On to better things

Hey guys, I know I have been so silent for quite a while. Well, Life happens and everything is thrown in disarray and you are lost on what to do. But I’m glad i got time to clear my head and think about my life and the direction that i wanted my writing and my… Continue reading On to better things

Society · Thoughts & REFLECTIONS

Tea Lady

There is this lady in the office who walks around the office as if on a timer collecting tea cups from people. People who are either too busy or too lazy to take their used cups to the tea area. Most times, these cups have been sitting there with cold coffee that has a thin… Continue reading Tea Lady



You cannot draw on the future Impossible to get into debt You can only waste a passing moment You cannot waste tomorrow It is kept from you You have to live on this 24hours of time Out of it you have to spin health, Pleasure, Money, Content, Respect, and the evolution of your immortal soul… Continue reading Time…

Book Review

Book Review: The Colour Purple by Alice Walker

The Color Purple is a 1982 epistolary novel by American author Alice Walker which won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for Fiction. It was later adapted into a film and musical of the same name. Taking place mostly in rural Georgia, the story focuses on the life of women… Continue reading Book Review: The Colour Purple by Alice Walker


Book Review: Under the Udala Trees

Before you read this book I’d suggest you Google udala trees. The you can read this book review. ..then you can go read the book. Either way make sure you read it Ijeoma, a ten year old Igbo girl, is living a comfortable middle class life with her parents in Nigeria when the Biafra civil… Continue reading Book Review: Under the Udala Trees

Book Review

Book Review : On Black Sister’s Street by Chika Unigwe

“Four very different women have made their way from Africa to the red light district of Brussels. They have come to claim for themselves the riches they believe Europe promises but when one of them is murdered… Their already fragile world is shattered” Nigerian writers have literally carved out a hole in my heart and… Continue reading Book Review : On Black Sister’s Street by Chika Unigwe


BOOK REVIEW: The kindness of enemies by Leila Aboulela

Two narrative strands. One contemporary and one historical. Christianity and Islam. Friend and Foe. Family and Enemies. I have taken a while to read this book because 2017 decided to come with drama, lots of work and sleepless nights. Suffice to say, I enjoyed this book because it taught me some hard truths about my… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The kindness of enemies by Leila Aboulela