9jamachine

9jamachine
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Its been quite a while i was here, had to do some redefining...But i hope to see more of me here.
Hello to all, once again.
I remain Fredrick Egbuche, the 9jamachine, a writer by heart.
' I also write at <a
href="http://www.expertscolumn.com">Expertscolumn.com</a> '
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Recent pages by 9jamachine

"A Bias story of the life of an average Nigerian."
Hello world, so sorry i had to receed in my shell for a while. This is from Conflicting Shadows........have a nice read.
A Chapter in my book. Hope you like it. I will like to read your feedback(s)
This is part of something i am working on. I just want it here for public opinion.Feel free to stab and poke at the material as much as you want. Thanks.
This is an outcry/outburst of what is suffered by internet users in Nigeria,the causes and the effects. We all believe in causality,well here is what happens when some people are starved of the full dividends of internet usage
Here's is one of the projects i am working on. . .a thriller,the plot is actually gonna be complex and the perpetrator of the crimes would be found in a flashback kind of scenario. . .
This is a second preview of my book 9ja boy. . .this are some of the experiences i had in childhood. . . . i have tried to desceibe it the best way i can remember.Hope it gives insight into what most not all Nigerian youths face while growing up.
This incident occurred to me on the 13th of June 2010
This is a preview of the book i wrote,i am only putting up the first and second chapter,as i am still editing the rest of the novel. Enjoy the first and second chapter.
When you are in love,you see everything in color. . . .until that girl comes along and runs your heart through a shredder!!!
Fieldwork report,compiled 20th August 2009 of Niger State,Nigeria.Case study New Bussa. Very good material for projects or getting an insight to a very important location in the likelihood of Nigerians.
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