Naija Stories is an
imprint of NS Publishing
Ltd, a new publishing and
marketing company
dedicated to developing
and distributing Nigerian
written content through
eBooks, paperbacks,
audio, websites, mobile
apps and other channels.
NS Publishing believes
that by nurturing writers
and readers, it will help
develop engaged,
empowered and educated
Nigerians, as well as
contribute to the economy
through their business.
Many people say
Nigerians don’t read, but
NS publishing begs to
disagree based on the
evidence of flagship
website, naijastories.com,
and the rate at which
foreign fiction and non-
fiction books are sold in
the markets. What may
be underrepresented is
the production,
distribution, and sales of
quality Nigerian leisure
books outside of what is
demanded for educational
purposes through school
curriculums.

To change this aspect of
Nigerian reading culture,
NS Publishing has
developed our special
branded Naija Stories
genre series, which
feature romance, horror,
mystery and crime, all in
easily accessible
language that will draw
in readers who want to
read for enjoyment. With
relatable stories, the
short length of the books
and their recognizable
characters will keep
readers coming back for
more.

Using home-grown
authors – 100% of NS
authors are Nigerian and
80% live in Nigeria –
means that writing will
become a profitable
career for young talented
Nigerians in this sector.
NS Publishing intends to
replicate, in the leisure
books publishing sector,
what Nollywood and
Afropop has done in
making Nigerian movies
and music globally
popular.

After being comatose for
decades since the demise
of the Pacesetter series,
NS Publishing is
kickstarting a publishing
industry that will not just
throw up literary stars
every five years, but one
that’ll support writers,
graphic artists/designers/
illustrators, cover
models, and will
prooduce works that can
be translated to the stage
or adapted to movies, or
given life by voice-over
talents in audio books.
They see a billion naira
industry in the future, and
are heading there.

NS Publishing will
produce great stories and
books, and other literary
content targeted at a
broad base of emerging
and established readers,
and across different age
groups and mid/low
income communities.
Their paperbacks will be
pocket size and pocket
friendly, and they promise
never to sell a book more
than N500.

The success of
naijastories.com website
has informed this current
project, to bring selected
Naija Stories to
paperbacks, selling and
marketing books –
pocket-size popular
fiction books – directly to
Nigerians where they can
be found. Some of these
places include intra-state
or inter-state bus
stations, higher
institutions, fast food
locations, and more.

Look out for the Naija Stories books whereever you are, online and offline, and if you wouldlike to order please contact:

info@naijastories.com.
Check out http://www.ns-publishing.com for more
details.

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