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Press release Writer and spoken word poet William Ifeanyi Moore releases debut novel, Lonely Roads. Afam Udema is an outcast in 19th century Aboh seeking escape from loneliness in a relationship with the daughter of a rich slave merchant.... Read More
Dearest Elsians, I have some good news and some bad news…the good news is that Lonely Roads has been accepted for publication and should be available for purchase sometime in October if all goes well with the publishing house. The bad news is... Read More
Previous chapters Onu stood in what appeared to be the centre of the crowd. People stared fixatedly in absolute suspense and amazement. Each time her mouth opened and closed as she tried to voice words that escaped her, the people watched, willing her... Read More
Previous Chapters The day Adaobi most dreaded finally arrived. It was a day most women wished to be the most memorable day of their life, a day that was supposed to mark two people’s love for one another. It was Adaobi’s wedding day. The wedding... Read More
Previous chapters Days passed and took with them the last of Afam’s hope. At this point he truly believed that death was the only way out. The suffering he felt stretched seconds into minutes, minutes into hours, and hours into lifetimes. He was too... Read More
Previous chapter When Onwa spoke to the witnesses after he dismissed his family he warned them about sharing what they knew, even though he knew that wasn’t going to be a problem. Neither of the witnesses would make it to sunrise. It pained Onwa... Read More
Previous episode Afam crawled his way up the deck feeling weaker than he could ever remember. Sleepless nights, little food, bad air, and a whole lot of scars were taking their toll on him. He walked up to the top deck feeling so lightheaded he... Read More
CLICK HERE FOR PREVIOUS CHAPTER The next morning came with a deadly mixture of fear and anxiety for Adaobi. She had gone over the plan so much in her sleep that she even dreamt of it. Now it was so deeply embedded in her memory that she knew every... Read More
Previous Episode Adaobi didn’t know what exactly it was about her mother’s presence that brought her some calm, but it felt so good she never wanted her to leave. There was something reassuring in the tone she spoke with. It suggested that she had... Read More