Olusegun became increasingly uncomfortable after Nifemi took their daughter to visit her parents. It had been over two weeks since she left on unplanned. Because it was a Muslim funeral, Nifemi had to call to Olusegun to request to let her stay back through the final burial rights. Even when they communicated regularly over the … More It’s in men: Times like Weather II
Tia is in love. That kind of once in a lifetime love most people never find in their lifetime. Her heart beat only for him, whether he is good to her for bad, and she even says she will continue to love him even if he would break her heart. She is confident that he … More Story for the gods
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In my constant perusal of pinterest i stumbled on this picture and i instantly saved it and used it as a display picture on my bbm. A friend of mine buzzed me shortly afterwards to ask what the difference was. I took my time to respond because he’s rather critical of…
It was an ordinary day with no great expectations but the half-excitement of meeting a potential assistant in the publication and promotion of my new work titled Noise of the Market along with a possible re-edition of my previous publications, Double Jeopardy. Victor Anoliefo, who was referred to me by a friend, turns out to … More Holding on too tight?
The afternoon was cold and windy. The rains poured heavily outside, the streets were deserted from the fierceness of it. It was as though the world was aware that the heavens were falling. The weather told the story of what was going on in Mr. Adeniji’s house. Though it was midday, it was drearily dark … More Times like Weather