‘Lost happiness’ By ADEPOJU OLAOLUWA ITUNU

It all started with a personal craving for a good writer story, you know, the kind of story where the author pours every ounce of their writing experience into their character in the most cathartic way. Call it a stereotype, even call it vanity if you must. Whatever it is, sometimes as writers all we want is to read a story that reflects our creative struggle within this emotionally turbulent industry.

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