Toasting Her

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David Njoku, a shy and studious 20-year old, believes he has found the girl of his dreams. The only problem is that he has never actually spoken to her. To complicate matters, David learns that she might be embroiled in a nasty scandal on campus. Will he overcome his shyness and pursue the girl he has fallen in love with?
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About Sharon Abimbola Salu

Sharon Abimbola Salu grew up in Lagos, Nigeria where she lived until she relocated to the United States of America where she currently resides.

Her stories are mostly set in Nigeria, and she writes stories she would like to read. A professed lover of spicy foods, she loves experimenting with new recipes, to the dismay of non-spicy food lovers. Apart from writing, photography is her other hobby.

Visit her blog at http://www.sharonsalu.com

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Review by: Andrew, G Faniku on Oct. 03, 2016 :
I just read finished reading this short story. It is a love story that’s well written. I am not a big fan of romance, but I am interested in African literature. This book was written by someone who understands how to use the English language to convey a story written about a foreign land in a way that’s accessible to American readers. ‘Toasting her’ is an Excellent work of fiction. It has no unnecessary fluffs, no superfluous or pretentious words. It is just simple good storytelling. It uses a few dialogues in Pidgin English, but this will not lose the reader. I look forward to other works by this author.
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Review by: Andrew, G Faniku on Oct. 03, 2016 :
I just read finished reading this short story. It is a love story that’s well written. I am not a big fan of romance, but I am interested in African literature. This book was written by someone who understands how to use the English language to convey a story written about a foreign land in a way that’s accessible to American readers. ‘Toasting her’ is an Excellent work of fiction. It has no unnecessary fluffs, no superfluous or pretentious words. It is just simple good storytelling. It uses a few dialogues in Pidgin English, but this will not lose the reader. I look forward to other works by this author.
(review of free book)

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