Book Review: Aminatta Forna’s ‘The Memory of Love’

Memory of Love starts leisurely, taking you into the internal workings of the mind of an old man, his frail state and his small world. You learn how he preserves his memories, and how he visits them frequently, and how being at the end of his life there is nowhere else to go but to […]

QPL INTERVIEWS: TOLU FALODE

The QPL interviewee for our ‘Rebirth’ month is the beautiful Tolu Falode. Tolu Falode is a law graduate, writer, blogger and motivational speaker. She shares stories from her heart to help people advance in their faith, relationships and destiny. She is the author of Gift of Grace. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is […]

QPL Book Review: The Wonderful Life of Senator Boniface and other Sorry Tales

  Ayo Sogunro is well known as one of our illustrious twitter lords over on “Naija Twitter”. In real life, he is a lawyer and a human rights activist…wait, it also says here that he is a writer. The Wonderful Life of Senator Boniface and other Sorry Tales is a collection of short stories and […]

QPL Book Review: Satans and Shaitans

Want suspense? Want suspense set in Nigeria? Want suspense set in Nigeria with an eerily realistic almost prophetic premise? Well look no further! This first book by Obinna Udenwe is a thriller very worth the read. Obinna took several situations we are facing in Nigeria and managed to weave them expertly into this thick web […]

WHY YOU SHOULD JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER

  Nick Thacker through his blog LiveHacked.com, writes about writing as well as the many tasks the modern writer takes on as a digital entrepreneur. In this article he addresses the importance of your book cover and how indie authors can get it right. Why You Should Judge a Book By Its Cover… …Because everyone […]

FOR SAM BOOK REVIEW

In an interview with distinguished stockbroker, Tola Mobulorin, the author muses about Nigerians and our seemingly short memory. It is therefore fitting that For Sam: A Collection of Contemporary Thoughts by Jimi Disu, challenges that sense of amnesia because it contains accounts which anyone who desires to know about Nigeria, its peoples, politics and history, […]

In Conversation With Jimi Disu

On the 17th of December 2015, Quramo Publishing will present For Sam: A Collection of Contemporary Thoughts by Jimi Disu, the new title under its Q Books imprint, at the National Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), No 13/15 Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island by 10.30am. For Sam features some of the finest ideas drawn from […]

PRESS RELEASE

IN HER OWN RIGHT – ABIMBOLA EMMANUELLA FASHOLA   QURAMO Publishing, under its QBooks imprint presents ‘In Her Own Right- Abimbola Emmanuella Fashola’ on the 13th of May, 2015 at Eko Hotel & Suites.   ABOUT THE BOOK The title of First Lady is one that has only fully taken its place in public life […]

Wasafiri New Writing Prize

The 2015 Wasafiri New Writing prize is now open. Entries are now welcome for the 2015 Wasafiri New Writing Prize. We are looking for submissions in three categories: Poetry, Fiction and Life Writing. Prize for each category: £300 and publication in Wasafiri Magazine Deadline: 5pm GMT on Friday 24 July 2015. Judges Toby Litt Yasmin Alibhai Brown […]