Book cover of Daughters of Nri on a yellowish gold background. Reni. K Amayo is written in calligraphy in the top left, and interview is written 3 times in a circle in the upper right.
Bonus Episodes,  Interview

Interview with Reni K. Amayo, author of Daughters of Nri

Final interview episode coming at you with Reni K. Amayo, author of The Return of the Earth Mother series and founder of Onwe!

The first book in the series, Daughters of Nri is available now, and you can pre-order the forthcoming book in the series, Decedents of the First, which is available October 5th!

You can find Reni on Instagram or Twitter, and we highly recommend checking out her books!

Onto the notes!




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