I failed my driving test- again. It was not part of the plan, but it has become a blessing in disguise. It forced me to notice a new world opening up to me during my bus journeys. I have become a proper convert now. I like to say that I am even helping the environment but that would be a lie because, that is just a by-product of the experience.What is true though is that my father would be proud of me because, I have kept a promise I made to him when I was little. “Yes daddy, I will never talk to strangers on the bus” I can see my small self-saying to him. This promise is being made possible because, I spend most of my time on the bus writing and being busy in my head. If you are curious about my “bus-scapades” then stay tuned.
Trials of a Family talks about a family of four children, (2 boys and 2 girls). One of the girls Jane was maltreated by her biological mother, who later discovered that Jane was her daughter after setting her up and punishing her for doing nothing. It got to the extent of Jane being thrown out of the house. Read this interesting novel to find out about the Trials which d family faced.
We all wonder about the universe and why things are the way they are, our narrator is no different. They find themselves unwittingly falling into a love story, then a loss story, then a brand new story all together. As their life unfolds so do the questions they hold inside. And when a conflict arises- one that pushes their conscience to the edge- they must decide what they are capable of, who they are, and where they are. And as if that weren’t enough… we must too.
Demola, the last child in his family is left to stay home alone one night while the rest of the family went to vigil. His brothers left him out of spite but this enabled him to single-handedly stop the thieves who came to rob the house.
Medical Series Alert... There are a lot of stories to tell about my medical practice in Nigeria. I think we will just start with the funny ones in Nnewi... Vol.1 will make you laugh
The novel centers on the imperfection, insecurities, friendships, crushes and basically the lifestyle of a young girl known as adesua. Who transcends from her adolescent years to teenage years and sees the ups and downs in life and how life can be imperfect but doesn’t fail to be beautiful.
I present you with a stunning compilation of insults so hot and ingenious that your opponents would be too shocked to reply....(most likely). 102 very tarty quotes from Shakespeare's plays, for your reading and practice pleasure. Do away with those mundane boring insults like 'dummy', 'mumu'! Show your fiery grammar with these instead: "You furry boil-brained harpy!" "Away with you clapper-clawed giglet!"