Have you met, read or encounter a superhuman? Yes, I have. And No, I don’t mean those ones with capes and definitely not those with certain costumes and regalias depicting mysticism, but superhumans whose superpowers are their minds, their life, their personality, their story, their skill and ability to weave words as uniquely as they do. This is a compilation of some superhumans I know.

Reading helps me understand how the mind of the author works, join me, let’s go on a mind reading journey.

Bura-Bari Nwilo‘s “The colour of a thing believed

The Colour of a thing believed by Bura-Bari Nwilo

Chidindu Mmadu-Okoli‘s “Be utterly shameless”

Hymar David‘s “The Gundown” and “I for don blow but I too dey press phone”

the gundown by hymar david
i for don blow but I too dey press phone by Hymar david

Sewedo Nupowaku, Odukoya, Afere, Briggs, Morby, Amadi, Oladejo, Pablo’s “Trinity”

trinity by hannu afere

Nsikak Effiong’s E-Cookbook

Nsikak Effiong's E-Cookbook

Hannu Afere‘s “A very Nigerian halloween”

a very nigerian halloween by hannu afere

Eketi Edima Ette‘s “Compound Matters” and “Chinda Ella“.

Isaac Newton Akah‘s “Living in Gidi” and “Women we know”

Olumide Lawrence“s Building a Social Empire

Olumide"Glowville' Lawrence Building a Social Empire

Chykah Bro‘s “If Human

Eniola Enmae Adeniji’s “Marriage and sex”.

TJ Benson’s “We won’t fade into darkness”

TJ Benson We won't fade into darkness

Bibi Ukonu’sThings that start small but sweet

Ibelema Greene’s “Unraveling

Chiemelie Michael Onyeka‘s “Life as I see it” and “The Evolution of the Igweship institution in Oba”.

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I would like to know some of the super-humans you have read their books?

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