Tag: Story Series

An Emotional Affair – Part One

It was a hot, sunny day in April, and the wind sent a gentle breeze into Lola Adetayo’s small office at Da-Vyne Interiors.  She smiled as it brushed and cooled her warm face.  She was compiling a new catalogue for the company, to showcase their latest collection to their […]

Broken – The Prologue (Uncle Bill)

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Of course, no one knew of our intimate relations. He had been my favourite uncle since I was a little child. I remember that I used to run to him, whenever he visited us from Lagos. He would bring gifts for me and my siblings, and would carry me on his lap to tell us his tales from living in the big city and working as a Teacher at the University of Lagos. Even then, everyone knew I was his favourite.

So the day I stayed home from school, after spraining my ankle…

Read more at https://ufuomaee.blog/2016/08/25/broken-the-prologue/

The God Who Helps Me Write

“If any man speak, [let him speak] as the oracles of God; if any man minister, [let him do it] as of the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever…” […]

Broken – The Preview

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Broken is a story of a love that conquers all, from the author of AN EMOTIONAL AFFAIR and THE CHURCH GIRL story series. Here are a few excerpts:

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It was probably the worst day of my life, the day my Uncle Bill got married. I was just fifteen years old at the time, but knew so much more than my age. Bill had been my initiator into womanhood, and now my teacher in the hard knocks of life. He had not only stolen my virginity; he had also stolen my heart. And now, he was moving on, leaving me to pick up the pieces…

Understanding Emotional Affairs

I recently concluded a two-volume fictional series called An Emotional Affair, to illustrate how easy it is for such a stronghold to take captive a marriage. It was also to illustrate that God is able and willing to deliver us all, and that we must be as gracious […]