Edum was making burnt bricks for a new family house. His lifelong friends: Ato Imea, Otei Igodo, Osai Epele, and Okei Adumei, were helping him. Edum had given them a one week notice of his need of their assistance, and they were all too happy to help out, as Edum had been a true brother … Continue reading The Court And Palace Of A King.
Two youngsters went out to check out their fish traps. The older of the two, Kolo Igodo, eleven years, had borrowed his father’s canoe. His companion, Odema Okula, nine years, had taken a wicker basket along with him. Odema sat astern, on the steering platform to control the direction of the canoe as they paddled … Continue reading Lost In The Storm
Five years earlier, Adiele thought he could make friends with Jim so they could spend time talking computers and well development, but he found out that Jim was not the one that dwelt on small talk. The man was in a world of his own, developing programs that could detect oil where they were, and … Continue reading The Hydrogen Effect – 1.2
I think I have done enough editing to send this to the editor for polishing. Finished two chapters. Twenty six more to go. Will love your critical eye on what is going on here, and thanks for your contributions. I will accept your uncompromising criticism in good faith, expecting to improve on what I am … Continue reading The Hydrogen Effect – 1.1
Again, this post is to seek your input and critical eye on what could be wrong with this work. At best a smile for what is being done. But say it like it is. I have thick skin. ——- At thirty five years of age, Benjamin Oknan of Bulgarian Driscow Helicopters was not married, … Continue reading Gods of the Land 2
These are drafts of the first chapter of my novel, Gods Of The Land. I have done seven chapters already, but I do not have much time to devote to writing. I am going at it one paragraph at a time, and I believe I will get there soon. This post is to seek your … Continue reading Gods Of the Land 1
The hooting of the owl and the cackle of the hyena were signals that they were in the far forest, off the arena of human presence. In here, nature was at its best, providing a level playing field for all and sundry, and proving the popular axiom of survival of the fittest correct. As if … Continue reading A Night To Remember