Hey Millenials and Gen Z, I know we often feel like the older generation doesn’t understand us, our unique situations and struggles growing up and surviving in this century. When we pick up some self-help books written by the older generation to read, we sometimes feel unrepresented, misrepresented and misunderstood. We often wish we had people who could read our minds and pour them out on pages with answers to our life issues.

Well, if you’ve ever experienced any of these feelings, then you’re in luck; in this article, we feature 5 amazing female Millennial and Gen Z authors who have written books on Finance, Love, Self-love, Healing from heartbreaks, Scars and Purpose. In no particular order, they are:

Ezinne Ogwumah is a writer, published author, social entrepreneur and a mental health first aider/advocate. She has published three books inclusive of which is her first book Self Apology. The book “Self Apology” is a collection of short poetry, epigrams and sketched illustrations that talk about self-recovery from depression, anxiety, stress and emotional issues by practising the natural act of self-love.

Fehintola da-Silva is a content creator, Christian writer and author of “Scars” book. The book Scars is a memoir about people sharing their hurt to bring healing to others.

Edikan Hanson is a travel blogger, poet and author of “Tears for Breakfast”. The book Tears for Breakfast takes you on a journey through healing, pain, and hopefully leaves you with the will to not give up on love.

Arese Ugwu is a finance expert, as well as founder and also Chief executive officer of Smart Money Africa, a platform that aims at financial liberation, other than self-promotion. She is also a two-time author, with her first instalment being of “The Smart Money Woman”. The book is a story written around a fictional character called Zuri, the book tackles, debt, spending, the consumerist culture of the African middle class, the fear and misconceptions surrounding money and the lack of it, love, friendships, cultural and societal pressures and the roles they play in success. With each chapter, comes a Smart Money Lesson, there to help you work your way up the financial ladder.

Abimbola Agboola is a Christian creative, human capital developer, HR business partner, copywriter and author of “The girl Gang”.
The book tells the story of a career-driven young lady who went through series of heartbreaks during the course of pursuing her career.
She learns some hard life lessons and finds a way to bounce back!

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