B. Lois

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Posted: 08.03.19, 12:50:21

Happy International Women's day! It does not seem like much but we have come a long way-a really, really long way. In fact, it is so much! It feels like the perfect day to kick back and relax with 'Gesiye' a book that in its own right celebrates the progress of a woman's identity. Because of what you do as female writers or as a professional in other fields, you've Read more...

Posted: 27.01.19, 10:11:47

"Writing a novel is not all about inspiration and craft. It is about process . . . "  - Dan Brown. Here's a little secret on my process in writing Gesiye. Okay, it's not so much of a secrete. It's more like my process.  I had set out with a target number of words for each day and so far it worked! I was going beyond my target and it was quite exciting. As Read more...

Posted: 03.01.19, 02:25:28

Hey dear, happy New year. Last year was amazing. the feedback has been encouraging. The holidays affected my writing as I joggled between fun and work. however, this year I've drawn out a strategy to enable me complete the book in time. New updates for Gesiye will be added every thursday and sunday. keep the comments coming and don't forget to rate it! With love, Lois. Read more...

Posted: 26.12.18, 18:57:30

Oh Oh Oh!  Sounds like trouble, when you hear HO HO HO in reverse! What's wrong in Ebiama? All your favourite characters are back this Christmas! Someone's being really nutty and we no that's not nice. As a gift to all my readers, three sizzling chapters have been added this christmas to my novel "Gesiye".  find out what happened to Gesiye now that Read more...

Posted: 19.12.18, 01:01:55

How hard can that be?! Honestly, it can be a bit of a challenge when writting a long narrative. so much is running through your mind and your fingers are itching to just pour out everything. DON'T DO IT. Today, I almost fell for it. the characters were paning out amazingly everything was progressing as well as i planned and then i suddenly felt like i was going to run out of story before Read more...

Posted: 17.12.18, 21:30:13

Hiey friends,  When I started writing Gesiye, I was thinking of telling a story about the evolution of the woman and feminist ideas over three generations. I thought of telling stories about the must unremarkable women standing up for themselves in their own world, matching against the many injustice done against them. A story with no sides. sort of. Rape victims, Teenage Pregnancy, single Read more...
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