Stars in US Emmanuel C. Ezema

  • The play, Stars in Us, is a protest against systems that pin down people’s destinies. It is a protest against systems that starve common people’s dreams, aspirations, and chances of attaining their greatness. It advocates for universal mentalities of individual freedom, togetherness of communities, tolerance in diversity, gender parity, the newness of charity, equal opportunity, love and fairness, national family, wildlife protection, and as well as the need for a universal language. The author advocated using the main characters in the play, that by upholding these universal mentalities and an environment where people’s demands drive the mandates of leaders, that fertile institutions and platforms emerged to liberate the stars in people. The book harnessed organized conversations to project a teaching on how good leadership unlocks human destinies. The book also positioned itself as a collection of the hopes and dreams of people in many suffering societies, and also a presentation of suggestions on how leaders can spark the change that people want to see happen in their lands.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • February 28, 2022
  • 278 pages


  • “Ihedị na Mmekọ Being and Relationality”, is an original work of Justin C. Njiofor. The author, in an unparalleled intellectual grit advances and expands the ontological relational character of Being as an existentially evident perceptible fact. The work proves an insightful discursus on staying true to the reticulate structural root of Being. It systematically discloses how knowledge of the relational basis of all things transforms our everyday perception of reality and leads to more meaningful living. It clearly demonstrates that acknowledgement of relationality of Being, and following the dictates of its holistic signification in nature, in the life of human beings, the society, state, and in the ordering dynamics of the global community would help in the advancement of man and creation of wholesome future for humanity.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • October 3, 2021
  • 378 pages

Diary of Georgie Martins: The interesting and complicated life of a teenager Amarachi Nwachukwu

  • An unconventional piece that will:
    • entertain you while letting you into the teenage world dramas
    • help teenagers understand themselves and achieve their life goals
    • equip parents and guardians with the best approaches to tackle delinquency amongst teenagers.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • July 31, 2023
  • 303 pages

Mummy Worldwide Sat Amady

  • Mummy Worldwide is a soul-stirring, didactic play set out to expose the heinous criminal activities clandestinely perpetrated in baby factories disguised as charitable foundations where kidnapped or enticed women of child-bearing age are marooned for excruciating sexual exploitation. The young ladies, confined to life captivity, give birth to children who are then placed for sale on the illegal adoption market. It is a growing million-dollar business for the greedy, insensitive child-trafficking mafia: an ineffable purgatory for the unsuspecting, trafficked victims.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • December 28, 2022
  • 213 pages

Bella Visits Port Harcourt Park Udekwu Obinna Cornelius

  • This is a story for children aged 5--13. Bella sets a goal for herself and achieves it, despite the odds that came her way. Bella's story is one that entertains, spurs and educates children to believe in themselves, be positive and work hard towards their dreams. With fiction and facts mixed, every child would definitely find the story interesting.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • May 22, 2023
  • 65 pages


  • A practical course that provides both teachers and students with the skill set they need for effective and seamless uptake of technologies in the classroom. For all students with little or no knowledge of computer or any other digital gadget, it presents how they can start from the very basics of computer appreciation to the mastery and the application of such knowledge to studying generally and more especially to the study of English Language.
  • 226 pages

Endless Struggles Vincent Obobolo

  • A firebrand, born again, Christian becomes disillusioned with life as he comes out of the university with a first-class degree. He continues to postgraduate studies while doing freelance photography to fund his education and upkeep. He gets caught in the web of the forces of life. After wallowing much in the mire of despondency, he decides to quit photography for a more decent employment; but he finds himself at the precipice of the steep slope of the lower Niger.
  • 195 pages

Practical Study Guidelines to Excelling in the Nebosh International Diploma in Environmental Management Ochuko Felix Orikpete

  • The NEBOSH International Diploma in Environmental Management is a prestigious qualification designed for professionals who want to specialise in environmental management and contribute to sustainability efforts. This qualification is recognised globally and provides learners with an in-depth understanding of environmental management systems, regulatory frameworks, and strategies to minimise environmental impact. The NEBOSH International Diploma in Environmental Management exam ED1 is the theoretical assessment that learners need to pass, thereafter the practical assessment IDEM2 also needs to be passed to obtain the diploma. It covers a range topics related to environmental management, including environmental principles and methodologies, environmental legislation, environmental auditing, and risk assessment and management. This exam is rigorous and challenging requiring learners to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios and demonstrate their ability to think critically and solve problems. It is designed to assess learners’ understanding of environmental management concepts, their ability to analyse and evaluate complex information, and their skills in developing effective environmental management strategies. The book aims to provide learners with a comprehensive guide to the NEBOSH International Diploma in Environmental Management exam. It provides tips and strategies for exam preparation and time management, as well as guidance on how to approach different types of exam questions. Whether you are a seasoned environmental professional or a newcomer to the field, this book will help you prepare for and pass the NEBOSH International Diploma in Environmental Management exam. It is an essential resource for anyone who wants to advance their career in environmental management and make a positive impact on the planet.
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • April 5, 2023
  • 244 pages

The history of slave trade and colonialism in Igbo Nsukka Ekene Ugwuanyi

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  • April 14, 2024

Religion and metaphysics of Igbo Nsukka Ekene Ugwuanyi

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Nd'ishi tradition and marital infidelity in Igbo Nsukka--Ekene-Ugwuanyi Ekene Ugwuanyi

  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • April 14, 2024

Introduction to Igbo Nsukka phonetics and phonology Ekene Ugwuanyi

  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • April 14, 2024

Did Igbo Nsukka migrate from Igala? A historical account of Igbo Nsukka relationship with the ancient kingdoms of Igala and Nri Ekene Ugwuanyi

  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • April 14, 2024

Igbo Nsukka communities: origins and migrations Ekene Ugwuanyi

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  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • April 14, 2024
  • 224 pages

How my Mum borrowed ₦5,550 so I could go to University Mazi Eze Ibekwe

  • If you read this ebook to the end, I promise it'll be the best compressed AUTOBIOGRAPHY you'll read this year. Autobiography is the story of a person's life written by himself. I wrote this myself. To begin with, if my parents had given me an English name at birth, I would've thrown it away by now. Why? Read on to find out. -- Eze Ibekwe, PhD
  • Timsmek Global Publishers
  • February 1, 2023
  • 49 pages

Corruption, Poverty & Society: A Case Study of Nigeria Apollos Kieghe

  • Drawing from the available statistics with references to the status quo in the polity, this book provides you with a deep level of analysis of the corruption in politics and governance -- using Nigeria as a case study. It is a given that corruption is found everywhere in the world -- even in the sanest of climes, but what makes the kind of corruption found in Nigeria so powerful that it fights those who reject it and even jails them, is deserving of everyone's study time.
  • January 4, 2023
  • 267 pages