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My Writing Process Blog Tour

Two people tagged me in this chain of blogging that some mastermind started. The first was my dear friend and fellow Farafina alumnus, Sifa Asani Gowon. But you see, after she did, while I was still struggling to grasp the concept of the blog tour, then came Oge ‘Yougeecash’ Nwobia, ...

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My Bible Story: THE THIEF

I run through the dark streets, my lungs bursting with the effort. As I weave and turn through the alleys, my mind races faster than the wind whipping past my face. I know the penalty should I get caught. Death. By crucifixion. I am a thief. I have been a ...

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My Bible Story: WE ATE AND WERE SATISFIED

‘Miryam! Miryam! He is coming! The teacher is coming to Bethsaida today!’ my husband, Moshe, shouted as he burst into the house. ‘Who? What teacher?’ I asked, my hair a mess and my face sweating from my work in the kitchen. I barely had enough time to get the children ...

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My Bible Story: THE ADULTERESS

I am awakened by loud banging and shouts by the door. I am momentarily confused until I see Shimei hurriedly putting his clothes on, eyes wild with fear. ‘They are here! We are caught!! Oh, may Yahweh have mercy, we are going to die today! They will kill us both!’ ...

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The Things They Say…about The Natural Hair Movement

This site is no stranger to the captivating narratives of Sifa Asani Gowon. Her stories are deep, purposeful, entertaining and filled with strong messages, as apparently are her frank opinions. Read below what she has to say about the much ado over the natural hair movement. (Frankly, I don’t even ...

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A MOMENT IN TIME

I can’t hear above the din of the crowd. It’s just as well, I think my hearing is starting to go anyway. It is a historic day. Apartheid is officially over. South Africa is finally free from the evil that befell it so many years ago. We have a brand ...

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My Bible Story: MANOAH’S WIFE

I sit outside my humble home and wait for my husband, Manoah, to return. He is old now, as am I but he enjoys his daily walk in the plains. It gives him time to communicate with GOD. We are alone now once again. It wasn’t always this way. I ...

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My Bible Story: BA’ASMA’S DELIVERANCE #5

Shemsi couldn’t recall ever seeing such a crowd of desperate people, squirming and pushing to catch a glimpse of the Man they called Yeshua. She had instructed Tannel, Eustus and Frida to remain on the outskirts of the crowd and await her return. Tabitha and Ehud had melted in to ...

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Writerly Thinz: Life Is Full Of ‘Characters’

Do you find yourself imagining characters even as you read about them in books? Do they leap out at you, vivid and full of life and color? Sometimes, it’s almost as those the black words on the white/cream page come out to form a skeleton and then my imagination forms ...

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BOOK REVIEW: Playing By Her Rules

It’s a story that definitely warms your heart as you read, a melange of all things Nigerian and Abuja. From diehard football fans to high-end Abuja real estate, Playing By Her Rules is one romance novel you quickly become a character in. The society is not so subtle anymore in ...

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