Jane Igharo - THE SWEETEST REMEDY

Jane Igharo - THE SWEETEST REMEDY

Jane and I discuss The Sweetest Remedy, writing in the third person, being selected for Book of the Month (twice), setting a book in Nigeria, crafting her second novel, and much more.


Jane and I discuss The Sweetest Remedy, writing in the third person, being selected for Book of the Month (twice), setting a book in Nigeria, crafting her second novel, and much more.

Jane’s recommended reads are:

  1. The Secret Lives of the Four Wives by Lola Shoneyin
  2. Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon
  3. Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant 

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Jane Igharo

Author

Jane Abieyuwa Igharo was born in Nigeria and immigrated to Canada at the age of twelve. She has a journalism degree from the University of Toronto and works as a communications specialist in Ontario, Canada. When she isn't writing, she's watching "Homecoming" for the hundredth time and trying to match Beyoncé's vocals to no avail.