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Elizabeth O. Ogunmodede

Elizabeth O. Ogunmodede, a Nigerian citizen, was born on August 31, 2007, in Cross River State, Nigeria. She later moved to Ondo State in 2014, continuing her education there. At the age of eight, inspired by her love for storybooks, she began writing short stories during her elementary years.


Entering high school in 2017, Elizabeth demonstrated her academic prowess by representing C.A.C. Grammar School, Akure, in various competitions, including the AJUSSCOM spelling bee. Despite finishing seventh, she consistently upheld her school's reputation, earning accolades such as a session scholarship for academic excellence in 2022.In 2023, Elizabeth served as the Speaker of the Ondo State Children's Parliament and won the State Spelling Bee Competition. She graduated as the Senior Prefect Girl, Class of 2023, and President of the Press Club.


During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Elizabeth published her first collection of short stories, "Lessons for Grandma," and a poetry book titled "I Love to Go to School." Both received praise on Amazon and other platforms.


An accomplished author and poet, Elizabeth's works have been featured in international anthologies and online literary magazines. Her debut book was approved by Ondo State's Ministry of Education for use in secondary schools.


Elizabeth is active in various literary circles and has been featured in podcasts, interviews, and media outlets worldwide, including Parrot Literary Corner in New York City and Channels Book Club in Nigeria.

She has authored five books, operates her own production company, Eye Opener Productions, and hosts the "Author Lifestyle and Book Talk Show" on her website. Her upcoming sixth book, "Halloween in Africa: Fantasy of the Realms," promises to captivate audiences globally.

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