Jaachi Anyatonwu

"I write to taste life twice- in the moment and in retrospection. For me, writing isn't about putting random words to paper, making money or attaining fame. It's about enriching the lives of my readers. Writing helps me shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn and my fears evapourated. "

Jaachi Anyatonwu is a poet, editor, and publisher living in the suburbs of Aba. He is the author of numerous poetry chapbooks and collections, and the Editor-In-Chief of Poemify Publishers Inc. Jaachi is passionate about discovering new voices and mentoring emerging poets.

Genre Poetry
Race African
Hobbies Singing & Cycling

Author's books

5 Step Strategy For Successful Blogging

2,000.00

This book is going to cover five broad steps. Some of this information will be completely new to you, maybe not. Kindly keep in mind that the goal of this book is to point you in the right direction. I want to give you an overarching strategy to base your blogging efforts around – I’m not trying to solve every individual problem that you might come across. You might stumble into problems that are not
covered here, but the information you already have at your disposal would help you weather the storm.

Amina, a collection of poems

1,500.00

The authors, Victoria Willie and Jaachi Anyatonwu, defy restrictions set by society and religion and delve deeper in this expression by describing how sweet it feels when their bodies meet and how sweeter it becomes when love is committed unto the hands of Allah in prayer. You’ll be lifting some of the lines of Amina and Ali to make your lover blush all fifty shades, I bet you.

Diary of a Broken Poet: A Collection of Poems

3,500.00

Diary of a Broken Poet is more than just a collection of poems written by the author on issues that affect him and us. This collection is a discourse between the poet and his readers, an intimate conversation which unveils the ‘beingness’ of the author and his unique perspective of life and living. In the age where focus is on how words are metaphorized into some extended discordance, where clamour is for “depth”, which is often devoid of feeling or emotion, it is a relief to read poems that pour from the soul and being of the poet!