. Anything can happen, Latoya! Once the opportunity comes, I expect you to take advantage of it. Anyway, that’s my candid opinion. So let’s move on. Tell us something about the songs or contents that you have written or created and the story behind them.

Most of my songs are true story of my life, the challenges that I have gone through and how God helped me to overcome. My life is a testimony. My life is in God’s hands.

Ruyi: Life is good and God is good. What place does music, song writing or content creation hold in your life?

Well, I always tell people who care to listen to me that once you take away music from me, I will cease to exist. Music, writing songs and content creation holds the greatest part of existence in me.

         Ruyi: I am a writer. So I understand you. The music industry in Nigeria is very tough and challenging. I have seen promising artistes fall by the way side due to one reason or another. It appears if you don’t have money to promote your songs, you will never be heard. So it is winner takes all. As a Gospel artiste, you have your challenges too. People hardly want to pay for gospel shows. Now tell me. What marketing techniques have been most effective for you? People need to know how you have been making money from your songs.

         That for now is in the hands of my producer.

Ruyi: Who is your producer?


       Ruyi: Ben Jossy? I know him. We are friends. He knows a lot about the music industry in Nigeria. You are in safe hands, Latoya!

Thank you, Ruyi!

         Ruyi: You are welcome. What do you think makes a song or content sell, or makes a person buy it?

Creativity, instrumentation and choice of words.

         Ruyi: What’s the most moving or affecting thing a reader or fan has said to you.

I remember recently someone said, “Ma, your songs have immensely blessed me and healed me from sickness and discouragement. Keep it up!”

Ruyi: What are your favourite three songs and why?
i.       Sing a new song
ii.      Alashe nla
iii.     Oluwa mi
These songs speak a lot about my background.

Ruyi: Who are your favourite three musicians and what do you like about them?    
i.       Cece Winans
ii.      Juanita Bynum
iii.     Frank Edward
I love their uniqueness, passion and lyrics of the songs.

      Ruyi: Everybody knows Frank Edward and Cece Winans are prolific singers. I hope someday you will be like them. Tell us about the songs that you are currently working on and their progress.

I will be releasing a single with my friend and gospel minister Dayo dayspring anytime soon. Title of the song is “Oba Ni Jesu”.

Ruyi: What challenges do you think are faced by musicians, song writers and content creation like you and what’s the worst thing about the industry according to you?

There are lots of talented musicians out there but they have no sponsors. And even the established musicians are not helping the upcoming artiste to fulfill their dreams. I would have come into lime light long ago but no one was ready to help me. Not until I met my Pastor, whom God has used to help me fulfill this dream.

          Ruyi: Ah! I like to have that kind of pastor as a friend. God bless him. He is a good man. Apart from singing, song writing, what goals do you want to achieve in life?

I want to help the needy and be a motivation to many, especially young people.

Ruyi: Is there anything else you would like to mention?

We need the church, government and corporate bodies to assist young people in Nigeria to achieve great things in their endeavour.

Ruyi: Okay. You are right. All of us need support. We can help one another to achieve great things. What is the title of your recently published or released song? Please include an extract of the song here.
           “SING A NEW SONG”
My mouth is full of your praise Oh Lord
For all the things you have done for me
I can only bring to you a song of praise.

          Ruyi: What message do you want to share with budding musicians, song writers and content creator?

Let your songs be creative and meaningful. Be prayerful and work hard.

        Ruyi: Thank you, Latoya! Where can your fans find you on social media? 
     


Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Just Released: “Oba Ni Jesu” by Gospel Artiste Sensation Latoya ft Dayo Dayspring

Gospel Sensation, “Latoya Okunbor” releases a new praise jam titled, “Oba Ni Jesu”!

She features gospel music minister, Dayo Dayspring (Hail my Jesus).

This afro percussive tune will get you on your feet and dancing to the praise of Jesus Christ the King of kings and the Lord of lords.

“Oba Ni Jesu” is the second single off Latoya’s Debut Studio Album.

The Audio and Video was made by Ben Jossy.

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Book Review: The Promised Land

In this short story, THE PROMISED LAND, author Omoruyi Uwuigiaren discusses Moses and how he disappointed God by not following His will.

God also explains to Moses what he did that made him angry. He says it’s normal to get angry, but it’s wrong if you can’t control that anger. Something for each of us to think about, when we are about to lose our temper, perhaps.

In each of the chapters, God talks to Moses. THE PROMISED LAND is a reminder to the reader, in very specific words, of how much God loves us. And, in spite of our doing things that anger God, He takes us home to Heaven when it’s our time. To me, that shows His love. What do you think?

