23 May, 2024

Learning to Un-Worry, On Reading Dale Carnegie’s “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living”.

Until very recently, I didn’t know how to stop worrying. I worry about everything I can think up. I refreshed my email so many times a day that if it, my email, had a kind of hand, it would have run a fist into my face for not letting it rest. I worried about the […]

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Musih Tedji Xavière’s Fabiola as a Bildungsroman in Progress: A Review By Eric Ngea Ntam (PhD)

Book title: Fabiola Author: Musih Tedji Xaviere Publisher: Maryland Printers, Bamenda Year published: 2017 Number of pages: 221 Where I got it: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073WY8XCH              https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/xaviere Why I read it: I was intrigued by the idea of reading an African YA novel When I read it: 2017 Review written by:  Eric Ngea Ntam (PhD)   The […]

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Recommended Short Stories You Can Read Online. This Edition Features Stories by Howard B. Maximus, Ope Adedeji and Tochukwu Okafor.

A Review of Some of the Best Short Stories by Africans available online. The one thing that makes a short story good is what it makes you feel after you have read that last sentence. But there are other things—the freshness of the story (nobody wants the same old stories), the finesse of the prose […]

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Social Representation in Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac

Cyrano de Bergerac is a French play written by Edmond Rostand in 1897. It tells the story of Cyrano de Bergerac, a clever and talented cadet with an unfortunately large nose. This insecurity of his prevents him from confessing his love for his beautiful cousin, Roxane. Instead, he romances her through a proxy; he helps […]

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The Beautiful Colours Of Pleasure Out Of Wedlock: A Review Of Ololade Akinlabi Ige’s Book, After One.

TITLE: AFTER ONE AUTHOR: Ololade Akinlabi Ige GENRE: Fiction OF PAGES: 30 YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2019 ISBN: NIL PUBLISHER:  The Poetician Inc. REVIEWER: John Chizoba Vincent   In this expressive book: After One, Ololade Akinlabi Ige tells a story of lust and pleasure, the consequences of illegitimate pregnancies, relationships and pretense. And he achieves this […]

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Earn Up To $250 For Writing Reviews for Cracked Magazine

Cracked is currently accepting  list-styled, funny articles and reviews about feature films, movies, books, gaming, pop culture, and so on. Here’s what their press release says, If you want to get paid to write the list-style feature articles that Cracked.com is famous for (like 26 Sexy Halloween Costumes That Shouldn’t Exist, 6 Books Everyone (Including […]

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Book Review/ Being The Boy In “A Boy’s Tears On Earth’s Tongue”

Title: A Boy’s Tears On Earth’s Tongue Author’s name: Ridwan Ishola Olorunloba Length: 46 pages Genre:  Poetry Publisher / Year:  WRR Publishers Ltd. / 2019 Source (Where I got the book):    Word Rhythm and Rhyme (wrr.com.ng) Why I Read It: I read for the fun of reading and for reviewing purpose. And knowledge Date Read: […]

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