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Not sex, not arguments, no complaints, just talk!

Maybe all your marriage need is for you two to talk; not sex, not arguments, no complaints, just talk! “We need to talk” he texted his wife. She wondered what was wrong, men rarely use that “We need to talk” line. “Is everything alright?” she asked. “Let’s talk when we get home” he texted back.…
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Nigeria is not the best country, but it is a good one

If you don’t know how you are blessed, you will think your father’s farm is worse than your friend’s father’s farm. Do not be deceived, Nigeria is not the best country but it is a good one. $1 is #500 and so what? Let me elucidate from my little experience. Can anyone in the USA…
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Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I)

Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I: Compendium). You are reading Episode I (Part I) of Every MAN is a product of FATE LOVE your work or leave it alone. You are setting up yourself for a nervous breakdown or heart attack if you continue to work at a job you hate and…
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This hood called adulthood

‘This hood called adulthood’ is a poetry about growing to become an adult. The poet believes this is the last and final stage of every man. He pointed out the every child desire to become an adult not understanding the implications within. It doesn’t add up How I became an adult Without my profound consent…
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Kismet: Every MAN is a product of FATE

Kismet: Every MAN is a product of FATE. An introduction to a nearly true life story written by Victor Eshameh in the year 2009. Helen Keller once said, ‘life is either a daring adventure or nothing. To keep our fate towards change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable.’ …
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EMBER SEASON: Three literature series to kick off this month

It is the beginning of the 1st month in the EMBER season and, we are so excited. We started this year with so much energy and, despite the pandemic, we will only get stronger. That is why we remain committed to delighting you with quality contents from our creative writers. Earlier in July, we announced…
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25 Lessons I Learned from 25 Years as a Freelance Writer – Steve Slaunwhite

This month, I celebrated 25 years as a self-employed copywriter (slash consultant, slash trainer, slash other vocations I’ve tried!) So, I thought it would be interesting to list all I’ve learned about being a successful freelancer and share that with you. 1. Don’t be a low-end service provider. Offer a premium service; something you can…
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No more tears – Barbra Streisand, Donna Summer

No More Tears, a song by Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer was released in late 1979. The song was written by ‎Paul Jabara‎; ‎Bruce Roberts painted heartbreak in the best way possible. No More Tears expresses how tiring a relationship could become and what next to do when there is nothing else to do.  Read the…
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Consider this truth while aspiring to become successful

Don’t try to be like a successful person. Grow your own kind of successful personality. The rich creates their need and makes it your want. The rich needed fast cars, to help them save time on the road, but that has been your want today. Taking or following the steps of an already made man…
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5 awkward but meaningful African proverbs

Many of African’s literary works are filled with fearful grammars that at first sight seem awkward. Take for instance; the literary works of Professor Wole Soyinka needs your uninterrupted concentration and calmness to assimilate his words. The same can be said of some African proverbs. Hearing or reading about them might at first sound crazy…
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7 African proverbs that will sink your worries.

Are you worried and heavy hearted? You might be passing through life’s tough and critical condition, these African proverbs can help. 7 African proverbs that will sink your worries The moon moves slowly but by day break, it has crossed the sky. Meaning: Regardless of how slow your success and achievements are, keep working, one…
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5 African proverbs about birds that explain life issues

African’s literary prowess has over time birthed sensitive proverbs that takes it bearing from nature to explain or correct life issues. Here are 5 of such African proverbs about birds that explain life issues: An eagle doesn’t go to the market place for nothing neither does a rabbit run in the day time for nothing.…
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The Races of Africa

The two main races inhabiting Africa in early times were the Berbers of the Mediterranean coastlands and the Negroes of equatorial Africa. The Berbers (and the ancient Egyptians) were of Hamitic stock – racially Caucasian, with “European” facial characteristics. The Negroes included the small-statured Pygmies. The pygmies, and a third race – the rather yellow…
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Two Days [Short Story]

When we finally kissed, it was clear that it was our last. His lips pressed gently against mine. I felt that kind of wrenching in my heart, and as I turned and walked the other way, I could hear him packing the picnic back into his basket. It took some effort to shoo away the…
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Stone Monuments: What do you know about Megaliths and Stonehenge?

More than 5000 years ago Europeans were building spectacular stone monuments. Many of these are still standing today, as mysterious relics of a long gone society. These enormous stones are called megaliths, which literally means big stones. Some were set up on their own, others in groups or in circles. Some megaliths marked the burial…
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A Synopsis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Shakespeare’s Hamlet tells the story of the prince’s effort to revenge the murder of his father 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…
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What is the most valuable resource for writers?

“I think the most valuable resource for writing is confidence, since everything from the vagaries of publishing to writing itself can wear you down.” “When you are writing, you are so in your own head that it can be hard to know if the work is brilliant or a failure, but you have to put…
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Lovin the godfather of the streets; a story by K. A. Williams

even the most feared man has his own set of enemies and some closer than expected.

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