Category: Non-fiction in Creative Writing

I Am My Father’s Daughter

I Am My Father’s Daughter

I was born Ka o si so Chukwu Winifred Ugwuede on 10th March 1991, three months earlier than I should have. I guess I was too eager to see the world and I struggled to pay for my impatience for the next couple of months. […]

I Am A Feminist; Here’s What I Mean

I Am A Feminist; Here’s What I Mean

Aaron Allston says feminism is like God; many people profess their faith in a Messiah but no one seems to be able to properly define Christianity to everyone’s satisfaction. Not that the proponents of Christianity are seeking that everyone agrees to their definition of faith […]

The 11 Year Old Publisher With No Published Book(s)

The 11 Year Old Publisher With No Published Book(s)

I started writing at a very early age – I’m certain it wasn’t at one. For me, writing was my major form of expression. As a certified introvert, I was constantly in my head and talked very very little. I felt more at liberty with […]

Proverbs 31; Verses For A King.

Proverbs 31; Verses For A King.

A man of godly character who can find? His worth is far above diamonds. His wife has full confidence in him and she lacks for nothing. He brings her good and not harm all the days of his life. He is like a wise man; […]

Between “Science Jerks” and “Art Losers.”

Between “Science Jerks” and “Art Losers.”

When we are born, life usually starts up on a rather definite path especially regarding our education and parental or family expectations. We start off sure of our next steps. We graduate from infancy into childhood and after this comes the drama-laden teenage years (more […]