Happy Independence Day!
Nigeria is 58 today.
Today, we round up our September Short Stories with the fourth and final story in this series. To The Man I Once Loved is an office romance story set in Nigeria. It is also an epistolary short story, meaning it is written in the form of a letter.
In To The Man I Once Loved, the writer is a side chick/mistress giving her boss/lover some very important information. Or maybe it isn’t important. Oh, well, when you read, you can decide, abi? 😀
To everyone who has followed this series, thank you so much! I hope you enjoyed each story.
If you missed the first three stories, there’s still time to catch up. Here they are:
CONSIDERING MR. WRONG is our third September Short Story. It’s the story of the relationship between Ronke, a Lagos Fashion Designer and Duro, who runs one of his father’s enterprises: a shipping company.
If you missed the first two stories, here they are:
The first story is a contemporary romance titled, A BOUQUET OF PROMISES. That’s all I can tell you. You’ll have to read the story for the rest. 🙂
Something wonderful is happening in September …
… And you are invited!
Before July turns to August, here are some pictures from inside my African children’s book, A Goat Called Curry.