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At least misery loves company. It’s rare to find someone who actually enjoys a workday clogged with meetings — partly because we’re conditioned to hate them, according to organizational psychologist Joseph Allen, and partly because so many of them are just plain bad.

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Simply the misery loves company. It’s rare to find someone who actually enjoys a workday clogged with meetings — partly because we’re conditioned to hate them, according to organizational psychologist Joseph Allen, and partly because so many of them are just plain bad.

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Martin$1Because that’s all Steve Job’ needed for a salary.
John$100KFor all the blogging he does.
Robert$100MPictures are worth a thousand words, right? So Tom x 1,000.
Jane$100BWith hair like that?! Enough said…

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Yomi (Abayomi Olusola Awelewa) holds a PhD in English (Literature). He has over 20 years of experience in allied industries including broadcasting, publishing, branding, communications, and teaching/research. He is the author of Dilemma of an African Prince and looks forward to publishing more titles. Yomi is an alumnus of the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and the University of Ibadan with a semester-long research visit to the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. He teaches literature and creative writing in a Nigerian university and has published several peer-reviewed articles in local and international journals. He is a Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies’ (ACLS’s) and African Humanities Program (AHP). He is passionate about helping greenhorn writers fulfil their dreams of getting published.

Odun (Odunayo Ajani) is multi-talented. He bagged degrees in Office Management and Journalism and has been with NABP from inception to date, proving highly invaluable to the growth and development of the organization. Odun has represented NABP at international book fairs. He is the author of wave-making Mum, Money and I. He is also a photographer with interests in antiquities, social media influencer and online communications expert.

Abayomi Awelewa

Abayomi Awelewa studied English (Literature) at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, both in Nigeria. He spent a semester at the University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom as a Miscellaneous Postgraduate Research Student in the School of English. His PhD research focused on Nigerian Diasporic Literature. He is an African Humanities Program (AHP) Fellow, courtesy of the American council of learned Societies (ACLS). His interest is in African Diasporan Literature and the interconnection between African and World Literatures, Postcolonialism, Psychoanalysis and Existential Nihilism. Dilemma of an African Prince, first published in 2004, is his only published full-length work of fiction till date.

Deborah Oladapo

Deborah Oladapo studied English in the department of languages, McPherson University, Nigeria. In 2016, she gained admission to the Osun state University for an A’ Level certificate. She has a deep passion for writing and has competed in numerous writing challenges. She won the creative writer of the year, McPherson University in 2019. Though Shadow is her debut fictional work, she has several short stories, poems and plays on her blog as well as her social media pages. Her dream is to become an established writer who not only entertains but also impacts lives.