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Writitude (2): Matter and Manner of Characters

A character can be defined as a being in a story. But this is only for some of the time. Some other time a character may choose to be a non-being, as in the case of trees and mountains. 618 more words

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Kenechi Uzochukwu apologises: “My article was insensitive and has hurt many”

by Kenechi Uzochukwu

I wish to apologise to those hurt by my recent articles on rape published on Ynaija website. Even though the articles were against rape I admit that it was insensitive and has hurt many. 349 more words


WRITITUDE: The Behavior of a Story and the Attitude of a Writer

There are certain behaviours that are expected from good stories, and there are attitudes that good writers should exhibit. Aside from the great attitudes of arrogance, pride and superiority, a good writer should also exhibit some other qualities. 1,196 more words

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Candid Shot

A door sprang open, swung to the wall and began a slow return journey. Underneath the revealed curtain, two small feet searched for slippers. A little girl emerged and side stepped for the door to close. 630 more words

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Touch of Spite (2)

See, she did not break my heart. I am serious, she didn’t. Yes, I didn’t eat for some days, but that had nothing to do with her. 1,036 more words

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A Touch of Spite (1)

True loves are the ones you reminisce. The kinds you remember with a pang and an ache. They are always in past tense, because you never really know love till you are out of it. 1,476 more words

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If You Must Maintain the Mystery

There is a certain allure that mystery brings to an object, lifting it and enhancing its illusory. To be demystified is not a very friendly affair; it does not encourage awe. 1,485 more words

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