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“Welcome Tourist! We are glad to have you here, really. Please stay as long as you want, but don’t forget to check in on your own world every once in a while.
“We have so many free to read stories to keep you engaged. Fictional Nigeria, Fantasy, Stories inspired by African Mythology, African Folktales, Nigerian Mythology, Nigerian Folktale, so many Short Stories, Lite Novels, Screenplays, and Comic books.
“We are sure you’ll find a story world in The Fablingverse that fits your taste. And as long as you are reading it on our website, our stories will always be free to read.
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Egbere’s mother, she was a poor woman who could not afford to feed herself, talk less a child who ate any and everything. To make matters worse, a deformed child with a hunch back and the face of a gnome. She wept over its birth. More
We have found this woman guilty of soiling the earth. She has committed a grave sin against us. She has tarnished her husband’s name with adultery, and as our customs degree, she must be punished.” Its muffled voice decreed. More
Once upon a time in the land of folk tales, Mbe The Tortoise decided it was time to marry, he had become a farmer and the only way he could get his crops sold in the market was if he had a wife, as that was the rule of the land. Women without husbands could not own farmlands and men without wives could not own market stalls. Even though tortoise needed a wife to gain permission to sell his good at the market, he did not want a wife from his village, because all the women in his village knew him to be poor, lazy, cunning, sneaky, smart, vindictive, uncultured, and wise, and so they did not want to marry him. More
So he went about and collected all the wisdom from his head, from his backyard, from his family, from his house, then he went to everybody he had ever given wisdom to and collected his wisdom from them and kept all his wisdom in a pot. More
Agadi Nwanyi na asi asiri (the gossiping old woman) – An Igbo Mythology – Igbos, Adapted story, African, Nigerian Mythology, Free to Read, Short Story, Fabling, Pam, Fablingverse, Osu, Ugiri tree, Agwu, Onwa, Chinaeke, Mbe, Nkita A long time ago in the early years of the Igbos, after they had settled into the new land, […] More
“If I had a million dollars I will just buy a race car. I will drive it vroom vroooom!” Otomokpo said, demonstrating how he would drive
“Me, I will just buy a country, I’ll become the queen then I will just send my mummy and daddy to prison any time they beat me, then I will buy an helicopter and flyyyyy around the world…!” Osas said. More