Challenges, Twitter, Uncategorized, Writing

Afrobloggers Weekend Comment Thread 16/11

Because blogging means community. Every weekend (From Friday to Monday) Afrobloggers is open for the Afrobloggers Weekend Comment thread How it works: Drop a link to your post… but the most important thing is do not just drop link and run... Stick around and visit any of the blogs links posted and hey if someone visits… Continue reading Afrobloggers Weekend Comment Thread 16/11

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Contributions, GuestBloggers, Interviews, Twitter, Uncategorized, Writing

Afrobloggers #SundayTakeover

Afrobloggers #SundayTakeover On Sundays, we let a guest blogger TAKEOVER our twitter account @Afrobloggers from between 9am-9pm CAT (Central African Time) https://twitter.com/AfroBloggers/status/1000624992890097664 Yes you read correct and if you are not familiar with the process here is how it works: The #SundayTakeover host is allowed access to the Afrobloggers Twitter account and how the day… Continue reading Afrobloggers #SundayTakeover

AfroPrompts, Writing

Protest Night with #AbWPE

V. Naa Takia

PhotoCredit: stormgrayson.com PhotoCredit: stormgrayson.com

There’s always something new to discover when you push yourself out of your comfort zone.

Yesterday was Wednesday Poetry Evening, an initiative by @AfroBloggers.  Every Wednesday evening on Twitter, a theme is chosen and thrown to poets and writers to either share some of their old works (on that theme) or to compose on the go.

For a new initiative, it’s doing quite well in bringing to light very awesome poets and poems from all around.

Last night all #AfroPoets were invited to protest in poetry for any cause of their choice under the hash tag #AbWPE.

The protest themed challenge, I must admit, was really out of my comfort zone. However I still decided to give it a shot. After all, it would be my accomplishment of at least 30 minutes of writing every day.

So I plunged into the challenge with Stringed Willfully, a…

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