She was so taken aback by surprise at her discovery that she sat down suddenly on Kayode’s bed. The grogginess she had felt moments before was gone and in its stead, was an all-consuming desire to know what was written … Continue reading
As is common in stories of this nature, little secrets never remain little for long. So it was with Remi and Olisa. From the very first day they met, each felt an indisputable and inexplicable attraction to the other, and … Continue reading
If you ask me, I think you should eat both of them, and then give thanks. 😀 Continue reading
I hardly tie gele when I wear my traditional outfits here, mostly because you cannot claim to be dressed casually while wearing an elaborate head tie. I tell you, a gele can make a mundane outfit look festive. But the … Continue reading
That day was a Wednesday. Class finished earlier than usual, as the teacher had to travel out of town that afternoon. So, at 11:15 a.m., the class was dismissed. Minutes later, Remi walked to the station to catch the next … Continue reading
What would you do if your mother or father said this to you: My dear child, Chivalry is dead? Would you believe them? I can answer for myself. My answer is No. I disagree.
Kings and queens will serve you and care for all your needs. They will bow to the earth before you and lick the dust from your feet. Then you will know that I am the Lord. Those who trust in me … Continue reading
I use YouTube tutorials for so many things nowadays. Next to just searching on Google, YouTube is your second best-friend. From recipes to makeup tutorials, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for there. I also go there to watch … Continue reading
I saw this video months ago through AfriNolly. It was one of the entries for their short film competition. Although this video did not win, I still found it hilarious, and decided to share. I pray none of you experiences … Continue reading
I can’t remember the first time I heard (or read) the word ‘Wherefore,’ but I certainly remember when I understood its meaning.
If you are just starting, I highly recommend reading Part 1 and Part 2 first. Now for Part 3. They drove home in silence for about twenty minutes, and when they finally reached Kayode’s apartment, he opened the front … Continue reading
After ploughing through a book and reaching ‘the end,’ you can physically close it and put it down. You can put it back in your personal library, return it to the local library, stand on it in the hopes that … Continue reading
I heard this at a seminar I attended recently, and thought to share. William Faulkner, the American writer from Mississippi, who was also a Nobel laureate, struggled with writer’s block. But that’s not the cool part.
Since I discovered the wonders of free e-books via sites like Project Gutenberg and Google Books, I have been downloading them like crazy. Many of the classics are there for free. Thanks to e-reader apps on my phone like Kobo (which … Continue reading
The answer is Yes. When I picked up my pen and started writing again last year, my intention was to write strictly mystery. But as I kept writing, I found romance creeping into my stories. It wasn’t intentional, but it … Continue reading