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Tolu's first poetry collection, Dead Lions Don't Roar has been selling incredibly quickly. For more information click on the book cover.

Tolu's Third Poetry Collection in The Dead Series (April 2019)


DEAD CATS DON'T MEOW (A Collection of Poetic Wisdom for the Discerning - Series 3)







The first collection of short stories by this multitalented author entwines everyday events that are articulated in excellent storytelling.

The title story “Inferno of Silence” portrays men’s societal challenges and the unspoken truths and burdens that men bear. While “Black lives Matter” shows the firsthand trauma of a man facing racism as a footballer plying his trade in Europe.

This is a broad and very inclusive collection.







Unravel your Hidden Gems is an empowering collection of short Essays. For more information click on the book cover.

Tolu's Fourth Poetry Collection: (August 2019)


Never Play Games with the Devil is a didactic collection of poems with themes spread across pertinent issues of life. Succinctly written and compiled, the poems in this collection draw appeal from the Poet’s ability to maintain a steady flow of thought by giving astute attention to each poem while weaving through a variety of themes.







Tolu's Upcoming Release: (Out Jan 2021 now available for pre-order)

Black ≠ Inferior is a collection of poems divided into 2 parts. The first part is a collection of thematically linked poems exploring Blackness and the myriads of discuss it attracts. The second part oscillates themes— talking about consent, a query of death, a celebration of love among others. In his usual stylistic, this collection dealt with weighty matters like race and colourism with simple and clear language.







Tolu's second book of poetry is already proving popular. Covering topics from Tolu's heart and issues that face today's modern society.

Tolu's Latest Poetry Release: (May 2020)


A Booktiful Love is a collection of poems that deal with the entire human experience in its various forms. Didactically rich, the poems explore ideas like love, relationship, patriotism, marriage, morality and many other ideas pertinent to living.