It’s February!

The month many think of being struck by Cupid’s arrow. On GrillandRead, we want to share love like we have always done by encouraging you to read more.

How did your reading plan go in January? Did you complete the book Candide? If you did, you would have learnt quite a bit about how events often come as a chain. If one thing does not happen the next might not. if you don’t write that book, you won’t win that prize. If you don’t send that application, you won’t get invited for that interview. If you don’t attend that interview, you won’t get that job. If you don’t visit our blog, you won’t read this post; if you don’t read this post, you won’t know what our books for February are…

Speaking of which, let’s give you an official welcome to the month of February.

Yes! It is going to be 28 days of fun!

So, what are we reading in February? Here is a list we put together.

1. Wine and water by Hannah Onoguwe

Hannah’s collection of 12 stories that will leave your toes tingling. It wont be a bad idea to have some chocolate or sweet wine nearby as you savour this offering.

2. Clinical Blues by Dami Ajayi

Poetry lovers will enjoy this offering by Dami Ajayi. The collection has been described as a classic

Odufa: A Lover’s Tale by Othuke Omniabohs

Othuke is yet to rival his first book. Conspiracy of Ravens was good but not in the league of This lover’s tale. Find out why by reading this book.

Three great books, even if we must say so ourselves that you will absolutely enjoy reading this February.

You can share your February reading list with us in the comments section.


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Hello February!

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