Author : Akínjídé Akíntayo

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Today’s Prompt is under the action genre, let’s see you kill it. Situation: Character wakes in a cave.  Detail: He has a USB drive hidden in the sole of his feet. Complication: His arm is broken.   Objective: He’s a hitman. He must finish what he started. Drop a snippet in the comment ..

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During Rainy Period in a poor character houses and area Sight Greyness of the sky, water splashing from roof  Leaky roofs for some  People running to pack their clothes and foodstuffs  People pouring dirt from dustbins into drainages Women and children scrambling about to drop buckets and big bowl under roofs  Fallen soaked clothes Arrow-like ..

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Searching For Hope By:  Akíntayo Akínjídé  Cast your vote here: http://imbube.org/contestants/searching-for-hope/ Grace Ademola was searching for hope and the only place she was sure she could find it was in death. One problem with her was that she wasn’t one that conformed with the ways of others. So, she couldn’t die the same ways others ..

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Missed any part, visit @woliagba_ayoajewole or our website(for the written version) As Dara made his way to the front, the Pastor, whose preaching was dull, who prompted the whole problem came around, pushing Dara aside. Woli Agba was surprised. ‘Pastor what happened?’ Dele also surprised said, ‘ you returned, sir?’ The angry Pastor slammed his ..

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High Cost Estate Sound Day Mothers calling children to hurry for school, cars driving noiselessly through street, bikes coming in once-in-a-while, early morning music, dogs barking. Few intruders in the afternoon, cars cruising, occasional noises from children Night Music blasting, faint voices of people arguing, Occasional noises, early silence in the night, car driving in ..

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Last time, we made you understand that when exploring a theme in a story you need to fully expand it.  However, you can’t fully explain it without knowing what to have a sort of checklists for this theme. Although it is not compulsory for you to fully explore all these in your story. Yet, using this would ..

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We stared at the torrents of rain as we waited in the uncompleted building. I held my elder sister’s(Jade’s) hand. She in turn touched Olawale’s, Our elder brother’s, hand, but he drew it away. At that moment, my concern was how our mother would tear them to pieces for taking me, a five-year old, on ..

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Continued from Last week, with @woliagba_ayoajewole for more. ‘ Anything… You don’t know what you’re saying’, Woli Agba shouted at Dele. ‘ I said Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the bible’. He flipped through the bible vigorously, ‘ See…See’. Infuriated by Woli Agba’s opposition, Dele cried, ‘ Daddy, I know what I’m saying ..

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These book is an anthology of different Nairaland Authors who competed in a competed in Nairaland Writing competition You can download them in different format. Please I’m really begging for reviews.. Lol . But please drop it there. Okadabooks:  Download Here Smashwords:  PDF: Download Here Epub: Download Here To read online:&nbsp..

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Woli Agba Chronicles No Dull Service..(2) If you missed part 1, visit @woliagba_ayoajewole. After what seemed like a dull service in episode 1. The episode began with Woli Agba and Dele trying to ease themselves of the tiredness that had enveloped the church. They engaged themselves in exercises that would aid that. Afterwards, Woli Agba ..

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Last week started the top ten books on Okadabooks and here is this week’s own. 1.  Last week’s number 2 moves to the first position this week. Author: Tunde Leye  Price: ₦ 100  Description: It doesn’t actually take as much as most people think it takes to fall in love. I was twenty seven and not so fresh ..

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Writerprof, a writer, wrote this as a comment to the Nairaland version of my post about theme, , and has given me the permission to post it here.. Themes are embedded in a work of literature by the writer while the readers are free to read in between the lines of a story to bring out more themes. ..

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