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Writing and the Inconsequential Fraud

Writing and the Inconsequential Fraud

Every writer, I hear, gets to feel very much like a fraud now and then, that feeling of inadequacy, of pretending to be something he/she has little if no right to assume. Well, this is something I feel very much right now and by putting pen to paper, or more realistically, putting finger to key … Continue reading Writing and the Inconsequential Fraud

Are online courses helpful for writing?

Are online courses helpful for writing?

Hello Myne, I’m a fan of your blog and your writing. Lately, I realise I have many ideas that I’d like to write down but can’t seem to be articulate. I remember a previous post in which you mentioned that you took free writing lessons. Could you please recommend any online programme? Many thanks, _________________ … Continue reading Are online courses helpful for writing?

Authorhouse will publish my books without reading?

Authorhouse will publish my books without reading?

So I often receive emails from various people. Some of the mails are just to say congrats, ask where they can get my books, and so on. But a lot of the emails are usually asking about blogging or self-publishing, and I have decided to start a series here and share some of these information. … Continue reading Authorhouse will publish my books without reading?

The African Muse Seeks Contributors

The African Muse Seeks Contributors

Seeking writing and photography contributors to cover the African arts scene–film, literature, dance, music, culture–for The African Muse. The African Muse features the best original thought on African culture, art, and artists for international patrons and creative practitioners. Supporting the work of fine artists and entrepreneurs, TAM incites a cross-cultural dialogue that challenges conventional notions … Continue reading The African Muse Seeks Contributors

Social Media and the future of books in Nigeria – Myne Whitman

Social Media and the future of books in Nigeria – Myne Whitman

First Published in the Vanguard Newspapers, Sunday May 15, 2011. As the Nigerian International Book Fair began in Lagos, Nigerian born but United States of America based writer and book promoter discusses how the new forms of social media can help to drive the future of book culture, market and promotion. The Nigerian International Book … Continue reading Social Media and the future of books in Nigeria – Myne Whitman

Is Writing Still Relevant???

Is Writing Still Relevant???

Writing is an essential part of human interaction and existence; it is an important tool for sustaining the heritage and soul of any particular group of people. Writing means different things to different people; it is appreciated at various levels and interpreted in various ways; to some it is an art, to some it is … Continue reading Is Writing Still Relevant???

Coat The Woman In Colours…

Coat The Woman In Colours…

As writers description is one art we need to cultivate and colours are a great tool to use for description, i just thought to play with colours and ended up putting this write-up together. Have a pleasant read.   Sweet  vibrant colours that’s what I will coat the woman in, the Pale Pink which dots … Continue reading Coat The Woman In Colours…