Badiru Kehinde with Chika Unigwe

I first felt the warmth of Chika a few years ago through my reading of her novel “On Black Sisters’ Street”.

Today, we shared the same warmth and her smile is a novel.

Badiru Kehinde with Chika Unigwe

Grab a copy of her new novel “Better Never Than Late”

Cheers
BK

28/10/2019

10 Tips for Writing the Winning Short Story

For few weeks, yours truly have been working on a project with the whole team at ‘Write Now’.

I have compiled here an infographic that reveals “10 Tips for Writing the Winning Short Story”. These are the awesome things and personalized guide I do when I write my Short stories. I am happy sharing it with you. With the Commonwealth Short Story just about to close, you’re good to go! 😊

Download a copy to read here

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1b2_5TLjVwhFzFhSPW9TE4HKvfl6jtDL4/view?usp=drivesdk

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‘Write Now’ is a Creative Writing NGO based in Lagos, Nigeria. The NGO was formed by Nigerian writer, Kehinde Badiru with a desire, and as a platform to spreading Creative Writing to schools in Nigeria. However, the vision has gotten even broader as the NGO sets out to provide mentorship to budding and would-be writers. ‘Write Now’ boasts of over 50 fellows which comprise of established writers, poets, creative enthusiasts and teachers of Creative

Writing all over the country. ‘Write Now’ has carried out school projects in Lagos, Ibadan and Akwa Ibom with over 400, 200 and 150 students respectively taught in the art of Creative Writing. This was followed by the donation of books to exceptional students and the publication of their poems and writings in the ‘Write Now’ Magazine.