For just N7,000, Nigeria’s Sunshine Bookseller is ready to sell you a collection of all six books by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. That would mean her three novels, Purple Hibiscus (2003), Half of a Yellow Sun (2006) and Americanah (2013); her short story collection, The Thing Around Your Neck (2009); and her two essay books, We Should All Be Feminists (2014) and Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions (2017).

For just N7,000, you can have fourteen years of Adichie’s career in your bag! The promo is organised by Aloko Adewale Peter, an official at Sunshine Bookseller.

The offer will expire on 20 July 2017.

Here is information from Good Books Africa Website.

PLEASE JUST TEXT OR WHATSAPP “6 CNA BOOKS, YOUR FULL NAME, DELIVERY ADDRESS, AND BEST TIME TO DELIVER” (in that order) TO 08028708577. Please note that it is the total of the 6 titles that can be purchase for N7,000. If you want individual titles, then kindly place your order at http://www.sunshinenigeria.com/chimamanda-ngozi-adichie

FOR ANY FURTHER CLARIFICATION, PLEASE CALL 08028708577 OR JUST SEND AN EMAIL TO INFO@SUNSHINEBOOKSELLER.COM.

Delivery is free within Ibadan and cost just N500 to deliver within Lagos (Call Taofeeq on 07085518188 or 09091362508 if your delivery address is in Lagos). PAYMENT ON DELIVERY POD available in Lagos and Ibadan ONLY.

If you are in Ibadan, you can also come to our office at 2, Durowade Crescent, Olopomewa Area, Sango/Poly Road, Eleyele to get your copies.

It is PAYMENT BEFORE DELIVERY to other cities. Please note that all payments should be made only to the account details below:

Bank Name: Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB)
Account Name: Sunshine Bookseller
Account Number: 0029337629

(You can call Adewale on 08028708577 before or after payment to verify your payment. Please doubting Thomas and time wasters should not bother to call. If in doubt whether you will get the books after you’ve made payment to us, then please just find someone in Lagos or Ibadan you can send your money to and the person can pay us on delivery and the person will send the books to you).

Find out how the books will be delivered to you HERE.

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NOTE: Brittle Paper has no interest in this initiative and is not responsible for it. Interested people are directed to contact the said organisation.

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About Otosirieze Obi-Young

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Otosirieze Obi-Young’s writing has been shortlisted for the 2016 Miles Morland Writing Scholarship, the 2017 Gerald Kraak Award, and nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize. His fiction has appeared in Transition (“A Tenderer Blessing,” 2015), The Threepenny Review (“Mulumba,” 2016), and Pride and Prejudice: African Perspectives on Gender, Social Justice and Sexuality (“You Sing of a Longing,” 2017), an anthology of The Jacana Literary Foundation and The Other Foundation. His work further appears in Interdisciplinary Academic Essays, Africa in Dialogue, and Brittle Paper, where he is submissions editor. He is the editor of the Art Naija Series: a sequence of concept-based e-anthologies of writing and visual art focusing on different aspects of Nigerianness. The first anthology, Enter Naija: The Book of Places (Oct., 2016) focuses on cities. The second, Work Naija: The Book of Vocations (June, 2017) focuses on professions. He attended the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and currently teaches English at another Nigerian university. When bored, he blogs pop culture at naijakulture.blogspot.com or just Googles Rihanna.

5 Responses to “For Just N7,000, Sunshine Bookseller Will Sell You All Six Books by Chimamanda Adichie” Subscribe

  1. Thanks 2017/07/14 at 12:01 #

    I know this is not related to this post, but I have to say it. Nigerians don’t read book. All my friends are graduates yet they don’t read novel. They only read when there is exam or job interviews. I was thinking of floating an online bookstore but when I take the statistics of people around I feel discouraged. My friends don’t read. Their friends don’t read. These guys are lawyers, computer scientist and engineers. When they see me reading novel it’s as if I am doing something odd before them. It is very said. This narrative being propagated by teju Cole in his book everyday for the thief, was just a wishful thinking. How could one read in any bus in Lagos? I have watch interviews of Adichie saying Nigerians read, lol, for a country of over 170 million the percentage of readers would make best sellers like Adichie hungry for the rest of their lives. My Nigerian wannabe writers, please when you seat down to write, write for the west if you intend to make money from your book. If you like write poverty fiction, as long as it puts food on your table well done.

  2. 1kbookstand 2017/07/18 at 14:29 #

    Hello Thanks.

    That is a very big lie. Nigerians do read if books are cheap and accessible.

    I floated my online bookshop initially to sell all the books I have read on my shelf. And I am proud to say since April 2017, I have sold 656 books (to add the 4 I will ship tomorrow)

    The readers are well and alive here. We are tired of this narrative that Nigerians don’t read. We read. And we read well well. Visit Underbridge ojuelegba bookstores, Ikeja along, Yaba, Oshodi, Ojo (just in front of Lasu) and ask them the amount of books they sell daily.

    Look at Twitter accounts like @thereadclub @bookhubAfrica and Instagram account like @Zaynabtyty @thelityard @eclectictope @thatporthacourtboy @thatothernigeriangirl @mayowareads @bagusmutendi and plenty others you will realise that Nigerians do read a lot and they read good books too.

    So carry your narrative and go. We are tired of it.

  3. 1kbookstand 2017/07/18 at 14:34 #

    And dear young writers, don’t be pressured into writing for the West. Write stories like Kintu, Sozaboy, Longthroat Memoirs etc. We go buy am.

    Write in Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, never mind, as long as you write well. We go buy am and even tell every other person about you.

    Forget people who try to persuade you to jettison your originality. Publishers plenty, readers plenty and even we don’t like your book that much, we would hashtag it still, drag you and make it trend.

    Write good stuff. And we would buy it

  4. Adefemi Adejola 2017/07/19 at 05:50 #

    Just taken delivery of my order – all the six books delivered in good condition inot Lagos. This initiative should be encouraged please. It is genuine. Thanks BrittlePaper and Dr. Ainehi Edoro for providing the platform for this.

  5. Adefemi Adejola 2017/07/19 at 06:42 #

    … delivered in good condition in Lagos. ………

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