- The Joys of Motherhood, 1979, by Buchi Emecheta
- Zenzele A letter for My Daughter by J. Nozipo Maraire
- Neighbours, 1995, Lília Momplé
- Things Fall Apart, 1958, by Chinua Achebe
- Half of a yellow sun, 2006, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
- Women are Different, 1986, Flora Nwapa
- Changes, A Love Story, 1991, by Ama Ata Aidoo
- Kehinde, 1994, Buchi Emecheta
- A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier, 2007, Ishmael Beah
- I Do Not Come to You by Chance, 2009, Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani
- Minaret, 2005, Leila Aboulela
- One is Enough, 1981, Flora Nwapa
- Diaries of a Dead African, 2003, Chuma Nwokolo, JR
- Born In The Big Rains, 2004, Fadumo Korn
- Infidel, 2007, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
- No Longer at Ease, 1960, by Chinua Achebe
- Living, Loving and Lying Awake at Night, 1991, Sindiwe Magona
- So Long A Letter, 1979, Mariama Bâ
- The Education of a Brtish-Protected Child, 2009, Chinua Achebe
- The Palm-Wine Drinkard, 1952, Amos Tutuola
You now have your New Year Reading Challenge, do not hesitate to read them all. They are all page-turner, eye-opener and entertaining.
Moreover, I hosted a Book Giveaway on the 15th of December 2013, please click here for more info. Six candidates participated from five different nationalities, American (U.S.A), Burudian, Ugandan, Portuguese and Nigerians.
I would like to annouce that the winner is Thierry Manirambona a Burundian that lives in Belgium, the novel will be dispatched to him tomorrow. I hope he enjoys it and shares his reading experience with us.
Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous reading!
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