This story would make a nice addition to your home library. It would be good to read every now and then, especially when you need encouragement of how God is always with us, in good times and in bad.


·         Release Date: February 17, 2019
·         ISBN: 9781386895091
·         Language: English
·         Download options: EPUB 2 (DRM-Free)

Omoruyi Uwuigiaren is a Nigerian who writes middle grade adventure fiction and picture books. Some of his books include: The Adventures of Nihu, the City Heroes and other stories from the heart of Africa, the Mystery of Taiwo Da Silva, the Promised Land, Jane the Good Girl, Shadows in a River, the Little Okon and the Outside World, Giant in a Hut and the Little King.
Ruyi is the founder of Ruyi's World of Books and Stories. His literary works and short stories have appeared on Moronic Ox Literary and Cultural Journal, Town Crier Times, the Story of a Writer, Qwerty Thoughts, the Guardian, and the Vanguard Newspapers.







Happy Reading.




Meet the Reviewer...
                                             


Beverly Stowe McClure
Most of the times you'll find Beverly in front of the computer, writing stories young voices whisper in her ear. Other times she's snapping pictures of wildlife, clouds, and flowers. She has fifteen books published for children and teens, some of them award winners, like the Children's Literary Classics, Sharp Writ Awards, and Next Generation Indie Awards, as well as others. 

To relax she plays the piano. Her kitties don't appreciate good music and hide when she tickles the ivories. 

She hopes you enjoy her novels and picture books.





Saturday, June 8, 2019

Excerpt of the Forthcoming Book, "Misery of the Popular God" by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren


There are people who think they are better than others. We are gods and there is a “Supreme Being” that rules in the affairs of men. The Supreme Being is the God of us all. “Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh…” Jeremiah 32 v 27a. He is the one true God that is love and ever willing to accept people irrespective of their weakness and shortcoming. He is eternal. He is the beginning and the end. He is open to help anyone because we are all inscribed in the palm of his hands. He is not a material God that requires sticks and stones before He will respond. He is a spiritual being and it requires a high level of spirituality to work with Him. “God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth,” John 4 v 24. While you are spiritual in your service to God, you are expected to be in charge of your own life. As children of God, you have the power to take decisions, rest when you are tired, and find something to eat. You can also cloth yourself, seek advancement, embrace modernity and have a personal relationship with God. You are the number one prophet of your own life. If you have Jesus Christ, you do not need a middle man no matter who he is. According to the book of Genesis 1 v 28, mankind have been prophetically unleashed by the his Maker to dominate, control, multiply and subdue the earth irrespective of his religion, race, background, affiliation and ethnicity. 
In Africa, especially Nigeria, not many have encountered this God because He is not popular. God is slow to anger. Slow to react because He is a God of process. God thrives in orderliness.  God moves faster where there is order. Because many people are not willing to follow due process, they seek alternative route. A project that ordinarily should take five or more years to achieve, many Christians in Nigeria want to have them overnight. Some Christians are like a student who gains admission into college for a four year program. After just two days in the school, he is already thinking that he is due for graduation. With the little or no knowledge, he jumps into the labour market to seek employment. He believes that since he has paid the tuition fee for the first year and spent some days in the class, he is good to go. He is qualified like the person who endured the hardship of learning for years. His status has to change since he is a child of God whether he is qualified or not. Sadly there are people who are willing to feed the ignorance to their own advantage. All they need to do is tell the people what they want to hear. Large percentage of the people wants to hear that the process is not as important as the proceeds. Just give or sow seed and you are going to be blessed. You will receive power from the miraculous. God will break protocols to bless you. He is a merciful God. He is going to turn your sorrow to joy right away. When mischievous people tell their followers that God is a miraculous God and that things can be achieved quickly by trusting Him, they don’t tell their followers how the seventeen year old Joseph who was sold to Egypt by his own brothers. And it took Joseph thirteen years of hardship, perseverance, serving the Lord in truth and in spirit, and frustration to become the governor of Egypt. “And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, See, I have set thee over all the land of Egypt.
“Then Pharaoh took his signet ring from his hand and put it on Joseph’s hand, and clothed him in garments of fine linen and put a gold chain about his neck.
“And he made him ride in his second chariot. And they called out before him, “Bow the knee!” Thus he set him over all the land of Egypt.
 “Moreover, Pharaoh said to Joseph, “I am Pharaoh, and without your consent no one shall lift up hand or foot in all the land of Egypt.
“And Pharaoh called Joseph’s name Zaphenath-paneah. And he gave him in marriage Asenath, the daughter of Potiphera priest of On. So Joseph went out over the land of Egypt.
Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh King of Egypt. And Joseph went out from the presence of Pharaoh and went through all the land of Egypt,” Genesis 41 v 41-46.
In the kingdom of God, there are no short cuts. There is nothing like quick fix. Samuel anointed David as the King of Israel when he was just a boy. When David was anointed, King Saul was still the king of Israel. Anointing is not a guarantee that you will not encounter trouble. It is only symbolic that you are for something special. It does not guarantee safety from attacks, enemies and struggles.
However, ascending the throne ordained by God for him nearly cost David his life. There was enmity between the house of Saul and the house of David which lasted for several years, and David had to flee for his life. Because the work of God is a process and you cannot cut corners, David had to learn the hard way. First, instead of becoming the king of Israel, he was first appointed the king of Judah. All these are part of the process.  2 Samuel 2v 1-4.
You must accept the challenge and pay the price. There is nothing free in heaven. Even if the gifts are given freely, you must earn it.  Natural laws must take its course. The atheist, Christian or Muslim all have equal chance to make it in life. When God commanded mankind to dominate, subdue, multiply and replenish the earth, He did not limit this to any particular race, religion, affiliation or people. “And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth,” Genesis 1 v 28. You don’t need to be a Christian to be rich. Anybody who understand the rules of how to get rich and applies them will be rich. Wealth has nothing to do with your affiliation to God or any religion. The earlier you know this, the better for you. Having God by your side is only a bonus. The power to decide whether you want to stay poor or rich is in your hands. God did not create you to have ears, mouth, eyes and brain for nothing. They are all you need to have all your needs met. Financial security does not come by being a Christian. You need to know the process. It is the process you apply that will make you rich. Do not allow anyone to deceive you that sowing seed in the church will make you rich or lead to instant miracles. It does not guarantee success.
Becoming a Christian only enhances your chances of going to heaven or having relationship with God. Being born again does not mean you will be financially secure. If your pastor tells you will be rich once you are born again, he is deceiving you. The true God does not require financial inducement to get His attention.
People who struggle or want the quick blessings always connect themselves to where they can get result without following any process or they are made to commit financially to cut corners and get the attention of God. In reality, they are only sowing to the wind. Breaking protocol, cutting corners or paying to get what you should ordinarily access for free is not the hallmark of God. It is Satan appearing as the angel of light.

