How The Choices You Make/Made Affects Your Whole Life…

A man is born into this world by the act of love; he is taken in by the arms of a fellow who cares and nurtures him into life and the issues of life. He is gracefully told what to do and what not to do by a parent and always reminded that a friend... Continue Reading →

What Can I Condone in a Relationship?

The new gist I got from a guy was “I am not a player, am just not a lover”- what did he mean by that? I asked. He said and I quote “I am not playing/cheating on a girl if I am not in love with her, I will only stay faithful if I love... Continue Reading →

Telling Your Parents About Your Relationships…

Introducing our partners to our parents always seem like a hardest task in our relationships to do, it seems like the part of the relationship we think would put us in a tight corner but just like the icing on the cake, it becomes necessary when the next level is inevitable or we become conclusive... Continue Reading →

“HALF OF A YELLOW SUN” TRAILER

As reported earlier, Biyi Bandele's Half Of A Yellow Sun - a film adaptation of celebrated author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Orange Prize-winning novel of the same name - will make its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. The long-awaited, much-anticipated film adaptation, Bandele's feature film directorial debut, stars Thandie Newton, John Boyega, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anika Noni Rose, Joseph Mawle and Genevieve Nnaji.  Described as an epic love story, here's the official... Continue Reading →

Chimamanda Receives Award For Americanah

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s third novel "AMERICANAH" has been awarded the 2013 Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize for fiction. The Heartland Prize is a literary prize created in 1988 by the Chicago Tribune Newspaper. According to Elizabeth Taylor, the literary editor of the Chicago Tribune, the prize is awarded yearly in two categories, fiction and non-fiction, to... Continue Reading →

Nigeria’s Tope Folarin Bags The 2013 Caine Prize Awards

Nigeria’s Tope Folarin has won the 2013 Caine Prize for African Writing. The winning short story is entitled ‘Miracle’ from Transition, Issue 109 (Bloomington, 2012). The Chair of Judges, Gus Casely-Hayford, announced Tope Folarin as the winner of the £10,000 prize at a dinner held this evening (Monday, 8 July) at the Bodleian Library in... Continue Reading →

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