Left at the Altar: Looking for God in the Light and Finding Him in the Dark (A Memoir)

“Left at the Altar” is a book about a dark period in the author’s life when she was left at the altar by her fiancée, a pastor.

The author weaves into the story the supernatural Hand of God as He leads her through forgiveness, emotional and physical healing, wholeness, and restoration.

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At Nineteen: Bracing the Odds of Teenage Pregnancy

COMPELLING, REVEALING and HEART-WARMING, this is a memoir that will resonate with you forever.

When a young teenage mother sets out on a lonely path to care for herself and her unborn child in an unfavourable environment, she manages to continue her education after the birth of her child, despite the loss of her father, who was her most important support system.

She manages to give her child the best of everything with the support of family and a few close friends. But as fate would have it, the worst was yet to come.

Hers is a tale of suffering and survival.

A book that inspires strength and character through adversity and challenges in life.

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Broken To Wholeness: A Cancelled Wedding, God’s Gift to Me

This memoir is a testimony of God’s saving grace from entering a bad marriage. My wedding was cancelled two months to the date when my ex fiance impregnated another woman. 

This book talks about the journey of how I overcame and drew closer to God and I know it will help someone relate, learn from my experience,  heal and escape the possibility of getting married to the wrong person.

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Lives of Great Men

From Victoria Island, Lagos to Brooklyn, U.S.A. to Accra, Ghana to Paris, France; from across the Diaspora to the heart of the African continent, in this memoir Nigerian journalist Chike Frankie Edozien offers a highly personal series of contemporary snapshots of same gender loving Africans, unsung Great Men living their lives, triumphing and finding joy in the face of great adversity.

On his travels and sojourns, Edozien explores the worsening legal climate for gay men and women on the continent; the impact homophobic evangelical American pastors are having in many countries, and its toxic intersection with political populism; and experiences the pressures placed on those living under harshly oppressive laws that are themselves the legacy of colonial rule – pressures that sometimes lead to seeking asylum in the West. Yet he remains hopeful, and this memoir, which is pacy, romantic and funny by turns, is also a love-letter to Africa, above all to Nigeria and the megalopolis that is Lagos.

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When The Fog Lifts

When the Fog Lifts is a racy, yet intimate account of the author’s experience in a toxic marriage. Her overly protective childhood does not prepare her for the realities of life. Now caught between an emotionally abusive husband and childhood memories of a very different situation with her parents, Seme gives a brutally frank account of her experiences.

In her first book, Seme Unuigbe-Eroh invites you on her journey from a life filled with chaos and confusion to a life of freedom and endless possibilities. Never shying away from the hard truths about what it takes to grow, Seme is transparent and vulnerable, which is freeing and a breath of fresh air and will inspire you to make the changes needed to find real and lasting freedom.

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Wise Guy: Lessons from a Life (Hardcover)

Silicon Valley icon and bestselling author Guy Kawasaki shares the unlikely stories of his life and the lessons we can draw from them.

Guy Kawasaki has been a fixture in the tech world since he was part of Apple’s original Macintosh team in the 1980s. He’s widely respected as a source of wisdom about entrepreneurship, venture capital, marketing, and business evangelism, which he’s shared in bestselling books such as The Art of the Start and Enchantment. But before all that, he was just a middle-class kid in Hawaii, a grandson of Japanese immigrants, who loved football and got a C+ in 9th grade English.

Wise Guy, his most personal book, is about his surprising journey. It’s not a traditional memoir but a series of vignettes. He toyed with calling it Miso Soup for the Soul, because these stories (like those in the Chicken Soup series) reflect a wide range of experiences that have enlightened and inspired him.

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