The Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) will host British-Nigerian writer, Ola Awonubi on its all-writers’ affair platform ‘Catch Up!’ this Thursday.
The celebrated author would be expected to touch on the major themes in her latest book, ‘Naija Love Stories.’
Catch Up! is an event hosted by the Accra International Book Festival twice in a month to explore the writing experiences of writers both local and international.
The all-writers’ affair programme takes place on the Book Festival’s social media platforms, with over 200 active participants.
In a statement ahead of the event, AIBF Executive Director, Iris Naa Norkor Akwetey said Ola Awonubi continues to change the heart of many across the world with her books.
“She is good at what she does and the themes she explores in her books are relevant to the survival of the world,” she said.
Ola Awonubi has already won the adulation of the world with her books, which continue to receive rave reviews from critics, book lovers and other writers.
Her book, ‘Naija Love Stories’ is a collection of 12 tales dealing with complex and intoxicating emotions that humans encounter in their lifetime.
Ola Awonubi has an MA in Creative Writing and Imaginative Practice at the University of East London.
In 2008 her short story, ‘The Pink House’ won the first prize in the National Words of Colour Competition in the United Kingdom.
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