The book is about the many facets of the life of the single woman in the West African country, Nigeria. Using real life (but fictionalized) tales of some of these single women's experiences to add colour, it paints a picture of the many stereotypes, general perceptions and attitudes towards the mature single woman in a more conservative society. It also highlights some of the every day challenges these women face as they remain unattached. The book adopts a humorous, yet story telling, approach to an issue that has become a major conversation header in the Nigerian society. It ends with advice on how woman can live their single lives fearlessly and without apologies.A humorous encounter with the single Nigerian woman Chioma Obiefuna. inability to ... Mary At thirty nine, Mary has grown her interior decoration / event management business to a reasonable standard. Her client list is an ... of clients to her. The client was in the company of his friends when she went to say hello to him.
|Title||:||Tales of the Single Woman|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-08-05|