Hello everyone! Welcome to another author spotlight! These will be posts where I discuss and showcase, predominantly women and people of color, their writing talents and published works. So without further ado let’s get on with the Author Spotlight!

Meet the Author!

Sabinah Adewole is a best seller and has enjoyed reading from a young child. She studied English and her poetry has been informed from her experiences on her Journeys of Life which have inspired a lot of readers across the globe. All her books can be found on Amazon across many countries. This book has captured poems written in United Kingdom, Luton Hoo, Canterbury, Antalya Nigeria and AbuDhabi.

Sabinah has grown on the Poetry circuit, she has gone around various circuits promoting her poetry and this has been evident in most of her poems. Sounds of Space, Leaves of Change, Oomph exercise,Love escalator, Kitchen perfect , among others. Some of her poems are classified as Haiku, Episolatory, Allusion ,How- to -poems , and many more. Click to read the full bio.

What and when started your love for writing?

I started writing in December 2015 whilst on vacation in AbuDhabi. I had just come out from a Toxic friendship of seven years. I published My seven years of bondage -All that glitters is not gold under my Pen name Koko Danielles. Following on from that I joined for Co- Anthologies all Bestsellers and this prompted me to continue writing. I started writing Poetry in May 2018 whilst sitting in a park in Gidea park and have gone on to self publish three adult  Poetry books Journeys of Life Inspiration and Transformation Poetry Vol 1, Vol 2  and Vol 3. Vol 3  is a best seller in four categories and a Hot new Release and was released in May 2020 during Lockdown. A Childs Journey Through Poetry my Children’s series was published in Dec 2019 and is a best seller in eight categories.

Of all of the book genres, what drew you to write about yours?

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Poetry is a god-given gift as I was inspired to write whilst sitting in the park. My first poem Chemistry was due to go into a competition at the time. If you could meet one of your book characters who would it be and why? I wouldn’t want to meet the character in my first solo book, however, I would not mind meeting the Boy in the Park in my Children’s series as he was a brave character and he inspired me to write about him.

Who is your favorite book character in your stories to write about?

My favorite characters will be the Love couple on the train in my Vol 2 as they were sitting on the train a young couple and remind us to focus on the present and enjoy the moment in our busy lives.

In their own world and I watched the little girl sitting opposite them as they were in love with each other which is a good thing to see in our world of today. They were able to share their love with others around them on the train.

What makes your book(s) special?

My books are special as they cover current messages affecting the world we live in…

Climate change, Themes of safety, family dynamics to rainbows, seaside, and unicorns. These topics will encourage any reader to be present on their growth journey.

So…what are you working on now?

I am working on a Faith series for Children. I am also working on My Memoirs Biography. I am also working on a Haiku series. I have just completed editing my Children series – A Childs Journey Through Poetry -Vol 2 

Sabinah was lovely to interview and work with! She is such an amazing writer and person! And it’s always great to meet other African authors as well. If you want to get in contact or connect with Sabinah you can follow her on:

Thank you all for reading and remember:

Live. Love. Laugh.

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