Book Review, Literature

Do you have this love lexicon?

ARE YOU IN LOVE OR PLANNING TO FALL IN LOVE? This comprehensive guide will teach you how to identify the right love for you and your children. The VOICES Journal: The Journal of Emotions and Motion is a biannual journal. The first edition for 2019, is a collection of articles and literature edited by staffs… Continue reading Do you have this love lexicon?

Book Review, Literature

Michelle Obama Quotes

From helping Barack win the 2008 presidential election, to the early years in the White House, through the 2012 election and her post-White House life, Michelle Obama’s words have inspired Americans nationwide. Although some of the quotes attributed to her that grace Pinterest boards and Instagram posts came from words she spoke, others are written… Continue reading Michelle Obama Quotes

Picture from the play Shakespeare's Hamlet
Book Review, Literature

A Synopsis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Hamlet was written about 1601 and first printed in 1603, is perhaps Shakespeare’s most famous play. It exceeds by far most other tragedies of revenge in the power of its ethical and psychological imagining. The play is based on the story of Amleth, a 9th-century Danish prince, which Shakespeare encountered in a 16th-century French account… Continue reading A Synopsis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Book Review, Literature

K. A. Williams is cooking up something and here is a taste of it

One minute Hazel was looking in the mirror then the next she was slapped so hard across the face, all she was able to see was the red of the afterlight of staring into the mirror.

On Tenterhooks by Victor Eshameh
Book Review, Literature, Poetry, Poetry Collection

On Tenterhooks (Poetry)

It is much easier not to read the lines of this chapbook than to read it. Because what you find in here might melt your heart away. Actually, On Tenterhooks was created for this. It tells the story of life and love from the scratch through the kismet and the journey of a teenager. On… Continue reading On Tenterhooks (Poetry)

SWEET TASTE OF SHAME
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SWEET TASTE OF SHAME

SWEET TASTE OF SHAME was written by Elaigwu Ameh Sweet taste of shame is a play fashioned around teenage pregnancy and abuse of female children. The author using a particular lead character, Ene, was able to expose the fiery fire endured by female children who unfortunately find themselves with a bump of shame (pregnancy). He… Continue reading SWEET TASTE OF SHAME