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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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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 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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Naming your characters can be a difficult task. At times, many people mix up the names of their characters all in a bid to pick the best. And in doing that, so many people delve into the errors of forgetting to correct these names. At Writertain, we make it our business to enlighten you on ..

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To go traditional in book publishing is something you should strive for, especially if you don’t have the chance to be so involved in the processes of Self-publishing. More so, if you publish with the right company, traditional publishing pays a lot.  This article would focus on one of the Leading Trado-publisher in Nigeria, Farafina ..

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