Happy World Read Aloud Day! Exciting times are upon us as we introduce The Author’s Literary Essentials (ALE), a publication designed to address building a digital footprint for the literary mind. It is a literary journey of discovery, our very own space to network, promote and appreciate literary work. It is dedicated to all the… Read More There’s A New Literary Magazine On The Block!
When I was growing up, I recall some very interesting corrective measures my mum used in those days. She could flog, beat, delay your meal or deny you some special offers given to other siblings just to drive home her message that you have committed a crime and ensure you remain on the right part… Read More Discipline: Then VS Now
Firstly, before I start this post I would like to alert you that it is going to be centered on humor because over the years I have discovered that humor is one of my recipes and it helps me retain my sanity when things are getting out of hand. Secondly, I would love to make… Read More On Parenting : Onyinye’s Take
I like to think I had the best childhood, mainly because of the gift of community. Ours was a time when you would break the rules at the neighbours and get disciplined by the neighbours, try that now and you get sued or thrown in jail. We were each other’s keeper. Another thing that made… Read More On Parenting : Tikia’s Take
I’m an African but… Let’s serve faces (19 Feb 2021) It’s been a few weeks since we concluded the ten-episode series on “I’m an African but…” blog chain initiated by Valentine Makoni and Bolaji Gelax where we had ten young Africans from at least six different countries (Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Swaziland, Uganda, Lesotho and Kenya) share… Read More I Am African But… Let’s Serve Faces!
Last week while scrolling on my twitter TL I came across a book giveaway and me being me I entered. February is the month of love. In honor of love. I will be giving out a copy of my book to one reader. All you have to do is comment with a red heart ❤️… Read More I Before We: A Book Review