Saadon Aksah has worked as a journalist for the past 10 years. He started his career as a cadet journalist at a general desk of a national newspaper before moving to a newspaper that covers mostly politics. There he was promoted to the position of a journalist and later as a senior journalist before assuming his last post as an assistant editor.
A three day journal was written in the 80’s. Penned by a man looking after his brother, he felt that the brother was suffering from the effects of witchcraft and sorcery. The man performed an exorcism on the brother on an almost daily basis. A journalist who discovered the journal thought that the man’s brother was suffering from the effect of mental illness, probably that of schizophrenia.
on Feb. 25, 2019
This is a nice short story about a genie being trapped in a bottle and was accidentally released. He then proceeded to offer three wishes to the person who released him. There is however a twist to the story. I quite enjoyed the story and would not mind reading a longer writing of the author.
on Feb. 25, 2019
This is a story about a witch who had to leave her home to fulfill a prophecy. If she decided to fulfill the prophecy then her home would be spared but the city where she ended up at would be at risk.
Its a fun reading and I enjoyed it!
Primrose Hill is Suddenly Single
on Feb. 26, 2019
This is such a sweet and outrageously witty story. Just when you thought thing would go smooth for your leading lady then it turns from bad to worse. But it turns out alright in the end for Primrose Hill, the new character to watch out for. Immensely entertaining!
Red Desert - Point of No Return
on March 04, 2019
I quite enjoyed reading this book. It jumped in and out of the timeline, but its not so difficult to figure out.
The Valley of the Man Vultures
on March 05, 2019
A lovely read. It managed to transport me to a faraway land with desert, caravans and demonic beings hungry after your blood!
on March 06, 2019
Its a nice story that transported you to the cold snowy place like Alaska, while you are warm and comfortable in your own living room. The story had a little twist in the end perhaps blurring the line between what was real and what was not.