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A Story that comes Ten Days to Christmas

He is a man who doesn’t understand roller-coasters. She is a woman who lives on the spur of the moment. And because opposites attract, they stood no chance apart, as they moved headlong toward each other.

But can opposites remain together? Science may believe so, but in an arena where emotions are the shield and insecurities the sword, it takes a true thrust of the power of love to keep whole what is broken.

This ten-part narration of love and the gift of it on Christmas is brought to you by www.mymindsnaps.com and www.wordsarework.com starting tomorrow Wednesday and running on to Christmas Day. The episodes will run alternatively on each blog, that is, one episode on one blog, and the next episode on the other the following day.

We do hope you will be entertained by our effort. 🙂 I also want to apologize to the readership of Eze Returns To School. I’m aware that the series has been AWOL for two weeks now. I intend to make up this tardiness to y’all in good time. Thanks. And a Merry Christmas in advance.

About shakespeareanwalter

Walt Shakes(@Walt_Shakes) is an award-winning Nigerian writer, poet and veteran blogger. He is a lover of the written word. the faint whiff of nature, the flashing vista of movies, the warmth of companionship and the happy sound of laughter.

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  1. Wait, so we have to be visiting both blogs? OK then, let tomorrow come quick. This story better be sweet ooo, laced with all things christmasy. Won’t you apologise also for daddy diaries and housewives tale? Lekwa stingy apology.

  2. This series has been getting heavy social media PR since yesterday. Hmmm. If Walt and Chisom are selling, I’m buying.

  3. dun! dun! dun!.

  4. waiting

  5. Dis Walter boy wee sha be dragging us upandan because he knows we wee follow him anywhere. See stylish advert for both websites. Issoke o. We are waiting… God hep u if d story is not sweet! so u berra go back and check if u put enough Maggi and salt inside or else…

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