Oduse David Oluwadamilola

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Oduse David Oluwadamilola is a Nigerian Author, Writer and a Public speaker. He writes extensively on both fiction and non-fiction genres, ranging from Business, Dating and Relationships, Christianity and Spirituality topics and so on. [1] He came into the limelight when he became a bestselling author on Smashwords, in the Adult Romance genre. [2]



Early Life And Childhood.

He was born on the 6th of June, 1996 as the first child into a family of four, in Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria.[5] With the care of his parents, he attended Abeokuta North Local Government Nursery & Primary School, Olomore and graduated in July 2006. Subsequently, he proceeded with his secondary school education at Ijebu-Ode Grammar School, following his parents' migration from Abeokuta to Ijebu-Ode in August 2006. Eventually, he finished his secondary schooling in May 2012. Currently, he's a 400 Level student of Mechanical Engineering in Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.[5]

Smashwords' Interview With Oduse.

Oduse David Oluwadamilola began his writing career as a mere hobby in 2017. In his interview with Smashwords after he became a bestselling author on the ebooks' platform, He said he feels happy to have his words on paper, in front of the world.[6] In the same interview, he mentioned that using the free sales technique helped to accelerate his writing career on smashwords. He admitted that he loves reading books from Mark Coker, Natasha Preston, John C Maxwell, and the likes. Although, he said he loved reading when he's not writing, he also think of new book ideas when he's away from the desk.[6]


According to Goodreads, Oduse David Oluwadamilola have published 20 books.[7] The complete list of books he had published is announced on Goodreads. He had published two paperback versions of his books on Amazon's KDP Program. In addition, he had written a number of articles on different topics and disciplines for websites.[8]