Her Voice Pt 3

Her Voice Pt 3

<<< Previous Part "What are you two doing here?" Frank asked again. "It was him- he killed Emma! I know it sounds crazy, but I can explain! The proof is in the diary," I explained, waving the diary in my hand. "Is that true?" Frank asked quietly. "Just give me the damn diary, and no [...]

Her Voice Pt 2

Her Voice Pt 2

<< Previous Part I heard Frank yelling outside the bedroom door. Frank banged on the door and threatened to kick it in but gave up after a few kicks. Classic Frank. She sobbed for a little while and then started to move the nightstand. At first, I thought she was going to block the door [...]

What Would You Like To Hear

I wanted to film a few more episodes of our podcast and wanted to ask what you guys would be interested in hearing us (or sometimes just me if my sister is busy) talk about. Any suggestions are welcome because there are no stupid ideas... just stupid people (jk jk😂). Thanks! If you enjoyed this [...]

Her Voice Pt 1

Her Voice Pt 1

Every night I was tormented by her voice telling me to find him. And I had tried- for weeks I had been searching for evidence that I could use against him. The man who had hurt her, the man who eventually took her life. "Please," she begged. "What more do you want me to do?" [...]

New Word #16: Words Recently Learned

Really enjoyed learning some new words from this post and decided to share it with you guys so we can learn them together 😁

Haoyan Do

sprightly: lively; full of energy. I learned this word from Pooja here. It also shows up in William Wordsworth’s poem, “Along the margin of a bay:/Ten thousand saw I at a glance,/Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.”

bugbear: a cause of obsessive fear, irritation, or loathing. I learned this word from Pooja here.

calisthenics: gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement. I learned this word from Heterodox Buddhist here.

sitch: a situation or state of affairs, usually a bad situation. I learned this word from Bonnyword Manor here. This word is not to be confused with snitch, which means to secretly tell someone in authority that someone else has done something bad, often in order to cause trouble.

plink: a short, sharp, metallic or ringing sound.
tendril: A slender threadlike appendage of a climbing plant. I learned…

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Blog tour highlights and Poetry

Blog tour highlights and Poetry

So excited for the live release! If you haven’t already checked out Jude’s blog and this book I would highly recommend doing so immediately.

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Author Me (Jude Itakali) 14/05/2021

Hi everyone. It’s just under three days to the live release of my new book; CROSSROADS (Winds of love) on Amazon.

In this post, I’ll be sharing clips from the Pre-order blog promotion tour. The blogs and websites that hosted and promoted this book are amazing so I hope you read on and explore them.

I’ve written and placed some poetry within this post, which is close to a few themes that are found in the book.

The ocean rages and the falls cascade
Thrills rise, then plummet to impetuous depths
And I think of you
Where once there was love
Now pain remains

If you have been following my blog for a while you probably know that I really admire Jude’s blog and I am a huge fan of his writing. I was so happy to hear that he had put out…

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