This is for those who keep following the fictional lives of these star-crossed characters. Thank you for your continuous readership. If Amma and Daniel could talk, they would say more than all I could say. Here is the following episode. Enjoy!
I hate comfort zone. I do. But it's so comfortable. But it is a curse in a disguise of contentment. I don't want to remain at one point for the rest of my life, no natter how comfortable it feels. I don't want to settle. This is one of my biggest fears by the way,... Continue Reading →
Who else remembers this song ''Count your blessings, name them one by one ...''? I thought about this song when the worrisome feeling drained my morale last August. Read on to know all about the little victories and defeats I have faced.
In this post, I think I wrote about my obsession with imagination. Well, what if this is the side effect of it? Read on to judge this by yourself.
MEMORIES (AMMA) If there was a right word to describe what Amma went through with Daniel, it would be strange. The experience was really thrilling; talking to someone new and not getting beaten or slapped or yelled at before ending the conversation, it was really different and for the first time in her life, she... Continue Reading →
Deeply sorry for the long pause, things have been so slow down here. Here is a continuation on the fiction series. Muse and Memories. If it's your first time, welcome! Check out the previous episodes below. MUSE - DANIEL She looks up and sights me. Her face is filled with fury. I wish she didn’t... Continue Reading →
NOT YOUNG TO RUN BUT NOT READY TO RUN The not too young to run bill was passed recently by the Senate,the bill which allows young Nigerians to contest for political positions in the country is a welcome idea as it seeks to allow us give our youth a chance to make Nigeria great again. ... Continue Reading →
How hard can it be to find love and make it work especially when an issue like religion or ethnicity is getting in the way? Should it even matter? Just like race is a big deal in America, ethnicity is a big deal in Nigeria. I know a lot of people have been breaking that... Continue Reading →
I think it is high time I shared this post, don't you think? I have been stalling this because I felt ''who cares?'' Yes, Susanah is my first name. This is a funny way to start this list but I had to because I get this a lot. Many people naturally assume 'Susanah' is a... Continue Reading →