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Solely the reason I am writing this article is to build new bridges and networks that will seek to promote modern, efficient and effective academic writing. I will write free articles to those who want to see my writing skills and hope for future cooperation in the academic writing field.… Read More
A case study of Nnewi customary woman to woman marriage. Read More

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The life of a forty-something assistant professor chronicled through letters sent to his nonplussed family. This is letter #1 in a series. Will add more if requested. Read More
Thabo was due to marry his long term fianc√©. He looked forward to it, but he had to finish his degree program first. His lady would not marry him unless he got a job. Thabo failed his final year and had to repeat. He did so for the second time… Read More
A journal entry I wrote on May 26, 2016 when I was at the peak of my stress for beginning graduate school. I felt I might as well share it to give some insight into my stressful thinking process. Read More
The Cultural Scene thus far by Indeewara Thilakarathne is a detailed overview of art, literature and cinema within Sri Lanka. It compares the local cultural scene to that of other parts of the world, particularly other countries in the region, such as Singapore and India. Thilakarathne also focuses on the… Read More
i wrote This essay to explain how i think of teenage's corruption from my personal angle. Read More

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An emotional and visceral critique of the academically driven community which surrounds me. This poem is an intense and haranguing critique, expressing the emotions I feel towards these people. Please do not get offended. Read More
If you work hard enough - anything is possible. Don't just dream about it, make it happen. The harder the struggle, the more rewarding the benefits. Amazing things are possible when you take control :) Read More
Booksie 2019 First Chapter Novel Contest

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