Author of acclaimed novel‘Trapped in Oblivion’, launches a new website to gain support for her work with teenagers, for a better knowledge on sex and their sexual health.
LAGOS, NIGERIA (March 2016) —The Author of two books,” ‘Trapped in Oblivion’ and ‘My Daughters and I’, Ifeoma Theodore Jnr. E, has launched a new website and brand image to help gain support for her work with teenagers and young adults across the globe. In a world where no one is paying attention to the increasing spread of STD’s and HIVAIDS in this new generation of teenagers, or their self development and well-being, Ifeoma is positioned as the premier Ambassador and power advocate for teenage sexual health and self identity, in Africa and beyond.
As a self-identity awareness and well-being advocate for young adults, Ifeoma’s mission is to make the conversation about sex education, well-being of adolescents and young adults easier to be discussed by adults and teenagers in a way that helps them make more responsible decisions with conviction.
According to Publishers Weekly, (a leading US based book review magazine), ” Trapped in Oblivion, by Ifeoma Theodore Jr. E captures internal confusion and turmoil of the teenager…the messages conveyed in this book are vital”.
Ifeoma’s new website www.ifeomatheodorejnr.com goes live Wednesday, March 23 2016.
The website includes, an in-depth biography on Ifeoma, reviews and accolades of her books, images on her work with teenagers across the country and a blog where Ifeoma shares her thoughts and short fiction stories that are engaging, powerful and come with lessons for teenagers and adults alike. Fans and lovers to great fiction novels can join Ifeoma’s newsletter to get exclusive content and stories from her directly into their inbox. “Trapped In Oblivion is intensely moving, message-rich and interactive; told in real time with all the changes in perspective that teenagers and parents must deal with on sex. This book is a valuable lens onto how we make life-altering decisions, especially where it concerns the younger generation in the fast-paced, technological world we live in today.”- Ignite Africa With new images shot by Nigeria photographer Bisola Mofeoluwa Bamuyiwa of BMB Studios, the new website is easy to navigate, classic, and fresh. Ifeoma will be launching a YouTube channel in the next month, where she will be talking about topics that appeal to parents and young adults and how to comfortably talk about their self development and well-being in a way that teaches with love and understanding to a typical transition to puberty.
Ifeoma’s ability to bridge the gap, makes it easy for parents, especially African parents to talk about sex and self development, so that their children can make better decisions about their sexual health, is a gift that is saving lives across the country. ‘Trapped in Oblivion’and ‘My Daughters and I’ are available in ebook format in Amazon, Amazon UK, Nook stores(Barnes and Noble), Kobo stores, Samsung, Apple iBook stores, Google, Sony and Hartculture CiC stores.
ABOUT IFEOMA:Ifeoma Theodore Jnr, E. who is a writer, author and sexuality education, self identity awareness and well-being advocate, with special interest on the well-being of adolescents and young adults, particularly the girl child. She holds a B.A. honours in English and Literary Studies, from the University of Calabar, Nigeria.
Her book: ‘Trapped in Oblivion’, is a certified reference material (Literature) in the prevention and impact mitigation of the effect and lack of sexuality education generally, starting from adolescents and young adults. ‘Trapped in Oblivion’ carries: An endorsement by The Presidency- National Agency for the Control of Aids (NACA) Nigeria, recognition and praise from the State House Abuja-Office of the First Lady, an endorsement by Department for International Development(UK Aid), positive review by Publishers Weekly, The Sun, among others. On a strategic note, The National Education Research and Development Council (NERDC), and The Federal Ministry of Education have approved her titles for use in schools in the federation of Nigeria. In addition she is a consultant to students and teachers to assist in creating a balance in their communication.
Ifeoma has worked with the Department for International Development (DFID), Ford foundation, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), among others on workshops and projects.Diamond Woman Initiative: Contributing writer on the online Diamond Woman Magazine, focusing on; sexuality education, parenting and the surrounding issues around social vices, e.g., rape, teenage pregnancy, domestic violence, pedophilia, cyber bullying, child molestation etc. Ifeoma hosts road shows in schools across the nation; creating awareness for the need of sexuality education reading materials, and interactive sessions with students, teachers and their parents/guardians.