The Necro-Files was a brilliantly written, fast paced,
captivating paranormal fiction. I could identify with the main
character's doggedness as a student seeking part time work to see her
through college and the rejection she faced at her initial efforts to
secure a job. Her desperation made her accept employment at a morgue.
This was the beginning of her adventure into the supernatural world and
unusual happenings in the morgue. I could hardly put the book down as I
wanted to know if she would survive her ordeal at the end. The author C.L. Bledsoe
explores the unknown in a witty, adventurous manner that is not
horrifying, but extremely exciting. I would recommend this book to
anyone that enjoys a touch of the supernatural, mystery and a tinge of
romance. Awesome read!
The National president of Association of Nigeria Christian Authors and Publishers (ANCAPS), Wole Adedoyin, recently unveiled the 2017 winners of the Nigerian Christian Literature Award (NCLA).
After a review of the 2017 entries by the judges, awards were conferred on four books for literary excellence.
The Samuel Ajayi Crowther Writers Award for best Christian Fiction was awarded to Mrs. Mbadugha Chigozie Anuli for her short story collection titled Beyond the Trial.
Miss Akalonu Onyinyechukwu won the Mathew Ashimolowo Christian Writers Award with her entry titled Not Easy but Gainful Waiting.
Udedike Chigozie emerged the 2017 NCLA Young Writer Award with his entry - Voice of a
Suicide and other stories
Saint Jimoh won the John Bunyan Prize for the best essay.
You will recall that the short story collection Beyond the Trial which was awarded the Samuel Ajayi Crowther Prize for best Christian fiction is the inaugural feature book of CambaBooks. The Beyond the Trial Book Tour…