The desire to write grows with writing.
– Desiderius Erasmus
It’s no secret that I love Nigerian movies. The question though is Why. That is what I intend to uncover in the next few posts on this topic. And like a good Nollywood movie, this series will extend well beyond Parts 1 and 2. Join me, will you?
1: To Learn New Vocabulary
To anyone who will listen, I am constantly ranting about how my Yoruba vocabulary has expanded since I started watching Yoruba movies. The same is true for the English movies. Let me give you an example. Read More
The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.
It’s been going on for a while. Years, actually. And I thought it was time for me to come forward and confess: I am in love with mystery. Read More
Have you ever wondered what your very first handwriting looked like? Maybe you have old exercise books from nursery school, etc, to help jog your memory. Even if you don’t have those, chances are that like many people, your handwriting has evolved over the years. I know mine has. Read More
Have you ever wondered what happens after someone buys a food item, just before they consume it? I do. In fact, I thought about this, and some of my thoughts formed the basis for this e-book.
I know you’re probably wondering if I will ever post anything else other than “free e-book short stories on Smashwords” on this blog. I most definitely will post other things. Writing is work, but it is the kind of work I enjoy. Read More