C. M. Okonkwo is a Nigerian author who grew up in Lagos and moved to France to study, where she obtained a B.Sc. in Business Administration and... more
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The desperate women are back. After several failed attempts to find husbands living abroad or one who would take them to America, the women change their strategy and decide to go for celebrity husbands. Join Miracle, Stella, Caro, Tessy, Amara, Oluchi, Glory, Dumebi, Kemi, and Halleluiah, as they try to fulfil their overseas destiny.
Kiki, code named “The Cuttist,” is a former member of the fallen organization of assassins called the Mirror People. Kiki is on the run, but then the opportunity to be with the one she loves again presents itself... a life for a life. Any choice she makes comes with a consequence. *** This book was inspired by its prequel, and a personal challenge to replicate its structure. It also has twenty-four parts, with each title similar to the prequel and each exact part either limited to four hundred words or a drabble.
Welcome to the Eastern part of Nigeria, where obtaining a university degree and landing a good job are not the only ambitions of the young women in this unique community. They have vowed to do whatever it takes to find a husband. And not just any type of husband, but one who lives abroad.
Obliged to self-isolate, in response to the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the stay-at-home order is the best thing to ever happen to you until you cannot take it anymore. Somewhere in between, the lives inside your head have found the perfect time to let their voices be heard, by you.
Kiki, code named “The Cuttist,” is a member of an organization of assassins called the Mirror People. Kiki has never failed a mission, but when her next target happens to be the man of her dreams, she must decide to either keep or kill him. Any choice she makes comes with a consequence. *** This book was inspired by a 2019 Wattpad short story contest, in which a series of titles were given to write a story. “Don’t Close Your Eyes” won first place, but all twenty-four titles were used to develop this book, each either limited to four hundred words or a drabble.