As the world is coming out from the dreaded pandemic known as Covid 19, a young and Nigerian born novelist, Chinonso Francis has written a book to awake the conscious of the world about the killed disease.

The 20 years old prolific writer also dedicated his fifth book to the Lagos State house of assembly speaker, Hon.Mudasiru Ajayi Obasa.

However, we have a brief chat with the young writer, in this brief chat, Nonso, as he foundly called by his friends

Can we meet you?
My name is Chinonso Francis, am a novelist writer an author who has written several books along the past.

I started writing my first novel during the scary year of 2018 , my fifth novel titled “The Black Sun of COVID-19” is a logical novel written in a dimensional way known as fiction and non-fiction .

Tell us about your new book

The Black Sun of COVID-19 happens to have been a symbol of remembrance that have taken people’s lives during scary year of 2020 and turns out to be human pandemic that have spread nations wide affecting the people’s health known as the human’s nature.

The Black Sun of COVID-19 is a written book that talks a lot about hardship ,tragedy and pain. It is a book that describes a lot of things about COVID ,The Black Sun of COVID-19 talks a lot about things that undergo the human potential unit ,So here today am trying to forward my message to each and everyone of you via this book.

How long have you been into writing?

I was seventeen when I started writing, so ever since I started writing ,first I took English Language as the subjectt, i love it most because, I believe as a writer is one of my goals in life as my own occupation.

How do you derive your story?

I write with imaginations, it is what I imagine I put on the paper for people to read that this is what I have for them with my pen. I just move into the world to show this is who I am and this is who I want to be.

How long can it take you to write a book?

I can spend just one week to put a book together.

Tell us more about you?

I am a Nigerian, from Ebonyi state, Ezza community. I grew up in Lagos because I was born and brought up in lagos.

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