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Saturday, November 02, 2019

Boredom Eliminatng Post



''So long a letter '' by Mariama Ba

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    1. Enid Blyton books

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    2. The Passport of Mallam Ilia by Cyprian Ekwensi. My mum gave me her copy

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  2. Summer Sisters by Judy Blume.

    That book made me realise that no matter how close friends are, one is still capable of betraying the other.

    it strengthened my 'stay on your lane' ideology

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    1. I read Judy blume too. Also Enid blyton. Pacesetters are my all time fav

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    1. Ehhheeee?
      Shooter πŸΉπŸΉπŸ”«girl kwa?
      🀐🀐🀐🀐🀐🀐

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    2. JW been helping people of all ages learn from the Bible for years immemorial.
      As a kid, I traced virtually all pictures in that yellow hard cover book with pencil ehn....

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  4. Everything good will come.

    The beautiful ones are not yet born.

    Second chance.

    A Midsummer's Night dream.

    Our Husband has Gone Mad Again.

    Flowers for Algernon.

    Diary of Anne Frank.

    One Week, One Trouble.

    And numerous others I can't remember.

    Does anyone know where I can download books by African Writer Press? I loved those books growing up.

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    1. Mr. Lejoka Brown alias :surprise and attack".

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    2. I've read almost all the books you listed but, second chance and time changes yesterday is a book that I can never forget in a hurry.

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    3. @mystique,childhood book ni Stella pe. Our husband has gone mad ke?

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    4. πŸ₯°πŸ₯° I loved these books too, I'm still a huge fan of African literature

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  5. Chai,I have plenty ooo
    Second chance...,Favourite.
    The remaining are..... Ralia, the sugar girl,return journeyMy father's daughter. E plenty

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  6. My book of Bible stories.

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    1. 1.Time changes yesterday

      I always sneaked to go pick it up from my big bro's bag...some pages were missing then,,,i searched n searched for them ehn.

      2.Sizwe Bansi is dead.

      We read and acted it out at home then...choi!

      3. A Christmas carol.
      Ebenezer scrooge...memories

      4. Romeo and Juliet.

      The unabridged version of it. Yeah! I read it cos I wanted to know if the movie was fully acted. I usually read, pause and then watch the movie..was really checking out for every action in d novel.


      So many more..

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    2. 5.The Marriage of Anansewa.

      Yea! My very first Ghanaian play I read.


      If you are an intending novelist or playwright here...a captivating picture on your cover page will do the magic. #Tip

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  7. Primary sch-Kokumo Baboni
    Secondary sch -The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers

    These days I barely have time to read anything outside my professional books

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  8. The bottled leopard by Chukwuemeka Ike.

    I read that uncountable times.

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    1. Oh dear..i still remember the first line of that novel "one clean jump and the leopard..."

      #memories

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    2. The bottled leopard, nice one I read it in Js 1

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    3. Read that in my JS3.. Chukwuemeka Ike finish work for that novel abeg..

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  9. Gollywogs, Enid Blyton series!

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. I love gollywogs too.
      Kevin ooo

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    2. We dey the same whatsapp group!

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    3. Enid Blyton series

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  10. Oh I forgot Joys of Motherhood. Loved that do much.

    And The Black Hermit.

    Does anyone remember those 30naira Ghanaian story books that dominated secondary schools then? Those ones with scary titles about a girl and a snake. Can't believe how I used to love those then.

    Also Sugar girl. Ralia was a favorite heroine. I read thag book so many times.

    Also Koku Baboni. Gosh. What creative writers we had then.

    Also, The Drmmer Boy.

    Chike and the River.

    Purple Hibiscus

    The Gods are not to blame.

    The Lion and the Jewel.

    This post is make me feel so nostalgic.

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    1. Chike and the river and purple hibiscus in the same childhood?

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  11. Oh who remembers the one about the girl whose father wanted an extravagant bride price for her? And then the husband did something and the father was the one now begging him to marry her quicklyπŸ€”

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    1. Mystique..is it Knowledge is power?

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  12. My book of bible stories-Watchtower😊
    My daddy bought it for me and I still have it.πŸ˜‹

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    1. You read them so? Abi you only looked at pictures, because you don’t behave like a product of those books.

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    2. @Veteran
      You see why I said you are "a preacher of the gospel of Jesus?"
      Train up a child in the way she should go...
      You have tried your best to depart from the bible stories but ???
      You are not a veteran side chick,
      you are a veteran preacher of Jesus. 😊😊😊

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  13. The beautiful ones are not yet born
    Our husband has gone mad
    Things fall apart

    James hardly chase novels reading too much love

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  14. The gods are not to blame, Second Chance.

