My Blogovel

Calabar Style
Calabar Style
Hitting the ground for a wife - Lagos Style
Hitting the ground for a wife - Lagos Style

I begin a creative way of telling the story of my growing up in the cities of Calabar and Lagos. When we look back to where we’ve all come from, you discover how much your environment has had an immense impact on you and your deportment. On my part, being a very inquisitive young man, you can imagine how deeply etched are the colours of these cities on the social fabric I have often tried to weave. Most times I deny their hold on me, but unbeknownst to me I spurt out evidences to the contrary. This will be an interesting tale laced together by topical issues that forms a basis to tell a story that we can all learn from.

The purpose of this is to ultimately publish a unique kind novel in which commentaries from this blogovel will be used to create an interesting interactive reading experience, accompanied by exciting graphics that bring the texts to life. Well…this is for your reading pleasure and for your honest comments and contribution. Names of course will be fictional, and certain stories will be tweaked, else someone close who may be reading will know what I’m talking about. It is important I do this, else you may soon hear that I was waylaid due to implicating someone…ha ha ha. In any case we know how the roll goes, so I will keep it devoid of personal references so as to retain its objectivity.

Cheers y’all.

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  1. Hi.i enjoy ur site and i’ll definetely come back. You cpuld checkout my new blog: talkfreak.wordpress.com

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