#WriterSpotlight – So far as there is a paper and pen nearby Ivie will always write

Hey everyone!

I was recently interviewed by good people at The Sparkle Writers Hub. I hope you enjoy reading my interview!

Best wishes,

Ivie.

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Another Thursday is here again and you know what that means! We have another amazing writer for you to meet on our Writer Spotlight feature. Our guest today is Ivie. She is simple, passionate and ready to take over the world with her words. Find out more about this super talented writer as you read her interview with us.

Hello, please introduce yourself

My name is Ivie Eke – Ivy for short. I am from Benin City, Edo State in Nigeria. I am a constant introvert and an often reluctant extrovert.

What do you do?

I write poems, essays and short stories on my blog. For my day job, I work in the Business Development Unit of a Healthcare Non-Government Organization in Abuja, Nigeria.

Why did you choose to write or what led you to writing?

I can’t really describe what led me to writing; it has just simply…

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