Ola Awonubi lives and works inLondon. She spent three years taking intermediate and advanced writing courses at the Centerprise Literature Development project in Hackney before studying for an MA in Creative writing and Imaginative Practice.
In 2008 her short story The Pink House, won first prize in the National words of colour competition and another short story of hers The Go- slow Journey, won the first prize in the fiction category for Wasafiri’s New writing prize 2009. Some of her short stories feature on the African writing.com website and some of her poetry has featured in an anthology by Forward Press. She has also had a short story published on the Faithtowrite.com website and writes inspirational romance and poetry.
Ola aims to write inspirational romance that features wholesome Christian characters that face the challenges of life, living and the choices that they have to make to fulfil their God given destiny
She is currently working on a collection of short stories based on the African experience, and a novel – a cross cultural romance that explores the social, political, cultural and historical ties that bind and divide the cultures.
Have a look at her website on
www.olaawonubi.com; or her short stories collection http://modernafricantales.wordpress.com/ or “like” her author page on Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/pages/ReadyWriter/190451369467