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  15. All Mills and Boons, Harlequin and hints magazine.

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    1. Hints magazine, my favorite writer was Toni Kane, of the "shit and stuff" column.
      Seriously, thanks to my Dad, but he never brought Ikebe Super magazine home for us to read.

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  16. The gods are not to blame, Second Chance.

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  17. Enid Blyton made my childhood. Nancy drew series, famous five

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  18. A wolf story by James Byron Huggins.

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  19. Too cold for comfort
    Ralia the sugar girl
    Enid Blyton series. In fact, they are many

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  20. Tambari in Dukana by Ken Saro-Wiwa

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  21. Tambari in Dukana by Ken Saro-Wiwa

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  22. Agbo goes to schoolπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  23. Rebels of Sabrehill
    Exodus
    Roots
    Triumph of the waterlily

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  24. Secondary School = This Is Our Chance

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  25. Mine is The African Child by Camera Laye, Eze goes to school and Chike and the river..

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  26. The Adventure of Souza by Kola Onadipe
    Taniboro Banigoro
    The Adventure of Tom Sawyer
    The Adventure of Allan Quartermaine
    Robinson Crusoe

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  27. The white man of God.

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  28. Sunny boy. I really loved that book. Don't know the author.

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  29. I've read books but, Time changes yesterday and Second chance are books that I can't forget in a hurry.

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  30. The great pond! The beautiful ones are not yet born! I remember them as powerfully visual works. I still recall the words till tomorrow.

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  31. Enid Blyton series
    Lady bird series

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  32. Second class citizen by Buchi Emecheta

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  33. Second Chance,
    The God's are not to be blame
    Drummer Boy
    The Lion And The Jewel
    The Beautiful One's Are not yet born
    Eze goes to school
    simbi is a girl
    Chike And The River
    I cannot Remember again Jaweee...

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  34. Eeeeehhhhhhheeeeeee?
    All my Veteran arrow shooter girls read the book of bible stories as kids?
    πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»
    So why the bombardments on my smooth 🀐🀐🀐
    E good o. Make una keep reading the Bible as adults o
    No adultery, no shoot offs! 😊😊😊

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  35. Enter your comment...One week one trouble, without a silver spoon, Joys of motherhood, Things fall apart, etc

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  36. Tears
    Second chance
    Time changes yesterday
    Mills and boons
    This is our chance
    Harlequin romance
    Eze goes to school etc.

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    1. Omg Glitz did you remember the name of the author that wrote tears?? I wanna read that book again man!

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  37. Eze go to school 😁😁😁

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  38. In the pot pouri.
    Ebvu my love.

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  39. The Faraway tree by Enid Blyton..

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  40. king solomon mines
    Evbu my love
    Animal farm
    Bottled leopard
    Sigwe Bansi is dead
    Joy of motherhood
    mother's choice
    second chance

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  41. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere2 November 2019 at 21:03

    The magic faraway tree, famous five, secret seven, I had all Enid blyton story books. I will add comics abeg, I had soooo many beano comics. I still read Archie comics, I have the app on my phone, I buy the comics and read when I have time. Oh, how can I forget, I love tintin comics so much and that his dog snowy makes me laugh.

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  42. The Border Runners.. By James Irungu and James Shimanyula
    A Pacesetters novel..

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  43. The mayor of casterbridge
    The concubine

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  44. The beautiful ones are not yet born
    City school
    Blessed are the maids
    The maids are not to blame
    The fruit of the honest ❤❤
    The concubine
    Wrong neck in the noose
    Sugar girl
    The drummer boy
    The gods are not to blame
    Our husband has gone mad again
    My ugly mother
    Hamlet
    She stoop to conquer
    Tears
    Pamela and Nuela etc



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    1. That beautiful ones are not yet born, is so boring

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  45. Oil man of obange

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  46. My book of Bible stories
    Eze goes to school
    Morontondun

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  47. Gulliver's travel
    Around the world in eighty days
    Undesirable element.

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  48. Famous five till I started reading mills & booms.

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  49. Potter's wheel, Nwulari, Chimere, Professor Q's secret, Drums of joy, One week one trouble, An African night's entertainment and all Adaeze Atuegwu books. Dem plenty sha.

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    1. Potters wheel... Obuechina..."Tintinnabulation!" My all time favourite by Chukwuemeka Ike.

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  50. From my Ladybird,
    Pacesetter,
    Mills and Boon, Barbara Cartland, Harley Quinn, world.......
    "EVBU MY LOVE" stood out for me, perhaps because of my naivety....in my High School Days.

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  51. Brighter grammar
    First Aid in English

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  52. Brighter grammar
    First Aid in English

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