Legend of the Walking Dead: Igbo Mythologies

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Blog Tour by Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko

It is my honor and privilege to welcome Joy on her 4WillsPublishing Tour. Joy, I was so excited when I got the word that I would be hosting you today. I am a big fan of your work, Mirror of Our Lives: Voices of Four Igbo Women. Your issues are about disrupting the status quo and that makes you a super woman. At least that’s how I feel about you. You have to be politically incorrect to write about customs and norms in your world that target and demean women. I think it happens all over the world. I can appreciate you for shedding some light on this delicate subject. And now, on to a supernatural thriller!! Well let me tell you – I got my copy of Legend of the Walking Dead: Igbo Mythologies so I guess I better start reading…

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WELCOME JASON ZANDRI!!

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It is an honor and a pleasure to host Jason Zandri today. And so I am asking book club members and followers to please take the time to read Jason’s post, leave a comment and share this post. He will appreciate that. If you like what you see, pick up a copy of his book. Let’s give him a huge welcome!

On a number of occasions I have been asked if I have a favorite part in “Another Sunset”; one part about the story that stands out, above everything else, as an absolute favorite.
I answered that question in the prior segment of the blog tour and I got to thinking on the same topic for “As Life Goes: Elementary.” Interestingly enough, I have the same dilemma with this book as I did in “Another Sunset.”

I explained, in that blog post, that I had to “asterisk” my choice…

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