MY BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBOUR (SHORT STORY SERIES)

PROLOGUE TO THE SERIES

You are welcome! The story you’re about to read is fictional. It’s not a reflection of how I think and talk. Thankfully, the chief character-narrator is a guy (called Ebony). This should tell you that the language is not 100 per cent kosher but it’s authentic to the character.

The story is about Ebony’s strong sexual attraction for his married neighbour, Anastasia.

“OMG,” you say, “I hope he doesn’t do anything stupid.” It won’t be long before you find out.

The story is also about God’s missionary activities among people through our Lord, Jesus Christ. God does not mind doing the unusual if that’s what will get someone’s attention. That explains why there’s a part where the story seems over-the-top. But it adds to the thrill of the narrative.

The story sees Ebony recounting on two occasions what happened in the preceding days. He does have a lot to tell.

So read, comment, share on your various social media platforms and be blessed.

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I am a university lecturer. I teach Mass Communication, mostly writing courses like Feature and Interpretative Writing, Magazine Article Writing and News Writing, and let’s just say I’ve been doing this for a long time. As you have probably guessed, I am a born-again Christian.
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28 comments

  • Fist to comment. Lol.

    OK, I missed these stories, but I must read them. And they’re like how many? 6. Thank goodness, I have stories to make my Saturday enjoyable.

    This post is tweeted.
    God bless you Aunt Edith.

  • Anyadubalu Oluchi Maryrose

    And ma’am is doing a good job here,i can’t wait to go through them

  • peace onoja

    ma, more grace to the marvelous works you are doing.

  • Rahman Peace Taiye

    O boy. Another series? I hope it’s just like ” From Bait to Catch?” Now, that’s one story I enjoyed reading. Lol…where’s the first episode o? I’m coming for you.

  • Ugwu Ifunanya

    Am just in #3 and am getting all emotional already.. especially when he said “pls don’t go!” ??. I feel for Ebony though, the moment he decided to move away from his old ways, things became worse. One of the saddest thing about life is it would present you with the right person at the wrong time.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Terrible, isn’t it? But thank God, it’s not always like that. Some folks do meet the right person at the right time. I’m glad you’re enjoying the story. You are sooo blessed, Ifunanya!

  • peace onoja

    your stories and poems are always source of inspiration to me in my moment of distress.

  • onah ukamaka blessing

    the entire story ended gloriously. it shows that no matter how bad our past life may be, that God is stil there for us. so all the youths should learn from this beautiful story.

  • Ndukwu cynthia chizoba

    awwn………i love love love this. nice one ma. God bless you

  • azunna ikechukwu

    this story is a big source of inspiration to me

  • It is inspirational and motivational to me. Funny it sounds, I was depress but reading this, my depression wane away.

  • Jibulu Ngozi

    This story has brought to limelight the relationship and bond between the creator and man. God’s love for man is unconditional and can’t be traded for anything.
    The relationship GOD has for man is his readiness to bring back his children from their wrongdoings like he did to Chidinma and Ikemefuna
    An inspirational story that motivates the mind

  • Okafor charles c.

    Wonderful and great.kudos anuty!!!
    I just pray to be like you one day.

  • Ochei Anthony Arinze

    Tasia is nothing but a God sent to the life of ebony and razor to liberate them from their bondages

  • Michael Ebuka Ogidi

    No situation is too tough for God to handle and nobody is too bad for God to save. God sends people to save or help his people. Tasia is a good example of “God sent”. Thank you ma’am for keeping me busy today.

  • Charles D.

    Ma i really enjoyed the stories. I pray that God will continue to give you the strength and wisdom to write and make us happy with you write ups.

  • Rose Mary

    These series is very good a very educating and interesting story God bless you Ma for these wonderful story .

  • UDOETTE GIDEON COSMAS

    A story which is completely different from your style ma.but this one teaches us the games men play with money,women.ebony should focus on heavenly goals.seek ye first his kingdom and every other things definitely will follow.he should not engage in any relationship not on par with God.great one ma.

  • Augustine E

    Tasia is a good example of God-sent to the life of Ebony. This story is an inspiration to me mostly. Thank you, ma, for this. God bless you!

  • This story is really nice. Thank you so much much ma

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