MY DEBUT BOOK IS AVAILABLE ON TOP LITERARY PUBLISHING PLATFORMS!!!

You can find my debut book "Chronicles of Orimiri and other stories" on the following literary publishing platforms!!! BambooksOkadabooksTheZenPensAceworldPublishers Please, don't forget to rate and review my work. Thank you.

THE PRICE FOR SEX

I'm participating in a super talent contest hosted by The Light TV show on Facebook. Please, click here to like and comment on my entry. You can read it below too. Thank you. First of all, let's define the keywords in the topic: Price and sex Price is the amount of money expected, required or … Continue reading THE PRICE FOR SEX

Guest Feature #19|Meet the Blogger: Precious of DAALULOG!

Happy New Month Fam. Goodnews everywhere. First of all, my poem made it to the top ten finalists for the Brigette Poirson Poetry Contest, September Edition 2019.💃

Next, I had an interview with Naijabookbae.

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Hey you, thank you for taking time out to read this post because today on the blog you get to meet a blogger! First and foremost welcome to my Guest Feature Series! It’s super exciting doing this, I may not be *a huge blogger* but I do have a presence in the online community, well because of the love many of you give to me daily. and I intend to make use of it by also giving back the love to the community, by shining the light on as many bloggers as I can, because most of us deserve it and also you know make a stand on marginalization—fighting for what’s right. 

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The Undergraduate Mentor| An Interview with Veralyn Chinenye, Founder of SprinkleStories

Graduate: Every time job offers be like, "we need a virgin with 2 years experience in sex" Me : (Laughs) It is very possible. I'm also a recent graduate from the department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar. Looking forward to my NYSC experience outside Cross River and its environs so I get … Continue reading The Undergraduate Mentor| An Interview with Veralyn Chinenye, Founder of SprinkleStories

Meet Aspiring Author — Precious Obiabunmo

Hey Guys, read my first interview with Literary Everything

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Today’s post is an interview with aspiring author, Precious Obiabunmo.

LE: Hello Precious, please tell us a bit about yourself.

Precious: My name is Precious Obiabunmo. I’m a 200L student studying English and Literature at Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

My study program is regular. So, I don’t work. However, I blog as a way to hone my writing and digital skills.

LE: When did you start writing and what prompted it?

Precious: I grew up in a family surrounded with books. My dad would always buy books whenever he could. My mom would read them aloud to me and my siblings until we could read. That’s when my love for stories started.

Also, in the primary school I attended, there was a story time section after break every Friday. We would take turns standing in front of the classroom, telling stories and laughing. From there, my love…

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DAALU’S BOOK CLUB|READER’S NOOK|MAE UJUMADU

Reader's Nook is an interview series where I feature lucky readers who get to discuss the book club's pick for the month with me. The reader for the month is Mae Ujumadu. We're going to be discussing "I'm telling the truth but I'm lying: Essays" by Bassey Ikpi. GENRE:Memoir. PUBLISHED: Harper Collins Publishers. PAGES: 201. … Continue reading DAALU’S BOOK CLUB|READER’S NOOK|MAE UJUMADU

RECAP: TEDx Awka 2019

Tedx is in Awka!!! ABOUT TEDx AWKA x= independently organized Liscenced by TED but independently organized, TedxAwka is a full day conference with thought leaders from all walks of life in the South East. The theme "Changing the Narrative" was chosen to make us understand the stories that make up our existing narratives and to … Continue reading RECAP: TEDx Awka 2019

Story Story| She should be burning in hell now.

Dedicated to those suffering from mental illnesses. I'm rooting for you. Sunday Isioma was on her way to the classroom where Kelechi, her boyfriend had asked to see her. It was 9:00 pm, an hour left to lights out. She grinned at the thought of being smooched ( she was wearing no underclothes ) and … Continue reading Story Story| She should be burning in hell now.

MY DEBUT BOOK|CHRONICLES OF ORIMIRI AND OTHERS STORIES

Can you guess who just arrived??? My baby is here💃Solid and ready to blow your mind.It's my first published book. A collection of short stories and poems. Plus it's free🎉 You can get the link to download by subscribing to my blog which is also free. All you have to do is click here After … Continue reading MY DEBUT BOOK|CHRONICLES OF ORIMIRI AND OTHERS STORIES

The Undergraduate Mentor| An Interview with Ajayi Joel, Founder of Think N Act

"I was so mad that I spent five years in school and I couldn't show anything for it based on what I was taught. I wasn't a dull student, neither was I am an unserious student. I only followed what I was taught and had my good grades" I became Facebook friends with Ajayi Joel … Continue reading The Undergraduate Mentor| An Interview with Ajayi Joel, Founder of Think N Act

Daalu’s Book Club|Reader’s Nook: Ijeoma Silas

Reader's Nook is an interview series where I feature lucky readers who get to discuss the book club's pick for the month with me. Our reader for the month is Ijeoma Silas. We're going to be discussing " 13 Reasons Why " by Jay Asher. GENRE: Young Adult Fiction. PUBLISHED: Razorbill, 2007. AUTHOR: Jay Asher. … Continue reading Daalu’s Book Club|Reader’s Nook: Ijeoma Silas

BOOK OF THE MONTH: 13 REASONS WHY BY JAY ASHER

According to Wikipedia, Banned books are books or other printed works such as essays or plays which are prohibited by law or to which free access is not permitted by other means. The practice of banning books is a form of censorship, from political, legal, religious, moral, or ( less often ) commercial motives.Wikipedia Ijeoma … Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH: 13 REASONS WHY BY JAY ASHER