Meet Omoruyi Uwuigiaren...

Omoruyi Uwuigiaren is a former cartoonist turned writer. When he was a kid, writing was the last thing on his mind. He loved music and composed rap songs for his high school band. After school, he wanted to pursue a career in music. Instead he embraced writing. Thanks to a pastor who encouraged him to write little books and make them available in bookstores.


Ruyi lives in Lagos. Next to his family and friends, writing is his passion and happiness. Today, he writes middle grade adventure fiction and picture books. Some of his published books include The Adventures of Nihu, The City Heroes and other stories from the heart of Africa, The Mystery of Taiwo Da Silva, the Promised Land; I am Jane, Jane the Good Girl, Shadows in a River, Little Okon and the Outside World, Giant in a Hut, and the Little King.

He is the founder of Ruyi’s World of Books and Stories and Human Change Communications Company. His literary works and short stories have appeared on Moronic Ox Literary and Cultural Journal, San Francisco Review of Books, QWERTY Thoughts, the Story of a Writer, the Guardian Newspapers, and the Vanguard Newspapers.

Most of his books are printed (in-house) on either 60 grams or 70 grams bond quality paper by Human Change Communications Company. Covers are printed in full colour on pelican or FBB paper (thick and durableand laminated. 

The little books and pamphlets are moved to his trimming station where they are folded and bound (by hand) using a commercial-grade saddle stapler. Each book is carefully trimmed using an electric trimmer, making the outside edge crisp (just like perfect bound books have). Every book is neatly packed and new-looking until they are sold. The extra effort means his books are more expensive to produce, but beautiful and highly collectible. Most of his little books are produced in large numbers from 300 to 1000 copies and are usually sold out in three months or less. His books are distributed to primary schools in Nigeria. Quality is key. He builds his books to last.

You can buy some of his eBooks hereApart from his blog where you can read his books, articles and short stories for free, you can also download his free books in PDF, Epub, Kindle and TXT formats here.

Reach him at: Ldsomoruyi@yahoo.ca