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THE RUNAWAY by Uche Balogun (late submission)

Obafemi stormed out of the office building, towards the parking lot. He'd had yet another disagreement with the management, and he couldn't stand to be there a moment longer. The sky looked exactly the way he felt; dark, stormy, and ready to burst. "I can't wait for my contract to run out", he mumbled under… Continue reading THE RUNAWAY by Uche Balogun (late submission)

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MOTIVATIONAL, VIEWS AND OPINIONS

6 WAYS OF KEEPING UP WITH YOUR DAILY WORDCOUNT (NUMBER 7 IS A BONUS).

It's hard to get anything done between ones 9 to 5 job, crazy traffic and stressful deadlines. But, for the love of what you do, you must keep that passion alive and get it done. It's time to get back to Writing and keep at it.

CONTEST, SHORT STORY

#DARK LAGOS by Princess Amarachukwu

The steady patter of raindrops on the floor brought me back from the dreamland. I had been in the village ever since and I didn’t have an idea of what the city looked like. Kaleed always appeared big whenever he returned from the city, this present look of his prompted my aged mother to force… Continue reading #DARK LAGOS by Princess Amarachukwu

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LONELY TEARS by Olaniyi Bada

I tried to shout but he held me on the neck with one hand and used the other hand to pull up my skirt.With the little strength I had in me,I kicked and punched him but he was unperturbed, he was breathing heavily with a strong alcoholic smell oozing out of his mouth. The tip… Continue reading LONELY TEARS by Olaniyi Bada

CONTEST, SHORT STORY

A TERRORIST ATTACK by Julie Onoh

Boom! The asbestos from one part of our partitioned ceiling fell onto the floor in a pillow of dust. I and my mother stared at the rafters in confusion when another resounding boom came, this time louder than thunder. The house shook. I ran out smack into my neighbor. "Dem say plane don crash for… Continue reading A TERRORIST ATTACK by Julie Onoh

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HOMEGOING by Kunmi Olamiju

At night, many in the city never truly sleep. In fact, there are those who are most awake at this time when the land takes on a shade similar to the hue of their hearts. They roam wide engaging in activities unfit for the light of day. There are others still, who find themselves hunted… Continue reading HOMEGOING by Kunmi Olamiju