HELP ME TO FIND MY LOVE.–(7 Minutes Read)

Originally posted on www.Mlst.blog:
Days have passed us by, Without the hope of seeing each other again, Nothing to hold on to, Nothing to lay on except empty spaces, ? The shadows of your memory became a companion, The flashes of the moments we spend together became a source of relieve, The reality of our periods of ecstasy became what kept me going,… Continue reading HELP ME TO FIND MY LOVE.–(7 Minutes Read)

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah … Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin Short version – a lot better than when the idea was, ahem, floated, in 2012. [2012? That’s… a while ago. A geologic epoch in Internet years. Anyway.] The original post: https://accordingtohoyt.com/2012/03/21/what-is-human-wave-science-fiction-3/ Sarah followed it up a little later: Human Wave Dreaming in August […] via The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version … Continue reading The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

#BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction — BlondeWriteMore

I have decided to enter the August 2018 Blog Battle. If you are not familiar with this great contest, please check out the link. The word for this month is MOON. Here’s my entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday. Sun and moon were having their usual early morning chat. Moon couldn’t stop yawning. “Fancy some fun?” […] via #BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction … Continue reading #BlogBattle Fiction Entry: The Romantic Camping Holiday #Comedy #FlashFiction — BlondeWriteMore

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin Short version – a lot better than when the idea was, ahem, floated, in 2012. [2012? That’s… a while ago. A geologic epoch in Internet years. Anyway.] The original post: https://accordingtohoyt.com/2012/03/21/what-is-human-wave-science-fiction-3/ Sarah followed it up a little later: Human Wave Dreaming in August […] via The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version … Continue reading The State of the Human Wave – Fiction Version by Alma Boykin — According To Hoyt

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah … Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin — www.Mlst.blog

Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

I have just listened to When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom and was intrigued by the thought that fiction, perhaps more so historical fiction about real characters, tells a story that might have been, of situations that are equally as plausible as the real events. The only difference is, they didn’t happen. The author […] via Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin Continue reading Fiction: History that might have been — Norah Colvin

MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

CHAPTER ONE. It was a cool Monday morning and the accompany ambience was encouraging with a kind of serenity that seems to be incomparable with what the realities was in the course of the penultimate week.   Though the electricity distribution company has taken light,many people woke up to the reality of darkness but this has been the part and parcel of the Nigerian Society … Continue reading MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

It as on my way home yesterday while I was in a public bus commutting me and other passengers home yesterday.   I was surprised at a point when one of the popular axis on my way home was free of traffic.Initially, I kept asking myself if I am still in Lagos due to the fact that having a free road at that period of … Continue reading MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

CHAPTER ONE. It was a cool Monday morning and the accompany ambience was encouraging with a kind of serenity that seems to be incomparable with what the realities was in the course of the penultimate week.   Though the electricity distribution company has taken light,many people woke up to the reality of darkness but this has been the part and parcel of the Nigerian Society … Continue reading MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

MLST FICTION:How I fall in Love—(10 Minutes Read).

It was a fateful day that I have to leave home as usual to meet up with my daily plans, programme and personal itinerary. My  day was strategically planned to the extent that detailed courses of endeavors have been analyzed and documented with personal decision to ensure that all that is necessary to be done without allowing distractions to gain access that will scatter the … Continue reading MLST FICTION:How I fall in Love—(10 Minutes Read).

MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

CHAPTER ONE.   It was a cool Monday morning and the accompany ambience was encouraging with a kind of serenity that seems to be incomparable with what the realities was in the course of the penultimate week.   Though the electricity distribution company has taken light,many people woke up to the reality of darkness but this has been the part and parcel of the Nigerian … Continue reading MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

CHAPTER ONE. It was a cool Monday morning and the accompany ambience was encouraging with a kind of serenity that seems to be incomparable with what the realities was in the course of the penultimate week.   Though the electricity distribution company has taken light,many people woke up to the reality of darkness but this has been the part and parcel of the Nigerian Society … Continue reading MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE TWENTY.

THE WRONG MOTIVE—-EPISODE 5.—-(12 MINUTES READ).

CHAPTER ONE. Tiffany!!!   My daughter…..   How are you?   We have not talk since you came back from school….Tiffany’s mum kept speaking.   You have not tell me anything about school life since you came back.   Why?   Hope nothing is wrong?…Tiffany’s mum continued.   Tiffany’s mum engaged her in a chat while in the kitchen after they got home from church … Continue reading THE WRONG MOTIVE—-EPISODE 5.—-(12 MINUTES READ).

THE WRONG MOTIVE—EPISODE SEVEN—(12 MINUTES READ).

CHAPTER ONE. Bike!!! A bike commonly called okada parked to pick the duo of Tony and Tricia in the front of the company’s gate.   Can you please take us to No 10, Dolphin Street….Tony engaged an Okada man.   No wahala Sir…Okadaman responded.   My money is 200naira for both of you…the Okada man charged them.   No!!!I am paying 150naira….Tony responded.   While … Continue reading THE WRONG MOTIVE—EPISODE SEVEN—(12 MINUTES READ).

MLST FICTION:How I fall in Love—(10 Minutes Read).

It was a fateful day that I have to leave home as usual to meet up with my daily plans, programme and personal itinerary. My  day was strategically planned to the extent that detailed courses of endeavors have been analyzed and documented with personal decision to ensure that all that is necessary to be done without allowing distractions to gain access that will scatter the … Continue reading MLST FICTION:How I fall in Love—(10 Minutes Read).

MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

It as on my way home yesterday while I was in a public bus commutting me and other passengers home yesterday.   I was surprised at a point when one of the popular axis on my way home was free of traffic.Initially, I kept asking myself if I am still in Lagos due to the fact that having a free road at that period of … Continue reading MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

It as on my way home yesterday while I was in a public bus commutting me and other passengers home yesterday.   I was surprised at a point when one of the popular axis on my way home was free of traffic.Initially, I kept asking myself if I am still in Lagos due to the fact that having a free road at that period of … Continue reading MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)