“Words are powerful and writers are the true lighters of a society.”
– Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
Writing is something that has to be worked on if the aim is to communicate and engage with readers. It is a craft which requires creative thinking, hard work, planning, research, revision, careful use of words and a sense of purpose.
ASK THE WRITERS – Owerri Edition, is a classic event that offers the following:
* Opportunity to develop your writing capacity and stamina.
* Network with published and aspiring writers of different genres.
* Pathway to literacy
* Avenue to meet and greet with great souls.
Date: Saturday 27th September 2014
Venue: Xtraval Leadership Center
38 Mbari Street, Ikenegbu, Owerri
To participate, simply pay in 1500naira (One Thousand Five Hundred Naira) to
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank)
Account Number: 0120774989
Account Name: Profound Impacts International
Send payment details (slip number, name and your phone number) to email@example.com
A thinker, writer and entrepreneur. Author: Rich Theory.
Co-founder Griots Lounge, CEO Yagazie Media Ltd. Author: The Loudest Silence I Ever Heard
Cynthia Kelechi Akaluka
Exceptional young Shero, artist, educationists and motivational speaker. Author: Secrets of World Best Students
Emeka J. Nobis
Engineer, Thought leader, writer, speaker and lead strategist at Profound Impacts International
Your life will take a quantum leap to success after attending this event.
Writing events are excellent for writers and speakers at any stage of their career. Your writing skills impact your speaking power.
This event is a safe place to rub minds, talk shop, learn cutting edge tips, tricks and techniques to become not just a writer but a holistically developed person.
“With our writing, we can right our society.”
– Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
Note: At Hinovelty, we are focused and on helping be your best.
We at Hinovelty happily publish the official shortlist of great souls whose creative works were approved by our judges and they are the contributors whose works will appear in 'The Phenomenal Woman Poetry Anthology‘ book. Below are their names:
Paul Alowo (Nigeria)
Dumiso Gatsha (Botswana)
Idowu Joshua (Nigeria)
Anurag A. Sharma (India)
Koketso Marishane (South Africa)
Amaka Imani Nkosazana (USA)
Trinisa M. Pitts (USA)
Paul Abiola Oku-ola (Nigeria)
Emilly Achieng (Kenya)
Kealeboga Mosekiemang (Botswana)
Olamide Oderinle (Nigeria)
Oloyede Charles Akinropo (Nigeria)
Victoria S Mamvura-Gava
Bob McNeil (USA)
Oyin Oludipe (Nigeria)
Ipinlaye Oluwakamiye Phebe (Nigeria)
Christena AV Williams (Jamaica)
Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa (Nigeria)
Thabo Moloi (South Africa)
Ralph Llyod (Liberia)
Lennee Reid (USA)
Babajide Michael Olusegun (Nigeria)
Ajise Vincent Olajide (Nigeria)
Zainab Kakal (India)
Paul Kasobya (Uganda)
Elizabeth Adeola Ayoola
Nmakgosi Ophadile Anita Tau (Botswana)
Nomonde Ndwalaza (south Africa)
Mbenkum Elvis Kinyuy (Cameroon)
Lerato Matsaneng (South Africa)
Sigeh Leonard Lenjo (Cameroon)
Mamello Keketso Sago (Botswana)
Tigele Nlebesi (Botswana)
Karoly Sandor Pallai (Hungary)
Kearoma Desiree Mosata
Rosemary Onyango (Kenya)
Eric Kombey W.
Note: Due to emails and calls we received from people asking us to give them few days to submit their poems due to busy work schedule, the deadline for submission has been shifted to 31st July 2014. After this date, entries will no longer be accepted.
Congratulations to you all whose works have been approved. With our writing, we will right the world.