Welcome to my selection of books I’ve written so far. I would absolutely love you all to pick up a copy in support. Thanks so much and keep your lights shining brightly.


LAGOM Book is currently available in 17 foreign language editions!

As the Swedish proverb goes, ‘Lagom är bäst‘ (The right amount is best).

Lagom sums up the Swedish psyche and is a way of living that promotes harmony.

It celebrates fairness, moderation and being satisfied with what you’ve got. It’s not about having too little or too much but about fully inviting contentment into our lives.

Full of insights and beautiful photographs, this authentic guide will help you make small, simple changes to your every day life – whether that’s your diet, lifestyle, money, work or your home – so you can have a happier, more balanced way of living.

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2018 Gold Winner for Best Travel Book – SATW Lowell Thomas Awards.

In the 1990s, I had an encounter with a book. A map. In a geography class in Nigeria.

My eyes followed lines. Latitudes. Longitudes. The
Greenwich Meridian. The Tropics of Cancer and of
Capricorn.

My eyes went north. They rested on a point at the very top of the world.

“I will reach the North Pole,” I said to my teenage self…

And it remains my elusive goal.

Due North is a collection of travel observations, reflections, and snapshots spanning two decades across colors, cultures, and continents.

Judges’ Comments – Gold Award
Born in Nigeria, educated in America and living in Sweden, this writer/ photographer views the world from a unique perspective. Her “snapshots,” verbal and visual, are full of life and insightful. The book is organized by the direction the author traveled and provides layered stories of the cultures she encountered.

Read more here – Introducing my travel book…. DUE NORTH

Kindle – $9.99 | Paperback – $39 | Hardcover – $54.99


AFROSWEDE – Work-in-progress

Three women with different roots are all tied to the same influential man in varying ways. Find out what it means for Kemi to navigate career, Brittany to explore marriage, and Muna to find acceptance in the most open society run by the most private people in Sweden.

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