Hiiii. I’m back. Hope you’re well. I’m not so used to writing expository blog posts so I’ve been extra patient with the one I’m working on which hopefully should be up by next week. For now, another book review. I got this book as a birthday present from my friend,Chizaram, who blogs here. I judged the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW–Nervous Conditions
I’m happy. Happy for no little reason. Perhaps I should say joyful then. It’s that joy that propels this post. It’s been a terrible hiatus from this blog,I agree. I’ve had to deal with lots of things. (check this post on life and blogging.)I also find it hard to write unless I’m in some certain… Continue reading Life update
The title of the book is “Me Before You” and the author is Jojo Moyes. The publisher is the Penguin group. This is the first edition and it has 481 pages. It was published in 2012. I didn’t ponder on what the title could suggest before reading the book. In hindsight, I believe it implies… Continue reading Me before you–BOOK REVIEW
Have you ever spoken up when you saw something going on that was wrong? Were you scared? What ended up happening?” When I saw this prompt, everything went silent in my head. Silent. Of course I knew I had spoken up after seeing some wrongs being perpetuated a number of times but… The kind of… Continue reading Peacemakers
He looks into her purse as she opens it to bring out her transport fare. He sees about four thousand naira,all neatly lined up by the side of the purse. She holds the thirty naira she has just pulled out, in her hand, and draws her shopping basket nearer to herself. The shopping basket is… Continue reading Bodija – Moniya
“Jesus’ hometown of Nazareth,… sits on a hillside 1,300 feet above sea level. The view from a Ridge allows a sweeping panorama all the way from Mt. Carmel by the ocean to the snow peak of Mt. Hermon to the north With fertile lands, beautiful Vistas, and moderate climate, Galilee has its attractions, and clearly… Continue reading There was a garden in that place
Yay! A perfect opening for a cool movie: A butterfly zoomed in on, at a park. As I opened a fresh memo note page on my phone to start typing, I saw that butterfly. I’m so glad. It danced up right in front of me. So I’m going to be writing about “our deepest fear”… Continue reading No letters to the past, no letters to the future!