What a Time to be Alone: The Slumflower's bestselling guide to why you are already enough Hardcover – 26 Jul 2018
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'Chidera's tweets and Instagram stories have earned her a special place in the ranks of social media personalities, as she offers advice on being a young woman, how to date and how to put yourself first.' --Vice
'With an award-winning blog, viral social media campaigns, an Instagram following numbering nearly 130k and now her first foray into the literary world, Eggerue is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with.' --VOGUE.co.uk
'The Peckham native is this generation s agony aunt' --Dazed
About the Author
Chidera Eggerue, popularly known as the Slumflower, is an award-winning blogger, speaker, creative director and a presenter of the The MOBO Awards. Her blog The Slumflower - a name inspired by the streets of her native Peckham - addresses the subjects of female empowerment, self-confidence, self-love, black hair, fashion and self-exploration. Chidera was recently the only British girl to make it on to BuzzFeed's '30 Black Girls You Should Follow' on Instagram list. She has featured on Women's Hour and ITV News as well as in i-D, Elle, Fader, InStyle, Evening Standard, Daily Mail and Stylist.
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