FeaturesReviews Watch: Oyinkan Braithwaite Discusses Her Book “My Sister, The Serial Killer” September 7, 20190791 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail Delicious reddit LinkedIn StumbleUpon Like 0 BBC Africa Book Club is back and we have a very special episode. This time, we’re talking to the author of the book being reviewed! Princess Irede Abumere is joined by Oyinkan Braithwaite to discuss My Sister, The Serial Killer. Join Station Magazine Tribe Get A Collection of Short Stories Subscribe To Daily Email To Fuel Your Creativity Get a Collection of short stories by Joshua Oyenigbehin First Name Email We won't disturb you with spams or temper with your privacy Related tags : BBC Africa Book ReviewBook ReviewMy SisterOyinkan BraithwaiteThe Series Killer About Author Joshua Oyenigbehin Joshua Oyenigbehin is an introvert who is passionate about Storytelling, writing, and teaching. He sees his imagination as an unsearchable world, more magical than a fairyland. He has written a novel and working on another Post navigation Previous Article Xenophobic Attacks & Post-Apartheid Depression in South Africa – Joshua Oyenigbehin Next Article Xenophobia: Over 300 Nigerians Have Registered To Leave South Africa Related Articles FeaturesOpinionsTimeless Articles March 21, 20190569 International Day of Happiness: Read These Six Ways To Stay Happy Yesterday, Wednesday, the 20th of March was 2019 International day for Happiness. This to a great extent bring to fore the need for every human being to live a happy life. The fact that the world' Read More Features May 22, 20190548 Glaring Signs You Are Addicted to WhatsApp – Damilola Faustino Glaring Signs You Are Addicted to WhatsApp - Damilola Faustino WhatsApp is one of the most widely used apps in the world today. You will find it in almost every smartphone. The average user checks Wh Read More FeaturesQuote By HeroesTimeless Articles August 26, 20191718 Introverts’ Corner: 20 Insightful Quotes That Only Introverts Will Understand Introversion is a complicated personality trait. Some times even introverts themselves doubt if they don't need a cure to what seems to them as a disease. The trait may be misconstrued for so many Read More FeaturesOpinions March 8, 20190660 Are women Their Own Biggest Problem? WOMEN ARE THEIR OWN BIGGEST PROBLEM During my days in the university, I asked one of my few female friends who she would be voting for during the faculty election, I asked because she was enthusiasti Read More BooksProse/PoemsReviews November 27, 20190591 Book Review: Helon Habila’s “Waiting For A Angel”, The Tragedy Of A Nation. Book Review: Helon Habila’s “Waiting For A Angel”, A Tragedy Of A Nation. Helon Habila’s “Waiting for an Angel” has given us reason to reflect on oppression, tyranny and their implication on the live Read More FeaturesQuote By Heroes May 8, 20190646 #WednesdayMotivation: Here Are Unforgettable Quote By Chinua Achebe Chinua Achebe is described to be the Father of Modern African literature. Famous for his first novel, "Things Fall Apart", the professor, poet, novelist, and elder statesman is known worldwide for his Read More Comment here Cancel replyName * Email * Website Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.