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Love In A Photograph – Finale

Love In A Photograph – Grace Ochigbo TEN (Finale)                The music was as loud as thunder; it made the cutlery on the table tops rattle. Neon lights flashed everywhere like police sirens, but much more colourful. The crowd flowed down the long wide hall. …

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Love In A Photograph – Eight

Love In A Photograph – Grace Ochigbo EIGHT                    No amount of expensive equipment can make up for the lack of plot. Or, is it the story line? So many things are not adding up. The movie started like a snail and almost ending like a sick dog. …

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LOVE IN A PHOTOGRAPH- Five

LOVE In A Photograph – Grace Ochigbo FIVE                    Linus jumped up as if it’s an emergency, as if sleeping had become a dangerous thing. His heart beats even faster and there was a buzzing in his brain and together they were as panic walking …

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TWO GRACES – Thirteen

TWO GRACES – GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE THIRTEEN “I miss you too, daddy!” Hallie pouted while adjusting her head properly to face the camera. “You assured me you were going to come around yourself this time…” she frowned.                  Some little distance away, a couple of persons were laughing away. A …

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TWO GRACES – TEN

TWO GRACES – GRACE OCHIGBO READ LAST EPISODE HERE http://www.awokoinsight.com/story/two-grace/two-graces-nine/ TEN                  Quite funny how life brings similar things one’s way over an extended period of time. Sometimes, it can perfectly be named fate and at other times, coincidence or fact. Whatever the nomenclature, real life has proven smarter than …

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PHILOPHOBIA

PHILOPHOBIA SHORT STORY by Grace Ochigbo The long awaited day split open like it’s not the same one Ojoma had been looking forward to – her whole life? Yeah. Maybe. Probably. It feels like a lifetime already since a year ago when she first met Joshua; Josh, as his friends …

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NOMA’S DREAM – Episode One

NOMA’S DREAM – Grace Ochigbo ONE One of the 4 inches’ heels, particularly the one on her left foot, slips off course. She’d stepped on a deep sandy surface, making her left leg hit a little stone right in front of her. The stone is little, but big enough to …

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