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Flash Fiction: Falling

falling

“Temisan.” Mother whispered. “Hmm?” “Temisan wake up.” I reluctantly opened my eyes and saw she was out of the bed, looking out through the window. “My God.” She said. “Mama what is it?” She came over to my side. “Remember son, you must be strong at all times.” “Mama what’s going on?” She pushed me …

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Fiction & Poetry Writing

Flash Fiction || Head Quarters

“Jerome don enter!” “Run for your lives!” Wigs were grabbed, underwear retrieved as each of the seven girls struggled to vanish from sight. “Where’s Hanifa?” Light skinned Chinwe asked me when we were back safely in our rooms, panting from the race we just had up the stairs. “Chisos!” I had totally forgotten about the …

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Writing

7 Super Tips For Writers

7 Super Tips For Writers

Hi readers! Welcome to yet another blog post. How are you today? Great I hope. Could you kindly fill out this survey for me. Thank you! Loading… A couple of people have asked the question “What’s the difference between writing and blogging?” From my own point of view, blogging is a form of writing. In …

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Fiction & Poetry Writing

Flash Fiction: Lagos Palaver

Flash fiction is a fictional writeup consisting words not less than 100 words but not more than 500. “Ojota! Ojota! Enter with change!” I shifted the luggage in my left hand to my right. Lord knows it was heavy and I wanted to sleep. However I had to hold on. Father’s warning rang in my …

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Musings & Personal Writing

My Farafina Trust Workshop Short Story Entry

Hi readers! One thing you probably don’t know about me is the fact that I am a fan of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the writer of award winning novel “Half of a yellow sun”. Yes, I adore her and just might end up being like her one day. Just kidding! I look up to her in …

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