I recently started following the latest Masterpiece Classic series on PBS. It is called “The Paradise” and it is based on Emile Zola’s novel, Au Bonheur des Dames (The Ladies’ Paradise). They’re showing Season 1 right now, but our friends in the UK have already seen it. As usual. Read More
Last year, while I was deeply engrossed in a piece I was writing, someone pointed out that I had this weird look on my face. Okay, fine, it was not just weird; it was silly. I never forgot it and it made me wonder: how many writers have that funny-silly look on their faces when they are writing? Apart from me, of course. I hope you’re raising your hand. Don’t make me feel like I am the only one. Read More
I nearly always write — just as I nearly always breathe.
I had written this story weeks ago, but just published it on Monday. So, who better to tell than you guys? 😀
Stay in Berlin is a short story set almost entirely in (yup, you guessed right) Berlin, Germany. Here is the synopsis: Read More
I started writing seriously in 2012 (last year), after a very long break. One of the things I quickly discovered, apart from the fact that I love writing stories in my handwriting, is the fact that writing is a very solitary experience. Read More
I found out about the AfriNolly Short Film Competition on Google +, and was thrilled when I finally got an opportunity to watch the finalists’ entries. They were all so different in the stories they told and the methods used to tell those stories. And I have to admit, it was a welcome change to the typical Nollywood movies. Read More
We are down to the last 4 months of the year. Can you believe it? Where did the year go?
Anyway, this time of the year is usually filled with a lot of events. If you’re looking for styles to sew for your aso-ebi for the events planned for this year, you need to check out Pinterest. I bet you won’t be disappointed.
I picked a few of the styles that particularly caught my eye. Here they are, in no particular order: