If you missed Part 1, you can read it here. Now, to Part 2. Both Remi and Kayode had been in the same circles since they were children. Both of their fathers were contractors and they were family friends. But, … Continue reading
As promised, here is Part 1 of Stay in Berlin. If you really can’t wait and want to read the entire story, you can do so on Smashwords. Now, for Part 1. Enjoy!
In a typical wedding ceremony (traditional, white, court) the couple exchanges wedding rings. So, in our world today, one surefire way of telling if a man or woman is married, is by looking at their hands for the tell-tale sign: … Continue reading
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
Disclaimer: I have never written Flash Fiction before, so let’s just see how this goes. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.
The entire bridal train had already danced their way into the reception hall. Everyone was waiting for the two people at the center of the celebration: the bride and her groom. As soon as he spotted them, the DJ changed the music and everyone abandoned their idle chatter to focus on the new Mr. & Mrs. They did not disappoint. Continue reading
Whoa! Can you believe we are in the last three months of the year? This year has been zooming fast sha. Chai! Thank you to everyone who has supported me so far with comments on this blog and offline. I … Continue reading