Do you enjoy intrigue, innovation, and inspiration? Then check out ‘Alaoma’s Outrage’ and ‘The Legend of Ogadunma’

Posted by News Express | 19 December 2019 | 1,302 times

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Two of my latest works, Alaoma’s Outrage and The Legend of Ogadunma, went on sale globally late last month – precisely on November 3, 2019.  

As you may have noticed, both works are currently selling on, among other outlets.

In the case of this platform, to buy from any part of the world, all that a reader needs to do is to click on the advert, “SELLING FAST! 2 Great Offers from Renowned Author and Researcher” under the News Express logo and fill the form, pay and download the works or any of the preferred two.

As a researcher, I have observed an oft-repeated pattern in the latest screenwriting of Nollywood and Hollywood feature films and family television soap operas.

That is also an established trend in African (Black) movies played by African (Black) actors and written by African (Black) authors in America.

Besides, I grew up bored with fiction storylines of a husband having extramarital affairs and his wife resorting to religion or counseling.

I have for years sought to promote conservative writing and culture, while providing an entertaining perspective.

In Alaoma’s Outrage, the wife is unfaithful and her husband has to handle the crisis.

Yes, women have extra-nuptial liaisons, too.

That formed the foundation for TabooFUN, a line of compelling Igbo screenplay for the 2019/2020 holiday season.

Alaoma’s Outrage is set in Isuikwuato City of Isuikwuato Local Government Area of Abia State. It is a novel of Africa and African values, viewed from the traditions of Otampa and Umuasua.

As a Nigerian writer, Umm Sulaim has a worldwide audience, as her powerful and credible research works appeal to various demographics.

Book readers and cinema lovers, who appreciate intrigue, innovation, and inspiration, will be at home with Alaoma’s Outrage.

The other work, Legend of Ogadunma, is a tale of young love. Like Alaoma’s Outrage, Legend of Ogadunma is set in Isuikwuato, the ‘I’ in Abia State.

A month’s subscription costs N12,000 for both.

Get your copy and enjoy, then let me have our honest assessment.

•Umm Sulaim is the Publisher of Umm Sulaim’s Thoughts (

Copyright © 2019 Umm Sulaim. All rights reserved.

Source: News Express

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