July 6, 2018
Nigeria Literary blog

Fiction – Fading

We were supposed to be in the season. Us! My make up done, hair styled, strutting off in my most expensive gown, struggling to look like […]
March 14, 2018

Fiction – Changes

Will you make it at the end? “Will I make it at the end”, I ask myself. I think that question is overly deep to be […]
November 22, 2017
The story of a clinical psychology student who has an addiction.

Fiction – I am addicted

A clinical psychologist is addicted Every fibre of my being wants you. My system drowns in uneasiness when I don’t have you. Swiftly, I jumped off […]
July 14, 2017

Fiction – Nostalgia

Get out! Get out! Get outta my head and come into my life instead….. ‘One thing’ by One direction plays from the next room. She flashes […]
April 20, 2017

Fiction – A Prose On Menstruation

“I must watch this IG video” I thought out loud. Of course I did,in my sleep. I woke up to the feeling of hotness of my […]
January 9, 2017


Lies are shadows of truth, fear is embedded in bravery. She layed still feeling uneasy wondering how lies and fear had brought her to this point.
November 16, 2016


A boisterous environment adorned with children hanging close to their parents like a fruit on a tree. Their sanguine faces increasing the light of the already […]
October 19, 2016

Fiction – Be YOU!

“Todun!” Bolanle called. “Yes, what is it na?” I replied.
October 6, 2016

Fiction – Turning Point

  The color of her lips reminds me of tomato paste. The colour made her face scream ‘I need attention’. This tomato coloured lips attendant was […]