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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Next episode for Partners In Crime....

Please it will be posted on Sunday. I have not finished writing it. I am going for owanbe. A childhood friend is getting married today. Abeg make una no vex. The last time I attended a wedding was two years ago. Make i go dance small.


  1. OK dear Carina, make sure u dance for two of us!
    See ya' on Sunday!

  2. just snap plenty pics for our eyes o
    get high small then snatch a boo for the dance. Forget what tomorrow will bring.
    Catch fun


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Series coming up on my blog later.....


Blast from the past!

A couple still trying to conceive relocated back to their old neighborhood. They reconnected with relatives, friends and ex-lovers. Soon, one of them began to die one after the other. Who is killing them? Who will die next? Will anyone survive and can anybody catch the killer?


When Christopher Falana finds out that his father he never met might not have committed suicide but was likely murdered, he would do everything to find evidence and dig out things about him from the people he trusted. Christopher never knew he was dining with the enemy.


Her large heart was shattered! The people she adored betrayed her when she lost a loved one. Everything she owned was taken from her. She would have to pick out the pieces of her broken heart, place them together and lock it with a key. She was prepared to plot for vengeance, fight back and get what rightfully belongs to her. Revenge was her only mission. Would she be able to love a man?

Ultimate Betrayal!

Samantha will have to go back and reconcile with her family to save her new boyfriend from the hands of her powerful father and ambitious brothers. She had no idea she would have to save herself first.

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