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Two To Tango.

I once read a story about a lady who hadn’t kissed her husband let alone get laid in two years. They live under the...

Author Platform: How To Leverage On The Digital Media.

After going through a Twitter exchange between some experienced and published writers on the above topic, I did a little research and decided to...

The Darkest Place In The Heart by Victor Oladejo.

𝙋𝘼𝙡𝙉 “ Please just help me balance everything” Miriam begged. Ifeoma shrugged and punched few keys on the keyboard. “ Miriam, this is not the second...

My Neighbour by Roselyn Sho-Olajide.

I’m not particularly a nosy neighbor, but I am most times forced to see a lot of things happening in the compound when I...

Life is a Bed of Roses by Humble Ogbonna.

Without waiting for Amalize the school’s timekeeper to finish ringing the bell for the close of the day, Ejike quickly flung his bag around...

The Devil To Pay by Johnson Onyedikachi.

I August 13, 3AM. Uwem pried her eyes open. The continuous blare of a horn grated on what was left of her nerves, and with an...

My Journey: A Personal Story by Kingsley Moghalu.

As a young man out of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (Enugu Campus) in the mid-80s, I consciously sought and acquired experience that would...

Doings In Mbiri, Echoes In Cork.

I know he wouldn't want this but I just couldn't help it. I had to blog this one for posterity. Like the Biblical instruction, my...

A Lesson From An Intellectually Disabled Man by Michael Ogbonnaya.

“Oga, abeg try am again,” I said pleadingly, as I hoped that the POS machine doesn’t reject my ATM card this time. All my gaze...

Guest Room by Victor Oladejo.

The room smelt of mint and old books. He sniffed and pressed a side of his nose. He walked inside and closed the door...

A ‘Dorime’ Burial Ceremony by Chukwuemeka Oluka.

Whilst the Undertaker’s WWE theme song and the UEFA champions league anthem were known to mesmerize club scenes and bars in Nigeria, none quite...

Seared Into The Heart by Michael Ogbonnaya.

Life is full of experiences. Some are good, others are bad. These experiences play a huge role in moulding us into the persons we...

Let The Best Man Win by Johnson Onyedikachi.

Bilie took the three-piece flannel suit to the changing room. It was the nineteenth time he was trying on a piece of suit today....

The Faint by Roselyn Sho-Olajide.

My bag was so heavy that I kept on dragging it. I didn’t have the strength to carry it because I was famished and...

From death to life.

I have come to know that death is an important thing to keep in mind, not to complain or to make melancholy, but simply...

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