Blogging, Reviews, Writing

BOOK REVIEW : “ECLIPSE” BY NED CHINEDUM NWABUNIKE

ABOUT THIS BOOK WEST AFRICA 1967 The welter events of the civil war left an indelible mark which was visibly etched for a longer period of time in the eastern Nigeria. When the leaders of the Igbo called for a separation of the new acclaimed nation, Biafra from Nigeria; it sparked up a fire that… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW : “ECLIPSE” BY NED CHINEDUM NWABUNIKE

Blogging, Reality

Feeling Overwhelmed

Last night, I was overwhelmed with how much I have on my plate. These days I get so busy and I find it hard to keep in touch with friends. It has been a major flaw for as long as I can remember. However, it is in times like this, I wish someone will just… Continue reading Feeling Overwhelmed

Short Story

Stories I Do Not Tell

Pants, moans and groans filled the room, sweaty bodies and the smell of sex filled the air. Cindy did not mind this lifestyle. This was the fifth man this week, one night stands all of them. The more she indulged herself, the harder it was to pull herself away from the thrill of having sex… Continue reading Stories I Do Not Tell

Short Story

The Return of Efunsetan Aniwura

Death is the doorway to new life. We live today. We shall live again. In many forms we shall return. The Egyptian Prayer of Resurrection *** The story you are about to read is for a competition. Continue on reading at the website below. Use the star button to rate the story. Your support means… Continue reading The Return of Efunsetan Aniwura

Blogging

Getting a J. O. B – Part Two

Rita got to Uncle Olu's home at a few minutes past five. That man was the most overbearing man she has ever had the pleasure of meeting. It is no wonder he married an illiterate, the story of love and romance he concocted for the family was a tall story. Uncle Olu has never been… Continue reading Getting a J. O. B – Part Two

Blogging, Short Story, Writing

Getting a J. O. B – Part one

Rita Maxwell stepped over the rail to the other side, though it is forbidden by the government in these parts; she knew trains do not take these routes so often anymore. Her black leather slippers makes a crushing sound with the marble stones. She moved quickly to where other people were and smiled. She was… Continue reading Getting a J. O. B – Part one

poetry, Sunday Corner

The Count Down

Tick tock tick tock Can you hear the clock? It's the count down to the future The times we have now is a mixture Of the good, bad and all things in between Lend me your ears, your hands entwine In anticipation Of the unheard abolition Stiff stuff stuck slow slit Explains it The unbearable… Continue reading The Count Down

Blogging, Short Story, Writing

My first Sci-Fi story

Afriverve came up with a writing challenge, it had to be an African story set in Mars. I wrote a short story titled Saving the Day. It is the first time I'll write anything of this nature. Please read and if it impresses you enough, vote for my story with the two words I Vote.… Continue reading My first Sci-Fi story

Blogging, poetry, Reality

Love Came to Stay

Come with me Let me take you on a journey Let me tell a story of love At first sight Let me tell you How my heart went away with a stranger How my heart betrayed all my resolve to remain single Come let me tell you A story of faith and temptations A story… Continue reading Love Came to Stay