September was a month of surprises. One of them came from Nedoux, who gave me this blog award. How did she know I loved surprises?
Thank you so much, Nedoux, for this award. I truly appreciate it. 😀
And thanks for being patient with me. I didn’t realize it would take me one whole month to respond.
But here I am, finally responding.
Let’s get to it then, shall we?
Calm down! I wasn’t about to throw a karate chop! But I will knock down these questions one by one.
First off, the rules. Read More
The Day I Will Never Forget, Episode 9 (Final): All is Well that Ends Well for Uncle Henry and Miss Agbo
Welcome to a brand new week! I hope you enjoyed your Independence Day holiday. Today, I will be sharing the final episode of our series, The Day I Will Never Forget. In this episode, Uncle Henry makes an important announcement to Ezekiel’s parents. And if the title isn’t a dead giveaway, read on to find out what happens. 😀
Before I leave, I want to thank every single person who has read, followed and/or commented on this series. I truly appreciate your support.
If you’re looking for a new series to follow, you should definitely check out the new series I’m working on, Falling in Love With My Best Friend, a contemporary Nigerian romance story.
Have an awesome week ahead!
Hello, there! How was your weekend? More restful than mine, I hope. In this episode of our current series, The Day I Will Never Forget, Ezekiel’s parents see his report card and it opens the door to many questions.
And in case I don’t see you before October rolls in, Happy New Month in advance!
Have an awesome week.
Happy Saturday! Yes, I know it’s overdue, but better late than never, abi? In Episode 2 of our romance series, Falling in Love With My Best Friend, we get to see how one ball connects a girl and a boy.
Have a great weekend!
I hope you had an awesome weekend! This episode of The Day I Will Never Forget brings together Father Christmas, Miss Agbo and an English Composition. What does one have to do with the other? Well, you’ll have to read to find out.
Here’s Episode 7.
By the way, how was your weekend? Not too bad, I hope. Here’s wishing you a fantastic week ahead.
No one can choose the family he or she is born into. Being a member of a family, in most cases, also means you automatically share the same last name with other family members.
But what if that last name is undesirable or you feel the need to change your last name for some other reason? That’s what this post discusses: the most common reasons why Nigerians choose to change their last names.
Feel free to add yours.
Let’s jump right in.