Destiny Kingsley, affectionately known as Teeny, falls into a sudden inexplicable coma, leaving her divorced parents to face their worst fears. Unbeknown to them, their daughter's loss of... More > consciousness has been induced by her late grandmother for the sake of delivering an important message; "Don't forget to BE". During Teeny's unprecedented hiatus, she learns of things that shatter her world whilst at the same time prepare her for a new one; She is the Crystal Child daughter of two Indigo parents with an imperative mission that must be accomplished at all costs.< Less
Over a billion lives have been lost by way of the The Great Battle and the world is in mourning. The devastation of floods, landslides, power and communications outages, are felt planet wide, but the... More > danger is far from over.
Zauba'ah's Surrender has created an inconsistency. In order for it to be corrected another must incarnate and uses Teeny's body to do so much to the dismay of Derrick and Maya. However what is really on her mind is vengeance and she is unwilling to kill any who get in her way.
The story continues from The Mouth of Babes, Let Sleeping Gods Lie, and Heaven's War The Gods Awakened.< Less
Earth has been officially marked as Class 9, a battle zone of gods. The reptilians have abducted one of the rarest, most powerful supreme deities, who happens to be the beloved companion to the... More > warring goddess who came to pass judgement on the planet. As the impending battle for humanity looms, the heads of both Zauba'ah and Khamun's Enneads issue a galactic announcement: All visitors to the orb are advised to evacuate and stay away, lest they be caught in the cross fire. Meanwhile Elias' life hangs in the balance, a new time god is born and Zauba'ah struggles with her incarnation as Teeny, that is all too human for her liking. Can Earth and her inhabitants survive the battle that will determine the outcome of heaven's war Following 'The Mouth of Babes' and its sequel; 'Let Sleeping Gods Lie', 'Hevean's War: The Gods Awakened' is the gripping climax and final book in the sci-fi trilogy by the UK's first black female sci-fi author.< Less
The story continues as Destiny 'Teeny' Kingsley embarks on her mission upon waking up, not only from her coma, but also from her dormant N9ne Blood Sleeper state. So what happens when a N9ne goddess... More > in the form of an eleven year old human, undergoes puberty Nothing short of hell, as far as parents Derrick and Maya are concerned, as their tyrannical pre-teen presents a threat to their lives, as well as the fate of the world. The challenges of raising a supreme being of infinite wisdom and power, take them on an emotional and spiritual roller-coaster of events that forces them to BE. Meanwhile as 2012 draws nearer, more gods - Sleepers, Actualised and Dawning alike, begin to surface. Time dictates that they ready themselves for their role in the global effort to see planet Earth through her process of evolution. Let Sleeping Gods Lie is the highly anticipated sequel to The Mouth of Babes and second in the sci-fi trilogy.< Less
Calling upon her own life experiences as an inheritor of the sickle cell blood disorder, Tosin candidly shares her accumulation of knowledge and wisdom on the subject. With her 'out of the box'... More > approach, this book is filled with guidance and tips for improving daily life.
As well as educating the layman and offering practical suggestions, she explores unconventional theories pertaining to issues commonly faced by those living with sickle cell.< Less
Introducing Tolu, a tenacious toddler eager to share his world in his native tongue - Yoruba.
The first in a series, Tolu's Family - a dual language book, introduces young readers to basic,... More > commonly used sentences written in both English and Yoruba. An excellent first book for those trying to get to grips with learning the language, such as children in the diaspora. Read aloud, this book serves as a wonderful aid for parents and teachers seeking to passively reinforce Yoruba speaking and listening skills. Each book also contains a list of high frequency words used to further assist learning.< Less
The first in a series, Kwesi's Family - a dual language book, introduces young readers to basic, commonly used sentences written in both English and Twi. An excellent first book for those trying to... More > get to grips with learning the language, such as children in the diaspora.
Read aloud, this book serves as a wonderful aid for parents and teachers seeking to passively reinforce Twi speaking and listening skills. Each book also contains a list of high frequency words used to further assist learning.< Less