Book Review: Memoirs of a Lagos Wedding Planner by Tolulope Popoola

Flash fiction is not something I would ordinarily read but the title of this collection caught my attention and I decided to give it a try.

This is a collection of ten very short but mostly captivating stories told from the perspective of a “Lagos Wedding Planner”. The stories were well written, entertaining, sometimes shocking and really interesting. They were all so relatable with characters you would love and hate at the same time. I was surprised when I discovered I had already gotten to the end of the collection but I still wanted more. Flash fiction is not usually easy to pull off but I really liked the way the author weaved each story neatly and didn’t leave anything hanging. This was a pleasant surprise.

I highly recommend this collection especially if you are in a reading slump or you just need something quick to read. I’m off to read two other collections by this author.

Rating: 4 Stars

Published: September 30th 2018 by Accomplish Press

Pages: 46

Genre: Short Stories (Flash Fiction)

The Author:

Tolulope Popoola

I’m a writer, blogger and lover of books and all things literature. I used to be an Accountant, until I rediscovered my love for writing in 2006 and became a full-time writer in 2008. I’m the creator and one of the writers for the fiction series and book, In My Dreams It Was Simpler.

My novel, “Nothing Comes Close” is a spin-off from the series and has just been published by Accomplish Press. I also write short stories, flash fiction, poems and articles for magazines, and I’m working on a collection of short stories and flash fiction.

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