Fiction & Short Stories

YES WOMAN By Uche Okonkwo

YES WOMAN By Uche Okonkwo

Mama Bose chased the flies from her ground melon with the napkin she used to dust the shelves in her…

A SLICE OF HEAVEN by Uche Okonkwo

A SLICE OF HEAVEN by Uche Okonkwo

He felt the impact first, and then there was the sound of breaking glass. He glared through the windscreen at the vehicle in front of him and turned off the ignition with one angry turn of his wrist, glad that the offending vehicle could go nowhere. It took him just a few seconds to get rid of his cuff links and pull up his shirt sleeves. All the while he mumbled his fury, imagining what he would do to the imbecile who had just cost him a headlamp. He flung open his door, ready to attack.

DESPICABLE ME!

DESPICABLE ME!

I have been well. My English teacher would shoot me if I used the Twenty First Century word “Good”. He…