Amie’s Blog: Navigating The Site.

Hello and welcome! And if it’s not your first time here, welcome back!
I’m sure you’ve noticed the new look of the blog. You like? (wink-wink)


I did a little inspection and realized the former design wasn’t user-friendly. Now, I’ve got everything sorted and at your reach. This post here is your navigation manual so you can get the best experience while reading all new content.

Home Page

On the home page you will find Welcome, About Amie, Latest Posts, Writing Services, and A Special Message.

If you click the three-dash icon above the header, you will find a drop down of the site’s pages.

Site Pages

To access all blogposts, Click on Blog.


To access all the reading lists, Click on Reading List.


To access my answers to questions on Afrolit, Click FAQs on African Literature.


And, a new addition…


To read my works of fiction and my short screenwriting (Yes y’all. I’m finally doing it.), Click My Writing.


For information on how to have your work published on the blog, click Features X Collaborations.

Categories


Underneath the Pages, you will find the categories. Click on any Category to read content related to it.

Archives


The Blog now has archives! You can read any blog post from any month since it’s inception.

Subscribe!

Last but not least! Don’t forget to subscribe and confirm your subscription in the mail to have my latest blog posts delivered straight into your inbox!.

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Amarachi Ike writes from Enugu, where she is currently studying Medicine at the University of Nigeria. She is an essayist, fiction writer, blogger and aspiring author.

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