Bye Bye Mugabe

Saturday, 19 April 2008

Bye, Bye Mugabe and other Stories

I am very glad and grateful to the Almighty God, the author, creator and maker of my life and my genius for the publication of my new book, "Bye, Bye Mugabe" in Nigeria.
This calls for a celebration, because of the importance of this book in my literary career.

Bye Bye Mugabe

Contents
DEDICATION
BYE, BYE MUGABE
WINDS OF FIRE, WINDS OF CHANGE
A TWIST OF FATE
SHE CAME IN THE RAIN
THE GHOSTS OF AUSCHWITZ
BEYOND THE SEA
MEMORIES OF A REFUGEE CHILD
AFTER THE COUP
LOVE CHILD
THE SHOCKING NEWS
TSUNAMIPHOBIA
MY EARTH, MY CITY AND MY HEARTTHROB
DAUGHTER OF A BEGGAR
LOVE SONG

ISBN 978-978-085-345-9

Copyright © 2008 by Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima


Packaged & Printed in Nigeria by Mareshah Publishing
+234 (0)805 691 8182.


All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part without
Permission from the publisher is prohibited.


"Bye, Bye Mugabe" is my third major book. My first major book "Children of Heaven" was published by Krystal Publications in 1987 in Nigeria, the second book "Scarlet Tears of London" was published by my King of Kings Books International and distributed by Lulu.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and many others outside Nigeria, and the third one "Bye, Bye, Mugabe" is published by Mareshah.

I always say let your works speak for you, because your works will prove your worth.

"Bye, Bye Mugabe" is the first book of my prose fiction in short stories on the existential realities of life on earth. There are love stories based on true life experiences, the nightmares of the victims of President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, the Niger Delta crisis, The Holocaust of World War Two, the Nigerian civil war, Tsunami Disaster and other incidents in Nigeria and other parts of the world.

I lost seven of my unpublished novels in Lagos, and I want to rewrite the most important ones.

I have two more books to be published before the end of this year and each one means a lot to me and the rest of the world.

I have two editors who are higly recommended. Josephine Dee in Nigeria and Pamela Guerrieri, who has judged the Christy Awards, the RWA Awards, and the ECPA Book of the Year Awards in America.