Titi Horsfall writes to inspire her readers. Through literature and public speaking, she seeks to help people find understanding of their purposes amidst the complexities of life and living. She yearns for a literate and advanced African continent which instills the dignity of the black race.
She is the recipient of the African Literature Prize and one-time editor of the UNESCO World Book Capital project. She speaks in advocacy for the Girl-child; having lent her voice at the African Achievers Awards lecture in the Westminster Parliament, UK.
Her published works include: The Rivers Frontier, Influence of a King, From an Orphan to a Queen; Esther, Fancy Loma, Reflections. She is married with children.
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Books by Titi Horsfall
Reflections (2004) is a collection of poems which reflects Titi Horsfall’s simplicity of thought, delivered with ease and cogent imagery.
The Rivers Frontier
The Rivers Frontier is a history book with a modern twist. It would stir a contemplation of the future, with the understanding that the world we have today is ours to preserve for those yet to come.
From an Orphan to Queen Esther
Before she was Queen Esther, she was just Hadassah; a lowly orphan girl growing up against a backdrop of turbulent political times
Infuence of a King
Influence of a King spans the globe during a time of harrowing worldwide events.
Picture by Titi Horsfall I walked passed this statue in London and was struck by the sheer sense of caution it evoked. Caution as to who one should reach out to, give a handshake or bring into a close circle. Then there was this stark realisation that both individuals...
Book: Influence of a King Book Reviewer: Anote Ajeluorou; The Guardian, Nigeria Source: The Guardian Newspaper, Nigeria Date: 12 June 2016 Titi Horsfall’s fictional narrative, Influence of a King (Deep River Books, Oregon, U.S.; 2015), her second after From an Orphan...
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