Just A Little Yeast… (Happy Democracy Day Nigeria) – A Poem by Funmi Adebayo

Featured Image Credit – Photo by Gideon Hezekiah from Pexels Evil triumphs where good men do nothing! -Edmund Burke When ‘ordinary’ men underrate the power of their ‘little’ contribution, they quit trying. However in Nation Building, little good makes a world of difference… Just… Few good mento buttress the truth Few praying mento stand in the gap… Few upright mento uphold the arm of justice Few hopeful peopleto … Continue reading Just A Little Yeast… (Happy Democracy Day Nigeria) – A Poem by Funmi Adebayo

Poem: Gather Up the Fragments …by Funmi Adebayo

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… he said unto his disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost. Therefore they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained…John 6:12-13 (KJV) There is POWER in LITTLE THINGS … The bit that remains after all is lost The little change you have left… Continue reading Poem: Gather Up the Fragments …by Funmi Adebayo

Book Review – Become a Boss Faster than you Think by Blessing Otagbo | Book Review by Afeso Akanbi

From Aponmu in Ondo State to Ososo in Edo State to Lagos, from her aunties even to her own parents, the story was the same: “Do not go to school because we can’t afford it”. I used to take the words of motivational speakers with a pinch of salt for the simple reason that, in my opinion, some of them push people to breaking point. … Continue reading Book Review – Become a Boss Faster than you Think by Blessing Otagbo | Book Review by Afeso Akanbi

‘Big-Day Syndrome’ – A Poem by Funmi Adebayo

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The Unprofitable Servant feels grossly disadvantaged Heavily plagued by the ‘Not-Enough-Syndrome’ “I’m not good enough Not rich enough Not connected enough…. This venture doesn’t look profitable enough… So why try?” Thus he scorns his treasures Short-changing his destiny unawares Waiting for… That One BIG Day That GREAT One-Shot That Million-Dollar Deal Ever wondering why it’s soooo late in… Continue reading ‘Big-Day Syndrome’ – A Poem by Funmi Adebayo

“My vision is the complete defeat of terrorism in Northern Nigeria”, Chineye Ochem – author, Our Land is Red

In our country today, it is not uncommon for brilliant professionals to openly express their convictions and opinions about vital issues affecting the society. Areas of interest include politics, entertainment, crime, feminism, gender inequality and the likes. There are no holds bared as courageous Nigerian speak out against rape, pedophilia, racism, injustice, corruption, terrorism and other ills of our society. Sadly however, very few flesh … Continue reading “My vision is the complete defeat of terrorism in Northern Nigeria”, Chineye Ochem – author, Our Land is Red

Literary Vibes: The Betrayal by Magnus Ekpiken goes LIVE on Amazon…

The Kindle version of The Betrayal, a collection of short stories by Magnus Ekpiken, recently released on Okadabooks, Bambooks and other online books stores is now LIVE on Amazon. About The Betrayal Title: The BetrayalAuthor: Magnus EkpikenPublished by: Delta Publications (Nigeria) LimitedISBN: 978-2335-50-0Media Type: Paperback and e-copyBook Cover Art/ Design: Hoopla HiveBook Marketing/ Campaigns: Hoopla Hive The Betrayal is a collection of six well-crafted short … Continue reading Literary Vibes: The Betrayal by Magnus Ekpiken goes LIVE on Amazon…

Fiction Fiesta: Hacked by herdsmen… – Chineye Ochem

our land is red filled with the blood of its citizens how long will we continue in silence, waking daily to the massacre of our families? two hundred today, five hundred tomorrow children, parents and even the unborn how long will we continue to pray feeling helpless, hopeless and depressed? our grasses and farmlands, formerly green are now watered with the blood of their owners … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Hacked by herdsmen… – Chineye Ochem

Fiction Fiesta: This Way, to Dreamland (1) by Chuks Obinna

I saw the fear in her eyes when she ran up to me and held my arms tight. I had no idea who she was, I’d just come to fetch water by the public tap – and I hated this because the tap was in the middle of a large compound and people always sat around that area, as if their business in life was … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: This Way, to Dreamland (1) by Chuks Obinna

The Fertile Chick emerges Bambooks’ Best Selling Author for Q1, with N1m+ Payout

The Fertile Chick has emerged the bestselling author for Q1 2020 on Nigeria’s leading ebook rental platform, Bambooks with a payout of over a million naira. According to a statement released by Bambooks recently, she is also the first author to hit a million naira in payout, making her the best selling author ever on the Bambooks platform. View this post on Instagram Congratulations to … Continue reading The Fertile Chick emerges Bambooks’ Best Selling Author for Q1, with N1m+ Payout

Fiction Fiesta: The Curfew by Magnus Ekpiken

Although he was third in the line, the food-seller noticed him. Realizing that he could be a potential big customer, she beckoned him over. “Welcome, sir. Tell me wetin you go chop. Dem go bring am come give you.” “Thank you, madam.” Jeremiah placed his order and the woman knew she had not made a mistake. Her eyes gleamed as she watched Jeremiah walk up … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: The Curfew by Magnus Ekpiken