Long searing pain ran through my lower limbs. My eyes were fixed on the walls of the bus terminal, all occupied with posters advertising the Pepsi No Chill Disembaa. Maybe this could take my mind off the meeting I was definitely going to miss - two hours on the queue and no bus had arrived.… Continue reading DIFFERENT
So many people are hypocrites but they don't know. Until they end up getting tagged as an hypocrite, then it really hurts them. The truth is bitter.Hypocrites are critics who condemn others for immoral acts they also partake in. It's better to engage in these acts without criticizing others for it than to end up… Continue reading The Mask We Choose To Wear
Hey guys. Happy new year,yayyy!! I'll love to share the Nigerian books I look forward to reading this year. I'm super excited. 1. CHILDREN OF VIRTUE AND VENGEANCE This is the most anticipated for me. I became a 'Tominator' after reading Children of the blood and bone, now I'm very curious about this sequel. Tomi… Continue reading Booktiful Year!
Hi guys. Few hours to the end of 2018, I'm super excited. The year has been great,awesome and all shades of crazy for me. School stress had me, most part of the year. This year I wrote a short story - 'In The City' , this is one of the feats I was able to… Continue reading The Mindset
Title:The second death of Goodluck Tinubu Author: Michael Stanley Genre: Mystery Publisher: HarperCollins Publication Date: 2009 Page count: 498 My rating: 4 stars About the book: The second death of Goodluck Tinubu talks about the confusing double murder in the Jackalberry camp, northern Botswana. Two guests were killed in one night. Goodluck Tinubu- a former Zimbabwean was murdered… Continue reading THE SECOND DEATH OF GOODLUCK TINUBU : MICHAEL STANLEY
There's always something that triggers the writing spirit among writers. So many people didn't just wake up on a warm bright day to start writing. The art lingers for a while before it finally sets pace. I've always loved reading, right from when I was in primary school.I had this collection of Enid Blyton's book… Continue reading LIFE AS A BIBLIOPHILE