With Love From Asaba: Part 15 (FINAL)

As promised, here is the concluding part of With Love From Asaba.  Feel free to leave a comment, suggestion, critique, etcetera. Enjoy!   “Who is that that wants to break my gate, ehn?” Chief Alozie asked in an irritated voice, … Continue reading

Wura’s Woodin Adventures: A Novella (The Aso-Ebi Chronicles, Part 2) Published on Smashwords

  I started this series of novellas, titled The Aso-Ebi Chronicles last year.  First, was Bewaji and her aso-ebi was Ankara. The 2nd novella, which I just published, is titled Wura’s Woodin Adventures.  From the title, I am sure you can guess … Continue reading

With Love From Asaba: Part 4

  Today, we’ll continue following Nene Alozie as she settles down to her new life in Asaba.  If you missed the first three parts, you can read them here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 And now for … Continue reading

Shine Your Eye: Part 2

  Many apologies for being MIA for this long.  But, it was all for a good cause, i.e. writing.  I’ve been working on a few stories, and needed some time off.  Hope you understand.  I actually finished writing the draft … Continue reading

The Life and Times of Two Flared Nostrils: Part 1

To everyone who has read this story already (I posted it on NaijaStories and Smashwords), thanks for reading and commenting.  But if you haven’t, I will be posting it in chunks here.  For starters, here is Part 1.  Don’t forget … Continue reading

1, 2, 3 Disappear: Part 2

“Which Dauda? Isn’t that the name of Otunba Adekunle’s gateman?” Mrs. Phillips asked in a voice that was devoid of empathy. “N-n-n-o-o-o, ma,” Gloria stuttered.  “Dauda na de mechanic wey dey–” `A quick slap across the face ended Gloria’s explanation. … Continue reading

Three Mangoes: Part 1

Three Mangoes was the third short story I published on Smashwords.  It’s been out as an e-book since 2012, but I decided it was time to share it in chunks here.  Enjoy and do leave a comment. Mama Risikat set … Continue reading

The First Kiss: Flash Fiction

Mama Ikotun shivered as she lay on her bed.  She had been suffering from a strange ailment for six months.  The local doctor had initially diagnosed the illness as malaria.  However, as time progressed, and the drugs he prescribed did … Continue reading

New Fiction E-Book: Stay in Berlin (Short Story) – Free on Smashwords

I had written this story weeks ago, but just published it on Monday.  So, who better to tell than you guys? 😀 Stay in Berlin is  a short story set almost entirely in (yup, you guessed right) Berlin, Germany.  Here is … Continue reading