Fiction

There are a lot of outliers in our library of stories,. These Fiction stories don’t particularly come in a form or shape that we can easily define for you. Just take a look and find out for yourself. It’s brief and crisp but then it’s everything you’d want.

Our readers enjoy some of the best stories and poetry all for free. A free read could be the needed therapy for a broken heart. Download and enjoy the read.

Fiction is the perfect escape. Thumbing through a story might just enlighten you more than you expected. Get these downloads in PDF files and enjoy a good laugh or cry.

“I have claimed that Escape is one of the main functions of fairy-stories, and since I do not disapprove of them, it is plain that I do not accept the tone of scorn or pity with which ‘Escape’ is now so often used. Why should a man be scorned if, finding himself in prison, he tries to get out and go home? Or if he cannot do so, he thinks and talks about other topics than jailers and prison-walls?”

― J.R.R. Tolkien

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We publish the bi-annual CFW-Magazine. We only accept submissions via the submissions page. A call for submission is made in March and August every year. Writers take note that late submissions will be disregarded.

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    In seven chapters, the narrator in this expository comic tell stories, story after story of the trending and laughable events on TwitterNg. While it appears to be ‘just for the laughs’, the narrator also exposes readers to deep memories of grief and loss experienced in the street.

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    Story of the Storyteller is a collection of stories set in modern day Nigeria. It is a book that talks about the essence of LIFE, the pursuit of Happiness, the agony of Failure and the joy of Success. It is a collection of thoughts that the average African is not allowed to think or talk about.
    Over the years, depression in the lives of young adults and adults has drastically increased. Suicide has grown popular, religion has taken over the polity, and culture judges morals. These earth-shattering issues are seldom talked about.

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  • Daisy Tales

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    A collection of short stories I’ve put together over the years.

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    Hidden in Plain Ment is a beautiful collection of long, extended and very hilarious African plays, created to catapult minds to realms unknown, whilst entertaining and revealing a few truths about life.

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    Scarred is a story that poignantly depicts the struggles of two women as they try to navigate life in the face of the changing landscapes of their emotional lives.

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    General William Stone, the valiant Spanish Mercenary Warlord dated Juliet, the adored jewel of Alberto Family for six years. His called up to the Spanish-France war led the flowery Juliet to marry Mayor Patrick Bay, the wealthy Melillan royalty.

    William returned at the end of the five years long war only to insist retrieving back his Juliet from Mayor. This led to fierce battle of lovers. And the story just begin here.

    William and Juliet is a great story that unveils a great truth: that we can avoid the unnecessary wars that often smoldered gorgeous citadel of love and shattered lovers’ life; that we can come out of the storming, cloudy fumes that often wreck relationships and abort glorious destiny.

    This novel challenges your love-life with great didactic values and heartrending edifying punctures. Read on.

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    T.I.R.E.D by Gimbiya Galadima is a collection of more than hundred poems that uses humour to highlight societal issues. Set in modern day Nigeria, it takes you on an emotional journey from the sufferings of the unemployed, to black girl magic and leaves you with a final note that induces nostalgia and gives hope.

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    NYSC is full of experiences. ‘Missing’ is a work of fiction woven around the lives of ‘Corpers’ and explores friendship, independence politics & adventure.

    In a fleeting moment of curiousity, a female National Youth service Corps member is abducted. In the days that follow, she and her friends uncover a mind boggling conspiracy.

    Set in Benin – Nigeria, Missing is a thrilling story that keeps you riveted till the end.

    Follow @simi_stories on IG to reach out to Simi (the author). Please check your email for a download link.

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    “Honest art will open the doors of more than a few hearts, and this is a fact recognised by Ada Esom. In ‘A Collection of Golden Poetry’, the Dark Fiction and Astrology enthusiast reels out eleven poems that explore the human condition from a more internal perspective. In this body of work, the author of ‘Daemoniac’ and ‘All She Wrote’ talks about  life from the lens of a jaded lover, a lonely soul, a scared youngster and a long-silenced woman.

    “‘Maleficent’ takes after a fantasy movie from years prior but could just as well be illustrating the image of a no-nonsense woman, ‘Sixteen Candles’ is a poem about yearning for an absent lover, ‘The Ghosts of Yesterday’ tells the story of an individual caught in the vice grip of painful past memories, while ‘Gleeful Captive’ and ‘Unabashedly Yours, Truly’ put in succinct detail what it means to fall hard in love even in the face of uncertainty.”

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    p style="text-align: right">Jerry Chiemeke, winner, 2017 Ken Saro Wiwa Prize for Reviews.

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