Toasting Her, Part 3 (Final): David Meets Sade

It’s the last day of January, and what better way to celebrate the end of the month, than share the end of a story? Don’t answer that. In case you missed it, Toasting Her is a short story I published … Continue reading

Toasting Her, Part 2: Who’s that Girl?

Welcome to the last week of January! Honestly, I am happy to say “Bye, Bye” to January.  But before the month ends, we’ll complete this series. Here is Part 2 of Toasting Her. Have a fantastic week ahead and Enjoy!

Shine Your Eye: Part 5 (Final)

  … And finally, here is Part 5. In case you missed it, you can read the previous parts here: Shine Your Eye Feel free to share your thoughts.  Enjoy!   * * * “Ah, Seni, Seni, oya come and … 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

The Life and Times of Two Flared Nostrils: Now on Smashwords

Happy New Month! March is here at last.  I pray this month is full of wonderful surprises for you in Jesus name.  I hope you said Amen. To kick things off, here’s a new story I just published on Smashwords. … Continue reading

The Piano Book (Short Story): Part 3 – Final

“You can play it on the piano then.”  He did not say this like he was urging me.  It was more like a command that he expected me to obey. Motioning for me to follow him, he led the way … Continue reading

The Piano Book (Short Story): Part 2

Mama had not yet returned from work, and I had already been to Mama Peju’s shop.  She did not have the house keys.  That meant that I would have to wait outside the door until Mama came back.  Today, that … Continue reading

The Piano Book (A Short Story): Part 1

The Piano Book is my first published short story. I first published this story in 2012 on Smashwords. I received encouraging feedback and recently realized that I had never shared it here, on my blog. I believe you guys should … Continue reading

The Last Komole (Short Story): Final Part

Komole is a Yoruba term, which literally means “bend down low.”  It is the name given to a dance move that is popular in Nigeria where a person (usually a woman) progressively drops, while dancing until she is crouching low in … Continue reading

The Last Komole (Short Story): Part 2

Komole is a Yoruba term, which literally means “bend down low.”  It is the name given to a dance move that is popular in Nigeria where a person (usually a woman) progressively drops, while dancing until she is crouching low in … Continue reading

Three Mangoes: A Short Story by Sharon Abimbola Salu #FreeEbook

Three Mangoes - Short Story - Sharon Abimbola Salu

Have you ever wondered what happens after someone buys a food item, just before they consume it? I do.  In fact, I thought about this, and some of my thoughts formed the basis for this e-book. I know you’re probably … Continue reading

Nosa’s Wedding: A Short Story by Sharon Abimbola Salu [Free E-Book]

Nosa's Wedding, Short Story, Sharon Abimbola Salu

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

FREE Download of E-book ‘The Piano Book’ by Sharon Abimbola Salu

I know it has been a while since I last updated, but it was all for a good cause.  I just published my first e-book: a short story called “The Piano Book.”  The best part is that it is FREE, and it is available on Smashwords.

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Since it is an e-book, you can also download it and read it on your Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and all those other neat gadgets that make the world go round 🙂 Continue reading