Sacking The Potter, an intriguing play by Bolaji Olatunde is now LIVE on OkadaBooks . The Kindle version of the book is also available at Amazon, while the print version will be available on demand at Amazon and Nooks (by Barnes and Noble) this weekend.
Sacking The Potter is aimed at addressing, as well as create awareness for the less talked about realities of postpartum depression and infanticide in our society.
Michael Owoyemi is about to close a multi-million dollar business deal on behalf of his demanding employer. On the Monday morning scheduled for the closure of the deal, Biola Owoyemi, his usually reserved wife, physically restrains him from leaving their Ibadan home, insisting that he must stay at home to protect her and their first and only child, their two-month old son, from unnamed forces keen on snatching their child away from them.
Trapped in his own home on a day with serious make-or-mar potential on his career, Michael Owoyemi employs every device he can conjure to resolve the first crisis in his three-year old marriage. With a supporting cast of family and friends, some of his choices lead to a gripping tale of betrayal and mysterious consequences.
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Follow the link below to get the Kindle edition of the book from Amazon.
Print versions will be available on Amazon and Nooks soon.
About The Author:
Bolaji Olatunde is a Nigerian author who lives and works in Abuja. Sacking the Potter, was among the three shortlisted plays for the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Drama Prize 2016. His second novel, Hang No Clothes Here was published in August 2017.