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Ghost Husband by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

(July 1970) A week after the Biafra War was called off, Alfred finally died in his sleep in the small house behind his mother’s hut. And all the pains and hunger he’d felt ceased. When the villagers discovered that he’d died, they buried him inside the same hut he had died in. His wife Ugomma […]

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The Victims by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Outside, the relentless fall of snow had at last abated, and everything as far as the eye could see was thickly shrouded in an extra generous coating of frosted white. I was by the window, admiring the beauty of nature when I noticed Shan walking down to my apartment. I shrugged and put down the […]

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Finding Mr. Perfect Husband by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Yes, here is the Final Part. In case you missed Part 1,  Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 and Part 9 kindly click here, here, here, here,  here, here, here and here and here respectively. Happy reading! ******************************************** The moon shone faintly overhead through a weave of branches. Imabasi stood under the guava tree, she looked around […]

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Good Girl, Bad Girl “The Story of a Runs Girl” Part 2

Omote became dazed; she arose slowly from her boss’s laps and brings her head down as she turns. “What is a woman doing on your legs Obim?” The lady asked in a loud voice. She was dressed in a Senegalese wear. She gently unwrapped her head tie and tied it loosely around her waist. She […]

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Finding Mr. Perfect Husband Part 9 by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Yes, here is the Part 8. In case you missed Part 1,  Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and Part 8 kindly click here, here, here, here,  here, here, here and here respectively. Happy reading! ********************************************     She walked to the window and looked out over the hospital premises. A deep indigo light brought the copper […]

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Finding Mr. Perfect Husband Part 3 By Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Yes, here is the Part 3. In case you missed Part 1 and Part 2, kindly click here and  here respectively. Happy Reading ****************** A week after Imabasi and Miriam’s reconciliation, they went on a weekend vacation at Troy’s place. Troy couldn’t take his eyes off Miriam when he saw her from afar; Walking down from the house with […]

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Finding Mr Perfect Husband by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Rumbling thunder and violet streaks lightning woke Imabasi from a deep sleep, but her lashes fluttered and closed as she drifted off again, burying her head deeper into the pillow. Even as a child, she had loved the sound of thunderstorms. For some reason, they always lulled her spirit, perhaps because her father was a […]

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Finding Mr. Perfect Husband Part 6 by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Yes, here is the Part 6. In case you missed Part 1,  Part 2, Part 3 , Part 4 and Part 5, kindly click here, here, here, here,  and here respectively. Happy reading! ******************************************** With determined steps, Imabasi entered the cab and slammed the door without saying a word to Victor. He smiled slightly as Imabasi watched him […]

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Love in Times Like This Part 2 by Vicky Bon Uzuazor

In case you missed the first part, you can read it up here. ******** They made love that night like it was their first time. Harry fell weakly on the bed afterwards and slept off. Morning came, Atimma got out of bed slowly and made her way to the kitchen. She had changed into leggings and […]

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The Conclusion! Diary of a Pastor’s Wife – By Vicky Bon Uzuazor

Here are the concluding parts of the soul-lifting story written by Vicky Bon Uzuazor – Fiction writer, stage play director, aspiring film producer and director. In case you missed the previous parts, click here. Enjoy…and Happy Reading!

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Diary of a Pastor’s Wife – By Vicky Bon Uzuazor

That morning, my husband David came to pick me at the airport. He was dry faced and tensed, very unusual. Other times, David would be so excited to come pick me, he would kiss me and hug me passionately, but now, everything became different.

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Differences

The conversation between Segun and Nneka that morning was bound for disaster. As soon as he raised the issue, he knew she was going to flare up but he refused to let that deter him. As far as he was concerned she was being irrational. Ever since he first raised the matter two weeks ago, […]

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The Man I Married

The Man I Married Today, I feel so happy. Extremely happy. Absolutely Ecstatic……….. I met him today. I really feel he is the one. How can some people say love at first sight does not exist. This has got to be real. I would definitely remember today 20 years from now.  I am definitely never […]

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The Journey After

“Hello love, have you gotten to work, ” my hubby asked at about 8:30 a.m that Wednesday morning as per his usual practice. ”Yes darling, I have. I am just putting some finishing touches to that presentation in time for the meeting at 9:00 a.m.” ”Don’t worry Nimi, I am sure you will knock them […]

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Choices

CHOICES 1   I enjoyed the feel of the liquor as it burned down my throat while I swayed to the music that was blasting loudly in the crowded club. I definitely enjoy nights like this when I finally let go and have all the fun possible. At 27 years old, I can boldly say […]

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