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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Silver Lining Press Release

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Love hurts. Love heals. The LOVE Apostle says

The moving story of a young man’s untiring quest for True Love in a picturesque ghetto in the heart of Lagos

IJORA, Lagos. July 1st, 2013 – Silver Lining is a poignant inspirational love story novel written by Godwin 3ple-i, which buttresses the famous saying that every cloud has a silver lining. The novel talks about the youths, their dreams, aspirations and affairs of the heart. The plot of the novel is woven with themes of ambition, romance, heartache and betrayal, bringing to the fore the realities of life in a rugged ghetto and in contemporary Nigerian society.

…‘one of them called me ‘mumu’ saying that I should keep on punishing myself while my so-called baby-girl is enjoying herself with another guy…’

Silver Lining which was released in the first month of the third quarter of 2013 focuses on a young idealist, Goddy and his zealous search for relevance in the entertainment industry, as well as the security of his heart in the hands of she who holds the key to his heart - his beloved, temperamental Tina.

Silver Lining would soon be available at the following bookstores (Silverbird Lifestyle Store, Abuja, Patabah Book Store, Shoprite Surulere, Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Str. Victoria Island & NTA TV Enterprises, All Bible Wonderland Outlets in Ojuelegba, Ketu, Agege, Iyana-Ipaja & Akowonjo) & Nigeria mega online stores. Godwin 3ple-i is a young, erudite Nigerian who has a deep-rooted affection for his African roots, culture and the development of young and budding African talents.

About Godwin 3ple-i

Godwin 3ple-i was born and bred in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial nerve-centre. A seasoned English / Pidgin Language Voice Over Artiste, Radio Drama Producer, Script Writer and Independent Presenter, who took to writing after watching the movie, Finding Forrester. He loves adventuring and mingling with scholars and non–scholars. This is his first work of fiction with a harmony of non–fiction materials.

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