Queen Esther Okoloeze



I am Queen Esther Okoloeze (Ada-Laurel), passionate lover of art, creativity and everything literary. I am a writer and blogger with a degree in Theatre Arts from University of Benin. A Nigerian, Enugu born and Lagos brought up, I am a lover of languages, people, places and I speak Igbo, Yoruba, Pidgin and English with great pedigree.

As part of my writing career, I have written short prose for kids and blogs as a freelancer. I am a distinct reviewer of all literary genres.

My love for art and creativity is a product of My early exposure to drama and acting in church and school as a teen which culminated in my first self-sort degree with distinction in Theatre Arts.

I dedicate most of my time to SL Kreativez NG an outfit that promotes creativity, art and writing in Nigeria and Africa. I am a freestyle poet and content writer for my outfit and personal clients. With my team on SL Kreativez, we find ways to raise the bar for art, literature and creativity.

I am single and fantastic.

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
Yes I did. It was Eze Goes to School, a prose by a Nigerian writer named Onuora Nzekwu. I still have the copy till this day. It was this book that made me understand the importance of education. So the impact was the desire to learn and be educated and I believed it made me fall in helpless love with literature too.
How do you approach cover design?
I see it as the first contact for my work so I put in extra effort to make sure it suits the audience I am writing for. I do different samples and have people in my network do selection since most buyers will probably think like them.
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Where to find Queen Esther Okoloeze online


Why Girls Say No and May Friend Zone You for Good
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,790. Language: English. Published: February 16, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Friendship
This ebook provides a guide for young men who desire to leave the friend zone an opportunity to find out how to do that. It is fun, practical and rich, it has over 50 young women contributing their thoughts on why they friend zone their male friends. It's written from an African-Nigerian perspective for a global audience.

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