Chinua Achebe's writing is both very detailed and full of humanity. I'm forcing myself to read this book slowly.I hope you have a great weekend 💕
Hello! I shared a summary of why I enjoy books by Sefi Atta, one of my favourite Nigerian Authors . Basically, if you're interested in reading Nigerian stories, Atta's books are a great place to start. Have a great week ahead 😊 Ivie.
What message do I want to convey through classicallyivy.com? 1. I am a creative person. _____________________ 2. We are all free to explore our creativity. _____________________ 3. Creativity is a gift-but it requires effort to sustain it for a long time. _____________________ 4. Creativity is joyful: enjoy it! _____________________ By Ivie M. Eke 2020.
Mathematics, my favourite subject...okay, that's not true 😂 But as a self-published Author, I find myself tapping out figures on my phone's calculator whilst frowning and shaking my head at the results. When you buy a self-published Author's books on platforms like Amazon and Okada Books, do you know that the Author doesn't earn the amount... Continue Reading →
I am not a motivational speaker...but I do have something I feel someone out there needs to hear: if you wait for perfect conditions before you pursue your passion, you will achieve nothing. _____________________ The three books which I have written are not perfect, but they are proof that I tried/I am trying, and... Continue Reading →
Hey Everyone! The good people at Literary Everything reviewed my book, 'Dirt In The Dust'. You can listen to their audio review below. It's a wonderful thing when complete strangers read your work and enjoy it. I hope you have a great day ahead Ivie. via Dirt in the Dust... Continue Reading →
Imade and Chibuzor's relationship can withstand the truth and nothing but the truth...or can it? Hey, Everyone! 'Dirt In The Dust' is now available in hardcopy on Amazon 💃🏾 You can get yours here. Amazon ships globally, so I'm certain that you can buy a copy wherever you are in the world. ... Continue Reading →
(Read part 1 here). The Chairman’s Wife: Part Two. ‘Hi’. ‘Hi’. He cleared his throat. ‘So…you’re my Boss’s wife? I guess I should call you Madam?’ Enahire sounded petulant to his own ears, but he couldn’t seem to help himself. He suddenly realized that he was sweating under his white Polo neck tshirt. Rolake smiled.... Continue Reading →
The Chairman’s Wife: Part One. Enahire was not a man who was easily surprised. In his 35 years on earth, he had witnessed his father kicking his mother out of their family home, experienced racist abuse as a postgraduate student in London, and had been in a car accident which had almost cost him his... Continue Reading →