Raw: Unpublished Works

You are enough

you are enough

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₦200.00

A compilation of write ups and poems on why we should love ourselves and our purpose in life....

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A Tale To Tell

a tale to tell

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The writers have beautifully painted words in prose and poetry on the adventures of love ranging from the sweetest love memories to the heartbreaks. There are lot of scenes that would capture your mind, set your soul ablaze and live your spirit to swin in the pool of love. A Tale To Tell will blow your mind....

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Dark Realm

dark realm

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₦100.00

How would life be if you knew you were being chased by the devill? Worthless but you stay and fight....

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In the midst of darkness

in the midst of darkness

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₦300.00

this is a book about love, friendship and love a midst tribalism, disappointment and failure....

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A world I call my own

a world i call my own

78 reads
4.67
Free

An introvert with extreme inferiority complex is trapped in a self created bubble of loneliness and depression. She believes that life itself is extremely complicated and needs to be understood and so she finds herself asking a lot of questions. She however struggles to find love in order to escape the insatiable quest for a perfect life in an imperfect world and when she is finally defeated by the harsh reality of life, she takes her life....

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13 minutes

13 minutes

92 reads
5
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A nonchalant daughter of a Professor is forced to take part in an examination in order to gain admission into the university without his influence, basically because He wants her to "earn the grades" and learn to value education. She travels to a remote village as rumors have it that villagers are given some sort of preferential treatment due the high level of illiteracy .The millennial is ravished and caught between the devil and the blue sea after she escapes . A story that teaches one to always watch out for demons!...

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Broken

broken

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₦500.00

Ted Ortega was once a well behaved boy till things changed and his stepmother abused him and made his life hell, but the people he could depend on were his friends, but they also changed and Ted is sent to jail after he murders his step-mom, and the friends who he trusted, betrayed and abandoned him, Ted gets out of jail and spends 2 years planning for the ultimate revenge ...

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The Prophecy

the prophecy

100 reads
5
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Being happy was all Pamela wanted but she placed her happiness on the thighs of a prophecy that unraveled her worst nightmare...

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Just a phase

just a phase

197 reads
5
Free

A young lady struggles with depression after an attempt to end her life causes the death of her mother. Being a Nigerian,she is forced to believe that she is going through a phase that will make her stronger. She eventually finds a reason to see how colorful the world is,as the famous saying goes,"depression is being colorblind and constantly told how colorful the world is." What happens when she becomes deaf as well?...

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Servia: An unpublished short story

servia: an unpublished short story

85 reads
5
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Oxblood are born to serve just as surely as fineblood are born to lead. But when Servia, an oxblood princess who is thought dead, stumbles onto a conspiracy which could have damning ramifications for Ikeja, Uromi, and the second province as a whole, she must fight the calling of her blood....

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Broken crayons still colour

broken crayons still colour

174 reads
4.5
Free

A short story about emotional conflict,prejudice and hope. ...

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Ogaba and the Enchanted Cave

ogaba and the enchanted cave

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₦250.00

Little Ogaba wouldn’t stop crying because he slept off and missed the sights and sounds of the River Benue Bridge on a family visit to their grandparents’ place. He blamed everybody for not helping him to wake up when they got to the bridge. To make him stop crying, grandma tells him about the scary Ojuju who lives in the cave across from the village. She told him that the Ojuju is known to carry crying children away into the cave when it is night. Later that night, Ojuju pays little Ogaba a visit and takes him away to its cave. Ogaba is able to convince Ojuju to let him go home after he is able to make their otherwise dirty cave sparkly clean again....

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