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New Portrait Painting by Malgosia Stepnik

This new portrait of Ben Arogundade was painted by renowned Polish-born artist Malgosia Stepnik. Her uniquely vibrant and colourful style, which she describes as an “energy explosion” was meticulously applied to a photograph of Arogundade’s face. Discover more about Stepnik’s work here.

New mixed media portrait painting of Ben Arogundade by artist Malgosia Stepnik.
Internet date book, My Terrifying, Shocking, Humiliating, Amazing Adventures In Online Dating

NEW BOOK RELEASE

My Terrifying, Shocking, Humiliating, Amazing Adventures In Online Dating

Author Ben Arogundade recounts his journey as an online dater, during which time he was stood up, verbally abused, propositioned for sex and asked to be a father to an unborn child. Along the way he offers singles the secrets and best practices they need to know to boost the quality of their matches, and presents the latest strategies, research-based guidelines and innovations to take their online profiles to new levels of excellence. Get it now at Amazon, £9.99.

NEW BOOK AWARDS

Fake Views? The Donald Trump Book Of Covers


WINNER: GENERAL NON-FICTION: Indie Book Awards 2019


FINALIST: BEST COVER DESIGN: Indie Book Awards 2019 

The illustrated story of Donald J. Trump’s rise from real estate mogul to the White House, told through a unique collection of 240 of his front covers, from 1979 to the present. Witness Trump depicted as the anti-Christ, Adolf Hitler, The Joker, a Ku Klux Klansman, a terrorist, a psychopath, a narcissist and a sexual predator, to name but a few. Get it now at Amazon.

Charles Darwin's Origin Of Species, Voiced by Ben Arogundade

NEW VOICEOVER

On The Origin Of Species, by Charles Darwin, narrated by Ben Arogundade

Ben Arogundade was recently chosen to narrate Charles Darwin’s controversial 1859 text as part of publisher Penguin Classics audio series, alongside some of the UK’s best-known actors and writers, including Andrew Scott, David Harewood, Emilia Fox and Jeanette Winterson. The assignment was challenging — the 428-page tome took 40 hours to record, is written in nineteenth-century English and is full of specialised words such as ‘ichneumonidae’ (a variety of wasp). 


Many regard Darwin’s visionary theories as opposite to the creationist’s view that God created all life on Earth, but within the text Darwin actually references “the Creator” several times, seeming comfortable with the idea that God was the catalyst for his theories of natural selection and sexual selection. Darwin was also a complex figure whom, despite his forward-thinking approach to life, was a man of his era, in referring to non-whites as “savages”. What would he say now that, 160 years after publication, one of these so-called savages was reading his work for digital release?

Get the audiobook or listen to a sample at Amazon.

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