My works are simple yet powerful. They are like tiny pebbles when thrown into a sea makes the waters ripple for joy. … More Interview: Edwina (Neofloetry) – “My works are simple yet powerful.”
One day you are great, breathing fine and motivating the world
The next day, you are consumed in cynicism , threatened by your own thoughts . … More Bad Air – Fifi Awak
Life as an ” Unofficial Nigerian Graduate” is precarious. Yes, I know we will all say and argue that life as a Nigerian undergraduate isn’t easy either, but life as a graduate in Nigeria is far worse. For starters, there are a lot of difficulties in the different stages of/on becoming a Nigerian graduate. … More Life Of An Unofficial Nigerian Graduate.
The Port Harcourt Literary Society have put together a poetry slam event that is scheduled to hold on the 25th of May 2018. This is calling out all talented spoken word poet who believe they possess the qualities to go head to head with other poets. … More Up To 100,000 Naira Up For Grabs At The Port Harcourt Literary Society Poetry Slam
So I needed two days rest to write the epistle of how I spent my Friday evening at The Port Harcourt Literary Society Open Mic that held on the 23rd of March. My day started at 7am when Maureen Alikor and I had to go to Omagwa Airport to pick up our guest, the proficient … More Event Review: Efe Paul Azino and Sam Dede hosted at The PHLS Open Mic
It’s Woman crush Wednesday (WCW) episode so allow me crush on this photo that I lifted off an Instagram page I vaguely remember at the moment. In case you know the brain behind this image, kindly notify me so I can give due credit. I love everything about this photo. It’s so vibrant and unconventional. … More Pink Fair: Musings Of A Fine Apple
Hello Darlings, Welcome to March! March 1st was world book day and in order to celebrate this special day, I am reviewing some book clubs in Nigeria. This idea was inspired after I attended a book club hangout at the Port Harcourt Literary Society Library. It was a fun and enlightening experience for me because … More Reading Culture: Join Book clubs in Nigeria
Someone once asked if I would prefer a bouquet of rose over a Valentine’s dinner date. As a shameless foodie, I immediately took offense and jumped into defense mode. Many Naija girls would agree that it is an almost unforgivable blunder to choose a bouquet of flowers over food. So I wasn’t even having it. … More Would you rather a Rose Bouquet to a Dinner date for Valentine’s?
As writers, bloggers and creative humans, it is imperative that we have a personal space where we can unwind, relax, think and create. For me, I have found my comfort zone right inside my home. A comfort zone is a personal space where one’s activities and behaviors fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress … More My comfort zone
what is the use of making new year resolutions when you can make daily goals instead? … More 2018 : Bigger and Better things to come