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The dawn of a new era approaches on WordsAreWork. Calm down, soon all will be revealed but rest assured that this new era has you laying right in the very core of its nucleus.
We want you – especially you on the left 🙂 – to stay warm and cozy right where you are, but we need you to tell us how. So click in the Comments below and
sharperly answer the following:
- What have you enjoyed most about the blog, Words Are Work, so far? [Is it the nature of posts you read here? Any genres (fiction, non-fiction, opinion), columns (The Lectern, On Top D Matter, Winie Says …, TTC) or posts you particularly love(d)? Or you just fell for the blog’s general ‘housemosphere’?]
- What have you NOT liked? [No fear, we can handle it 😉]
- Any changes you would like to see? Other comments?
We were going to do a poll with simple options for voting but on second thoughts, this way you have room for unrestricted expression. Just let it flow exactly as you have felt, currently feel, and wish to feel.
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This is a public service announcement.
It is with great pleasure, and for your even greater reading pleasure, that ‘Words Are Work’ brings you a fresh new column from one of our extremely talented writers. You might remember her better as ‘Nikki’ – that female protagonist whose hunger met its physical and spiritual equal in the story, ‘The Day He Showed Up’; but her name is Winifred Adebayo.
Winie calls herself a ‘word addict’; for her, writing is a passion that unites all of her interests into one perfect little ball of warmth. For a long time, she did nothing about her love for writing, but since she started not so long ago, she has been unable to stop. She loves God very deeply, people too, and this love motivates her in everything she does.
WAW caught up with Winie on one of her rare ‘free’ moments and asked to know more about this new column. Her answer was straight, short and simple: The column is titled ‘Winie says …’, and it will bring you thought-provoking articles on life and relationships. Before we could ask about degrees and other professional certifications which qualified her to opine on such subject matters, Winie quickly added that she is no expert. “‘Winie says …'” she said, “just says it as it is”.
You can read her blog-posts on winiesworld.com; also follow her on twitter and Instagram @wini_ade.
In the meantime, ‘Winie says …’ is loading, so …
Watch this space!