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Embark on an enriching journey with Dr. Wole Akosile, an addiction psychiatrist and author renowned for his insightful exploration of psychology themes and down-to-earth storytelling. Through his captivating narratives, Dr. Akosile seamlessly weaves together intricate psychology themes with relatable, down-to-earth stories, offering readers a unique and transformative reading experience.

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Dive into the intriguing world of Wole Akosile an addiction psychiatrist and author whose debut novel, "The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad," has earned accolades from Briar Reviews as a dystopian masterpiece. This compelling tale expertly intertwines a coming-of-age narrative with elements of romance, offering a brutally honest portrayal that resonates deeply with the human spirit.


​In the eyes of The Guardian, Wole's work transcends the label of a mere novel; it's a profound exploration of the human psyche. Described as a quietly bursting story, it unfolds with maturity and an even-handed narrative that encourages readers to reflect on the complexities of our shared humanity.

​Inspired by the struggles of first and second-generation Australians and the impactful words of politicians in the theatre of political power, Wole Akosile's latest creation, "Real Men Don't Do Therapy, Portrait of a Beautiful Disaster," invites readers on a journey into the intricate dynamics of family life. Uncovering the corrosive effects of historical abuse on men and portraying the unique experiences of Africans in Australia, this novel guarantees a thought-provoking and engaging experience.​


Based in vibrant Brisbane, Australia, Wole resides with his family. Get ready to be captivated as he artfully crafts stories that not only entertain but also challenge and inspire, connecting us all through the shared threads of our human experience.

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