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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
January 15, 2021

January Fifteen: Nigeria and Biafra

Annually, in the history of Nigeria, the above mentioned date means two different things: To Nigerians, it is a day to mark the end of a civil war that started on July 6, 1967, and ended on January 15, 1970. It is also the day Nigeria's first bloody coup happened.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
December 31, 2020

THANK YOU TOO

Your you deserve all the accolades, appreciation & everything blushable.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
August 10, 2020

50 Brilliant, Original Questions To Ask An Author

Authors get tired of getting the same questions at every interview. Here are three out of the many questions writers get time and time again at every book reading and interview:

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
June 15, 2020

FIVE THINGS, AND MORE, THAT I AM PROUD OF

Being naturally shy and withdrawn, I love to lift my self-esteem from a drowning state to a strong, feel-good-oozing confidence.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
May 15, 2020

Tips on Writing Poetry: Be Your Own Version Of You

You live in a world of conflicting opinions, absurd societal stereotypes and religious conditioning that conspire to pressure you into fitting into a box of who/what the world wants you to be.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
May 2, 2020

How To Write A Question Poem

A question poem is described by its name: it's a series of queries, often rhetorical in style. The poem generates one question after another, building upon a topic.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
April 24, 2020

Addressing Poetry Assumptions

There are no easy ways to dispel these biases. Poetry is difficult because very often its language is indirect.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
March 19, 2020

Giving: A Pair of Pears

He felt sorry for the ugly beggar, and even before the beggar asked, he offered half of the pears in the basket to the man saying, "I pray these pears are good for you."

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
March 5, 2020

A Review Of Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia's book 'The Son Of The House'

Cheluchi did a great job in narrating the experiences of young girls and women in a patriarchal society like Nigeria, and the gates of patriarchy they had to burn down to survive.

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
March 3, 2020

Writing Grow Me Wings

I write to ponder on my own questions and hope to find someone with the same questions as mine, in my readers. 

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
August 25, 2019
Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
August 23, 2019

The Last Butterfly

The Last Butterfly “Poor little butterfly,” the young girl said. “Poor little...

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
August 20, 2019

Dreams Come True, Right?

The one country I’d love to visit or live in outside Nigeria...

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
August 20, 2019

The Love You Give

The love you give… Last night, while chatting with a friend, I...

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
June 30, 2019

Of Religion And Human Tradition

Let’s be realistic here, the bible is not to be blamed. Most...

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
June 25, 2019
Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
May 24, 2019
Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
April 28, 2019

Sunday Musing || When It feels Like God's On Leave

“Rejoice in the Lord always.” Philippians 4:4 Through the above quoted five words,...

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
April 23, 2019

Ways to Make Your Self-published eBook More Accessible to More Readers

These six quick and easy tips will help you avoid classic rookie formatting errors that make eBooks difficult or impossible for a significant proportion of potential readers around the world. 

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Posted by Jaachi Anyatonwu
April 21, 2019

Sunday Musing || The Broken Painting

The Broken Painting Once upon a time, a well known painter was...

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