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Excerpt from ‘The Green Fridge’.

‘The Green Fridge’ is the last story in my collection, Walking On Eggshells. Continue reading

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Short Story: The Copycats Among Us (Part 1).

Elsie stood at the entrance of the conference room, observing the spectacle before her. It was almost 10am. The executive meeting was supposed to have started at 9:30am but was running late because the Big Dog (a nickname for the … Continue reading

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Solitude.

  The looking inwards for one’s self. The opening of mental doors which were formerly shut. The looking for answers inside dark corners. Hidden corners. The hidden laughter and subdued tears. The conversations with God. The learning about one’s true … Continue reading

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5 Books By Nigerian Authors Which You Should Read.

  I am currently reading three books at the same time. I have a system where I read a couple of chapters of each book before moving to the next one. It’s one of my favourite pastimes. I recently took … Continue reading

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