Author’s note: One of my favourite chapters, mainly because our heroine confronts her old enemy’s associate-in-evil. The idea was inspired by the UK TV soap EastEnders – nothing ever runs smoothly on December 25 in Albert Square! The conversation Doris has with Fred and Juliet on the way home after church was cut because the […]
Author’s note: I inject humour into my work, and readers seem to appreciate the effort. In the chapter where Doris meets Andrew for a date, she originally shared a scene with Juliet who helped her prepare for the evening, and here we see a lighthearted side of the no-nonsense lawyer who never fails to speak […]
TAMI’S NOTE: The original epilogue was much longer and consisted of two parts, the latter delivered by no other than Mex Orlando. It’s no secret I’m a huge Backstreet Boys fan, as is Doris, but two respected doctors dancing to a BSB tune in front of a studio audience on prime time TV? Too cheesy […]
Bitter Perceptions began as a Nollywood screenplay with the working title Diana Duru: The Last Fifteen Years. Unable to pitch the script to film producers, my project was abandoned for many years after my return to the UK. The idea came after recalling an old Prime People story on a man cursed by a woman […]
After discovering I’ve gained admission into secondary school via late entry, will Dad let me go?
The way Tami tells it.
I’m Tami, and you’ve probably read my articles and short stories on TNC, Nairaland, and Okada Books. After posting my work on other sites, I’m branching out on my own, starting with the relaunch of my blog formerly known as The Naija Brit. My newest short stories, updated posts, and my personal opinion feature here, […]