Happy Saturday! Hopefully, you’re getting much needed rest and relaxation this weekend. Or having a great time. Or a wholesome combination of all the above. 🙂
Before we step into another week, I wanted to share this writing quote from Dan Poynter, an American author, professional speaker and parachute designer. Yes, parachute designer.
Happy Thursday! This Thursday is special for at least one reason: it’s the last Thursday in April. Yup! April is waving and saying, “Bye, bye! See you!” 🙂
Before April ends, I wanted to share one of Toni Morrison’s writing quotes. In case you didn’t know, Toni Morrison is an American novelist and the first African-American woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. On writing, she says:
Happy, Happy Friday! I hope your week was as interesting as mine was. 🙂
As we embrace the weekend, here are some memorable words on writing, courtesy of Isabel Allende, a bestselling author and novelist:
He is not here: for he is risen, as he said.
Matthew 28:6 (KJV)
May the resurrection power in the blood of Jesus be evident in your life all year round in Jesus name.
Happy Good Friday! I hope you’ve been enjoying the holidays as much as I have. 🙂
The short story I wrote in 2015, The Day I Will Never Forget is set in 1990s Nigeria and today, it’s finally an eBook. With the eBook comes a brand new book cover too. So, if you haven’t read the story before, this is your chance to immerse yourself in Ezekiel’s (and Miss Agbo’s) world for a few hours … or days. Or however long it takes you to finish it sha. Don’t worry, I won’t judge you. Hehe!
Happy Friday! How was your week? Pleasant and eventful hopefully. Today is exactly one week to Good Friday. Yes o, Easter is almost upon us. And to think Shrove Tuesday was just a few weeks ago. Time waits for no man, I tell you.
Welcome to the last week of March! Dear Obajimi was published as an eBook at the beginning of this month? Today, I’ll be sharing the first letter, which is also the first chapter titled One of Many. If you haven’t read the story, it’s still available for free.
Here’s the summary:
After the mysterious disappearance of her husband, a woman writes a series of letters in a desperate attempt to make sense of the calamity of a missing spouse. These letters provide insight into the life the couple lived before Obajimi’s disappearance and the hurricane of changes that occur while the Police investigate. By the last letter, will she discover what happened to her husband?
Now, let’s see why Morenike, the writer, captions her first letter, One of Many.