It was during medical board exams I realised it was possible to write two long essays simultaneously. Ten minutes before final submission, I had three blank booklets before me! That moment must have been my biggest moment of clarity.
(*flash fiction inspired by J.D Salinger’s “Catcher in the Rye”*) I know you would like to read about how my day started, and how it went, and what I ate, and if I’m fine, and what I did, and all that boyfriend-girlfriend kind of crap. I feel pretty lazy for all that now. Just fill […]
“In life, there is often enough time. What we humans mostly lack is discipline in managing our time.” I said these words to a friend. In 18 months’ time, I want to look back and confirm these words as true from personal experience. I want to be able to empirically ascertain that these words are […]
PREFACE Finally, the much anticipated e-book is here. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my heartfelt delight to present to you “Naija Campus Tales” by Omoya Yinka Simult. You can download it at no cost. Enjoy Campus Tales 4! *** When I left for the restaurant at the Faculty of Education on Friday morning, I […]
FOREWORD Yippee! Campus Tales is here again! This is the second installment out of a series of four. Now, don’t frown; you already know every of my series comes in fours. So, I was telling you about the anticipated electronic chapbook yesterday. Like I said, it will be published in a couple of days on […]
Let me tell you how it all began. It was not a particularly bright day, when one had the sun shining overhead in its brilliant glory. There were no colourful petals or variegated flowers around, neither did I catch a glimpse of the rainbow traversing the cloud in its resplendence. See, on the day I […]
FOREWORD: This is a true life account, and not a work of fiction. It chronicles a momentous event in the writer’s formative years. The writer admits this is easily the most personal writing he has made, but he is comfortable with publishing it nevertheless. He believes it is only fine to start penning one’s memoir […]
FOREWORD: Sometimes, we ought to look into our lives, search our minds and remember how we met those precious ones who have made our lives worthwhile and colourful. Sometimes, we have to do more than mere remembrance, by immortalizing the exciting memories in words, in actions, and through mementoes. This is one of such. I […]