One Thing After Another
Ngozi survives Sambisa and returns home. Acting on advice from Auntie Halima, she presents herself to the authorities and things quickly take a dramatic turn, and her status as a victim is overturned to the perpetrator.
Rescued by people she’d never met before, Ngozi relocates to a new community where she struggles to fit in. Her past life experiences constantly clash with the present, making it a challenge to live a typical teenage life.
Ngozi is dealt a devastating blow when her health takes a turn for the worse. Now she must confront the past she’s been trying to bury, to find the answers that hold the key to her survival.asy.
Ngozi Balogun Bashiru became an orphan for the third time by the age of six.
Taken in by an uncle, she cooked, cleaned, and washed; her transformation from cousin to servant complete by her sixteenth birthday.
After a domestic spat, she’s had enough and runs away from home, but soon learns that the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence. She is taken captive, and the freedom she desperately sought wrenched from her grasp.
Now, Ngozi must dig deeper to find answers before it’s too late, and her voice, and that of those that matter to her silenced forever.
A naïve university graduate, desperate for a job, journeys to the big city and quickly learns that serendipity could be a double-edged sword. Caught between a rock and a hard place, she must make a choice between surviving and upholding her core beliefs.
On the verge of another round of business meetings, a lovesick young man, cuts short his trip and heads home hoping to surprise his fiancée. He quickly discovers he’d been sitting on a longtime active volcano on the verge of eruption, and the fall out would challenge his understanding of the definition of the word love.