A LITTLE SWEET, A LITTLE SOUR

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An age-long curse ravages an otherwise happy couple, a tactless mother-in-law poisons another home, but the worst assault is against yet another; and it wasn’t so much about ‘the other woman’ as the inability to just let go. A devout man finds out how empty his religion has been only after his brother died and some disturbing truth was uncovered, a teenage girl running away from burdens at home soon learns hard lessons about trust and deference, and another one in the early 1900s also learns in hard ways that wisdom speaks only to those who care to listen. A little Sweet, A little Sour is a collection of short moving stories that will leave you inspired, attentive, and surely wanting more! Out August 11!

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WISDOM FOR 'WEDDINGS'

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“No way!” she screamed. “There is no way that is going to happen!... What do you mean it’s nothing?! You keep changing our plans and then you say it’s nothing?... I can’t do this anymore … How is it that anything that is important to me means nothing to you? Why are we even getting married anyway?” She hung up, flung the phone across the bed and flopped down.

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IGOGO DANCE

Everyone comes to Uselu during the Igogo festival including Bambalu, the famous son of the village’s wealthiest chief who lived in the city. The drums were beating in a distance, summoning the villagers to an evening of excitement and pleasure. For Oladuti, the night held a promise of pleasure beyond the Igogo dance. It had been months since she had seen Bambalu.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tope’s writings go beyond entertaining and inspiring; she brings healing and answers to the minds and hearts of readers. She has been writing for years, but only recently started making her writings very public. Her blog; naijaworkingmoms.com is fast becoming a very inspiring resource for career moms in Nigeria. She works with Paradigm Initiative Nigeria, a Social Enterprise connecting underserved communities in Nigeria with ICT enabled opportunities as Chief Operating Officer. When she is not working, writing or studying; Tope likes to try new recipes to the delight of her family. She makes our home in Lagos, Nigeria. Tope and her husband are lovers of God and His Ways, nature, and football!

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A LITTLE SWEET, A LITTLE SOUR

An age-long curse ravages an otherwise happy couple, a tactless mother-in-law poisons another home, but the worst assault is against yet another; and it wasn’t so much about ‘the other woman’ as the inability to just let go. A devout man finds out how empty his religion has been only after his brother died and some disturbing truth was uncovered, a teenage girl running away from burdens at home soon learns hard lessons about trust and deference, and another one in the early 1900s also learns in hard ways that wisdom speaks only to those who care to listen. A little Sweet, A little Sour is a collection of short moving stories that will leave you inspired, attentive, and surely wanting more! Out August 11!

About Me

It is difficult to write about me, but I'll try. I am not a 'fun person' yet people say I am funny. Actually I am pretty intense and mostly occupied, but I am learning to loosen up and my family is teaching me to tune out and go easy. I love 'Suya' and fresh fruit juices. I can only stand movies when it's comedy or romance, this world has enough bad news. I work as Chief Operating Officer in a social enterprise and I am blessed with a pretty girl. My husband and I make our home in Lagos Nigeria. We are lovers of God and His Ways, nature, and football! You can fill the form below to reach out to me:

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IGOGO DANCE

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