Chioma’s Books

FOREVER THERE FOR YOU
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Nadine did not consider herself a feminist; if anything, following her Freshers’ Fair, she consciously avoided the members of the Feminist Society throughout her university career. But she couldn’t help but be impressed at how relentless the Southall Black Sisters had been. She wondered what it must have felt like for Kiranjit Ahluwalia to have those women she had not known from Adam, fighting her corner. That was sisterhood. To continue reading, click HERE

SUMMER PARTY
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Sabina kept her sweatshirt on as she made her way to the communal showers. Engaging in intense sports always had a refreshing effect on her. Besides, it was a good way to work off some of the fire that had been in her belly. Click HERE for more

SUMMER CAMP
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When Oritse walked into the London Victoria Underground Station that morning, escape was the only thing on his mind. He wasn’t particularly sure where he would go. He just wanted to be anywhere. Anywhere, but here. He must have got on and off a few tubes. To read the rest, see HERE

SUMMER JOB
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Mary knew what her nephew and niece, thought of her. It would be impossible not to. She evoked the same reaction, in the States, too. Young people actually wanted to be around her. They said she was real; that she cared. At first, it had been difficult not to feel the pressure of all those expectations. What if she let them down? She didn’t ask to be a role model. Click HERE to continue reading