Working To Make It | Emmanuel Enaku.

“Everyone wishes to be a good writer but not everyone will; only those who put in the work will achieve this feat” is something I accepted at the start of my journey to becoming a good writer

Publishing Made Easy by Solomon Ekoja

"Without publishing, a beautiful writing piece is just a pile of rubbish useful only to its writer."- Ekoja Solomon

Week 50 Winners And Moving Forward.

We had 3 entries for #Week50 and all three have won the cash prize of N10,000 each.

Blueprint: Get published in easy steps by Victor Oladejo.

Blueprint: Get published in easy steps.

What Authors don’t tell you about publishing by Esther Ojetunde

Every writer at one point in time wants to publish a world selling books, books that would bring them out there and open to them a world of opportunities.  

Newbie? Get Published Without Stress by Becky Peleowo

You've finally finished your masterpiece. You have it typed, edited and peer-reviewed by trusted professionals and you're ready to share it with the world. Congratulations but how do you get your work published? Voilà!

How Macleans Ignited My Writing Potential | Ekoja Solomon

In 2009, my writing journey was revived when a relative of mine gifted me an internet-enabled Nokia phone. With this device, I signed up for accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

The Dossier | Collins Undelikwo | Short Fiction

“Your services are no longer required.” Mr. Aku said with a smile. “My wife and I have sorted things out between us. Just yesterday after church and a nice Sunday jollof, she confessed everything!” 

Essay Competition: Week 49 Winners

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A Bitter Taste In My Mouth by Peace Habila.

  Some years back, a tipsy man down the road transitioned his wife to glory. The  neighbors reported that the pounding, yelling, and  screaming were  almost ‘normal' routine. Love for husband and children were the justification the now...

Erased | Short Fiction | Enoch Akinlabi

The milky cream of the ceiling seemed to be out of focus no matter how much I attempted to concentrate.



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