In fiction writing, adverbs are bad word choice. The more the number of adverbs a writing contains, the poorer the writing gets. But why are there such things as adverbs … Continue Reading Why You Should Avoid Adverbs In Your Fiction | Golspen
A smoker lit his cigarrete and Eno began to run away to saftey, the filling station would soon blow up but his two sons thought he was overreacting.
It was a cool evening on 5th October, the same week Nigeria got her independence and transition spirit filled every street of Aba. Helen’s twenty-first birthday was on the way, … Continue Reading Cast Away
The windstorm increased its velocity and in seconds they hovered above the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. It steadied itself on the wet sandy beach, a few centimetres from the … Continue Reading Odd Fate #3
Every story has a beginning, middle and end. The easiest part to write is the beginning, followed by the end. You get seriously bored with writing your story somewhere around … Continue Reading What Do You Do When Writing Boredom Hits?