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Hi November: Monthly Updates and Goals (Plus Book Announcement Reverse Falling)

Welcome, everybody! To your favorite game show, How Far into the Month Will Anne Post Her Monthly Update Post. Ding! Ding! Ding! If you said, "This far into the month!" That is the correct answer. Hi and thanks for stopping by at this wonderful space, where Stories are Etched in Eternity and where we post… Continue reading Hi November: Monthly Updates and Goals (Plus Book Announcement Reverse Falling)

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October: Monthly Updates and Goals

Could I even call this a monthly update? We are so far into October already and it's been a month since I last posted anything over here. A lot has happened since I was last here, that much I can say. Since my last post, I turned 26. October made it two years (feels like… Continue reading October: Monthly Updates and Goals

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The Island (A Short Story)

Hi guys. I actually wrote this short story for a couple of writing competitions, however, I didn't have any luck with that so I have decided to post it here, instead of letting it gather dust in my document's folder. I hope you enjoy reading it. The Island by Anne Idakwo I have heard people… Continue reading The Island (A Short Story)

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Heaven Must Be Full of Children

At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked, Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? He called a little child and had him stand among them. And he said: "I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore,… Continue reading Heaven Must Be Full of Children

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Hello September (Birth month): Monthly Goals and Updates

I don't know if you know this but I was born in September. Every single year, whenever September comes along, I get so excited and start to make plans. Plans that I never ever achieve. I plan to buy new clothes, get my hair done, get dolled up, and hop to a photo studio, as… Continue reading Hello September (Birth month): Monthly Goals and Updates


Announcement: March Anthologies Available for Sale.


Heya guys, hope you are all having a swell day. I am too, thanks for asking.

And yes, you read the title right. Guess who has gotten another published work under her belt? Yup, me.

It’s Indie April now and I managed to publish the recent A Poem a Day challenge I put myself on throughout the month of March. It really got my creative juices frolling and the outcome of it all has been refined and packaged for your reading pleasure.

It took alot of self-motivation to try to publish using Kindle Direct Publishing again considering how badly my first published work, 17 Stories of the SDGS did in regards to sales. After almost an entire year of publishing, I’ve made less than a dollar in royalties.

Giving up is a very easy thing to do. The hard part is perseverance. And that is why I am casting my…

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Book Review: Memory of Stone by Chio Zoe NO SPOILERS

No. Your eyes do not deceive you. I have actually posted a new blog post. You are not hallucinating. Anyway, I'm going to reviewing a book I read a couple of months ago titled Memory of Stone. It's available on both Amazon and other book platforms. BLURB Finally thriving as a criminal in an infamous… Continue reading Book Review: Memory of Stone by Chio Zoe NO SPOILERS

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Hello August: Monthly Blog Updates

Hello friends, it's nice to see you all again. Welcome to the month of August. It has been a minute, has it not? I really have been taking my sweet time, haven't I? Well, it's exactly a month since I posted my last blog post but we are not even going to bother with an… Continue reading Hello August: Monthly Blog Updates

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Flash Fic: Sky Children

The very first time I saw them, I thought I had lost my mind. It was that time when day and night converge. And I sat outside watching shifting clouds that swirled seductively, over the backdrop of gradient sky. The grey clusters coming and going as the cool breeze blew with it, false whispers of… Continue reading Flash Fic: Sky Children