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Abidemi Sanusi, Novelist and Non-fiction (Christian, General and Business) Writer

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God Has Daughters Too
Author, nominated for the Commonwealth Writer's Prize for Eyo. First book, Kemi's Journal, nicknamed the 'Christian Bridget Jones' by the Independent on Sunday newspaper.

Editor, www.readywritermag.com, an online magazine for Christians who write (or Christian writers, take your pick). Founder, www.thereadywriter.co.uk, a digital agency. Also, food blogger and photographer. Lives at www.abidemi.tv.

Specialist Interests
Foreign-language films

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Books in Print

Gloria! The Archbishop's Wife Gloria! The Archbishop's Wife
ISBN: 9789966003232 (Paperback)
Zondervan, 2014
Eyo Eyo
ISBN: 9781909281318 (Paperback)
PiquantFiction, 2014

eBooks Published

The Christian Writer's Guide to Developing Your Writing Style & Technique The Christian Writer's Guide to Developing Your Writing Style & Technique
ASIN: B00Q53G4H4 (Kindle)
Abidemi.tv, 2014
God Has Daughters Too God Has Daughters Too
ASIN: B004DUN1OA (Kindle)
Abidemi Ltd, 2010
Kemi's Journal Kemi's Journal
ASIN: B0053488C0 (Kindle)
Abidemi Ltd, 2011

Other Writing Published
Weekly Devotionals for Christian Writers

Amazon Reader Reviews:
Kemi's Journal
God Has Daughters Too

Kemi's Journal:
Fags: none. Sex: maybe. Meet the Christian Bridget Jones: Independent on Sunday, 16/1/2005

There's more...
Amazon Author Page
Making the Leap: Abidemi Sanusi reflects on what it means to be a 'Christian' writer: UKCBD 'Meet the Author' post, 22/10/2011

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