A Woman’s Pride is Her Husband
Written in the 1960s by Mrs. Chinwe Akaosa. In this booklet, we view marriage through the eyes of an Igbo married woman. She explains and gives advice on how to handle a spouse in a traditional or modern Nigerian home of the 1960s era.
Written in the 1960s in Nigeria. In this booklet ,we view marriage through the eyes of a married Igbo woman.She explains and gives ideas on how to handle a spouse in a traditional or modern Nigerian home of the 1960s era.
To mark the 1st year anniversary of Liber Book club, Enugu, Nigeria, its members wrote They Came To Stay- a collection of short stories. Not that they are amateurs , they are closet writers who have attempted to produce a literary work commensurate with that of their model authors.
This e-book does not only contain short stories themed around mermaids or mammywater as its fondly called in Nigeria. It also features the summary of Liber Book club discussions and a cross word puzzle game of all the books the members have read as a group.
It is hoped that you will be moved to read those books too and attempt the crossword puzzle game.
Written by Uche Osita James, The Rule of Salt and other stories contain the following :
A Tale of Two
Shades of Red
The Rule of Salt