Sunday, May 11, 2014

Still Media




A broken soul,
an alcoholic,
a certifiable genius,
a  Christian man,

and a secret that will destroy the bonds of their friendship.
When self-proclaimed atheist Fadesola, gets into medical school she believes that it’s a fresh start of sorts for her. Until she discovers her class mate is charming and handsome Tayo Smith, a man she encountered in a violent moment years ago. This revelation shatters Fadesola’s already fragile emotional state but hope comes where she least expects it. A seemingly innocent friendship with Tayo’s friend, Ladi, slowly develops into a smoldering relationship with both afraid to acknowledge their mutual feelings. Things get even more complicated when Nikky, Fadesola’s classmate and friend, ignores her desperate warnings and decides that Tayo is the man she is meant to be with. However, within the complexities of this friendship these flawed individuals will experience God’s redemptive grace in a setting each believed his love would never find them. Still, the first book of a four part series is a coming of age story about navigating through medical school in the first year, complete with hilarious hook ups and breaks ups, legendary parties and incessant studying, and experiencing the triumph of success and disappointment of failure.

Still is available on amazon in paperback for  $9.99 and in kindle for 2.99  here

Its available on Smashwords in multiple formats including epub here  

On B&N nook here

Also available on appleibook! 

Praise for Still


“A spell-binding prose of love, pain, and self-discovery that will draw you to its characters and leave you pondering and entertained. Prentice, indeed, is an author to look out for."—Miranda A. Uyeh, 2014 INSPY Award Judge and Author of To Die Once: Child of Grace, #1


Still is a fusion of two of my dearest institutions - Medicine and Christianity. Within this setting Eniola explores Christianity, suicide, alcoholism, relationships, the dark world of secrets and mental illness in a way that has never been done before. Bumight Heparin MD,

"The reader will empathize with and relate to each of these characters, cheering them from the sidelines.  This debut novel by Eniola Prentice is commendable." Nike Campbell -Fatoki Author of Thread of Gold Beads. 

"Still has a myriad of colorful characters, so colorful that you'll find yourself laughing, crying, cheering and if honest, you just might catch a glimpse of yourself as well."

"A Bible would symbolize the very real and active faith of the lovely author of this book. Its threads are woven throughout this book in a way that is authentic and refreshing. Just as you can see the hand of God in the book’s character’s lives, we can all see it on her as well."

"This is more than just a love story, it is a story of friendship, pain, loss, success, failure, joy and grace; a fine cocktail that just about sums up life." Kovie at FutureNewyorker

"I warmly recommend this book if you like romance fiction WITH BRAIN (plus, there's a nice international flavor)." Mintu at IammrsK

"This novel is written with an unusually creative and dramatic style. Its intriguing,hilarious and keeps you longing for more." Tosin at Chaviva'

Still Blog Tour schedule

05/23   Preview Author Interview by Lottie at inspiration by truth here 

05/26 Guest post hosted by Yumi on  Mademd here  

05/28th Author interview by Hopeful doc here 
Book review on mountmom here
05/29th  Book review by inthemidstofher here

05/30 Book review by  Bunmi  on  Bumighttheheparin MD here 

Book review by  Miranda Uyeh at  To be a person here 

5/31  Author interview by  Amber of Season of humility here

Author interview by Myne Whitman of Romance meets life here 
Book review by Nike Campbell -Fatoki. author of Thread of goldbeads here

06/01   Book review by Itunu of Glowing Scenes here

06/03    Book review by kovie at future New Yorker here
Book review by Mrs K at IammrsK here
Book review by Tosin of Chaviva here

06/06 Author spotlight by Zakiya at Bookstvme here
Author interview by Embassie Susberry at remaininhislove here 

06/08 Book review by MJ at MD School Mrs here

06/07 Book spotlight by Wanda at The Watered Soul here
Book review by Brandi Hawthorne at Woman, Live here

06/11 Guest post hosted by Emma at Your doctors wife here

06/12 Book spotlight post by Grace Thorson at A paradise of colors here

Women who write feature at Femme Lounge  here


  1. Long overdue! Congrats in advance..cant wait to read.hope there will be an e copy for us in Naija?