SLEEPERS AND TOASTERS It is with great joy and a heightened level of nostalgia that I bring the last episode of My Public Transport Diaries. I’m joyful because I accomplished what I set to do and nostalgic because I am forced to say goodbye with this episode but I am glad that y’all loved it.… Continue reading My Public Transport Diaries: Series Finale
Today, I am bringing you a long overdue review. . . told you I read quite a lot while I was away, well, this one is by my homeboy (I hope I’m allowed to do that) ‘cause believe me, I’ve got to be an homegirl to get a signed copy 😊 EDEN is pure bliss!… Continue reading Jolaade Philips’ ‘EDEN’ – A Pure Bliss!
I feel that the kinks, curls, or tight coils in Afro hair is beautiful and unique. No other race on this planet has hair like ours - that makes me proud. Monica Millner. Hellooooooow Guys! Happy Monday! Let me say that this is not your usual Monday kinda post but your usual Ibukunwrites post ‘cos… Continue reading MY 8 MONTHS NATURAL JOURNEY. . .
First, I'm deeply sorry this episode came late! I woke up Wednesday morning to discover I couldn't unlock my own phone. . . 😲 I did aeons of troubleshooting before I discovered it was truly beyond me! Just got it today and I must say it was one hell of experience. . .and I… Continue reading My Public Transport Diaries: Episode 3
P A S S E N G E R S or should I just say fellow passengers? 😊They can either be your headache, worst day mare or best travel buddy throughout the journey period or beyond! Yea, I’ve met some of the people I travelled with again when I never thought I could even see… Continue reading My Public Transport Diaries: Episode 2
Hello Ibukunwrites lovers! Happy Weekend. . . or let me just say Happy New Week already because it's Sunday in a bit. Reviews are the perfect way to launch into the new week. Why is that? Why is because it helps you in itemizing what you need to spend your money on during the week… Continue reading Deborah Akingboye’s ‘FADING AWAY’: A Tale of Abuse, Love and Betrayal
I B A D A N . . . the only city whose garage I once passed the night! I remember that month, it was December. I had left Kebbi past 9, entered Ojo some minutes after 12.00a.m. I had to sleep at the garage with my eyes half shut and my mind wide awake… Continue reading My Public Transport Diaries Episode 1 – I B A D A N