Chioma and Her Ugly StepMother (Chapter 2)

Chioma and Her Ugly StepMother

By: Ben Akponine – Samuel Chapter 2 The following day, in the kitchen, Ngozi had thrown out a dirty slap across Chioma’s face for carelessly sprinkling water on the floor while she was doing the dishes. “How many times do I have to tell u not to let water drop on the tiles. Do you want to cause problem? Don’t you know somebody can sleep and fall dangerously? Why are so deliberately wicked?” Ngozi raved. Chioma was stunned as she nursed her face that had quickly welted. Her father came…

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The Brilliant Boy and His Jealous Sister Chapter (1)

The Brilliant Boy and His Jealous Sister

By Japheth Prosper Chapter (One) My name is Jafaru and I am in Primary Four. My greatest phobia is basically on slimy things. I hate anything that was sticky and slimy. For this reasons, I hate to eat anything that is clammy in nature. Hence, you probably will not find me eating okra soup or any other kind of food that is slimy. One person who knows this very well is my elder sister, Aisha. She knows how I hate with so much passion anything that is sticky. Aisha is…

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Chioma and Her Ugly StepMother (Chapter 1)

Chioma and Her Ugly StepMother

By: Ben Akponine-Samuel. Chioma ran away from home and nobody knew where she had run to. Chioma’s father had been very worried but his wife, Ngozi whom the girl had run away from told him not to worry because she would return. Chioma was only fifteen years old and her father thought she was too young to run away from home. He feared that she would run into danger. Ngozi had sent the girl on an errand to the market and had told her to be back within fifteen minutes…

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RED MOON (Chapter 3)

RED MOON

By: Elizabeth Kelly “How did your first night go with the baby?” Avery gave Maya a tired smile. They were sitting on the soft grass close to the water’s edge,and she lifted her face to the sun. The days were growing cooler,but it still felt good to be in the outdoors. They had bathed in the lake and washed their clothing, and Avery couldn’t get over how much better she felt after having her long hair and body scrubbed clean for the first time in months. “He has a fever.…

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RED MOON (Chapter 2)

RED MOON

By Elizabeth Kelly Chapter Two “What on the gods’ earth were you thinking, Tristan?” Marshall frowned at him as he clucked loudly to the horses. The wagon started with a jolt and Marshall slapped the reins gently on the horses’ backs, encouraging them to move faster. They pulled onto the dusty road, the wagon creaking and groaning as they drove toward their camp. “What do you mean?” Tristan asked. “The Red? Are you deliberately trying to curse us?” “That’s nothing more than an old wives’ tale, Marshall,” Tristan scoffed derisively.…

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