Life for my family was like my Aunt Lolia's jollof rice. Rich and tasty. Every spoon of it danced on the taste buds, tingled them, had the mouth watering and craving more. But there could only be so much of it before you looked down and saw an empty plate. No more of the delicious treat in site.
My father's daughter is a short story that tells the harrowing tale of a woman, who encountered tragedy at a tender age after losing her father, yet going on to achieve her career prospects and becoming financially buoyant.
It is a story of strength and passion and hope and triumph and is narrated in such fluid form that keeps a reader engaged.
~ T.J. Martins