@kiah: I certainly hope you have not misconstrued my intention at the “bar you have set”?
I was only curious to read more of your works to see if I will come to the same conclusion as the people who thought […]
@kiah: My first reaction to this as a read the last line of this piece was “Whao!!!” Never mind that someone already said that about this.
Dogs will always be dogs, trained or not. Human too, will always be […]
@kiah , @nicolebassey… I just came across your exchange and I see it just as what it is, ladies’ squabble. Tempers shouldn’t flare here. A reader is entitle to his/her opinion of a work. The writer should take […]
@kiah… Honestly this is the first work of yours that I felt was rushed, perhaps ill conceived. Your usual classy touch is evident. But for the bars u have raised, this one falls a little short. My opinion, strictly.
@kiah, what kind of rational African male will agree to his son being fathered by another man? Ordinarily, a man would insist on keeping the boy, since he is privy to the subterfuge displayed above. enlighten me […]
@Kiah: I’m sorry I went all kaboom on you. No writer would shake your hands if you tag his imaginations ‘ludicrous’, just so you know, I might not write as well as you do, but i’ll certainly never outrightly […]
@Kiah: Imagination is a gift bestowed upon a few. I do not envy you the dearth of yours. Do you know what really suprises me about so called ‘writers’? Most do not even understand what it means to CONSTRUCTIVELY […]
I LOVE THIS!
Hope this is not the end o. @francis kids can drink goat milk. I know it wasn’t my question.
Em @Kiah why didn’t Tundun’s milk flow now? I hope you are not trying to attribute to the fact that the […]