Sunday, August 18, 2019

Basis of writing: the four principles of Forster in half of...

The 20th century classic of E. M. Forster titled Aspects of the Novel tells a four principled analysis to writing, and for the purpose of...





Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s autobiographical debut, Farming, trolls with raw emotion

Farming is a true story told with raw emotion and lurid violence, it vents into the elements of the actor’s life story bringing to light a disturbing, eye-opening coming of age drama. The story focuses on the practice that existed between the 1960s and the 1980s, when thousands of Nigerian children were fostered to white working class families in the UK, a process known as “ farming”.

Kay Oyegun to script Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone

The Fox/Disney acquisition of the epic fantasy film based on the bestselling novel by Nigerian-American author Tomi Adeyemi is set to be scripted by This Is Us writer Kay Oyegun

Uchenna feels a breathe of fresh air in Nnaji’s Lionheart

"What I love most about Lionheart is that it is not a sell out."


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Book Review! On Becoming… by Toke Makinwa

This silver-tongued tale about the author, which she tells by herself opens up with a devastating confession, and the difficulty accepting a deed in...

The portrait of a man we raise but do not want

Male masculinity is a topic that raises eyebrows because of it's perceived oddity. A topic that demands lots of courage to be talked about. However,...

One good thing being African

Step out to an occasion and you'd be glad if you had that intricately designed piece of Miriam Makebe or the Addis-ababa, because they...


The Balcony of Frozen Tears EP. 1

Dear Diary, 1st December, 1995 So it has been like what five years that I penned this down? Five since I saw your smile. That one...

And I fell in love