Once Upon A Dream by PhanÐira

Happy to announce that I published a novel through AuthorHouse UK.
You can order for the hard copies from the links below.The ebook format are available for download on AuthorHouse US, Amazon, Bookdepository, and Barnes&Noble. (http://bookstore.authorhouse.com/Products/SKU-000961562/Once-Upon-A-Dream.aspx)

Book title: Once Upon A Dream…
Genre: SciFi.

Once Upon A Dream tells a story set in a fantastically bizarre future. It is told by way of a dreamscape, mind-trip narrative style that presents a quirky take on an undeniably strange, but oddly familiar future. It is a different world with a different manner of speech. Readers are taken through the dreams, the nightmares, the past, the present and the possible future.


For Nigeria: http://www.amazon.com/Once-Upon-Dream-Dream-Dream-Phandira/dp/1496988701

“Once Upon A Dream”
By PhanÐira
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 306 pages | ISBN 9781496988706
E-Book | 306 pages | ISBN 9781496988713
Available at Amazon and Barnes&Nobel; AuthorHouse UK


Hallucinations of the Prinsediran VI: Random [Say To Them].

Listening to Moi again saying to me;

Say to them, “Dear people of God, I hate to believe the devil is much more innovative.” Tis he does because you have refused to walk in the ancient paths.

Say to your child, “When you interact with people, you’ll see the essence of all I’ve been teaching you, my dear child.”

Say to the writers and readers alike, “The more I read, the more I become a nobody, the more I become somebody else. I must write to stay alive.”

Say to them who hate and are hated alike, “People will hate you in the future, you must not be one of them [Love yourself].”

Say to unappreciated, “People will forget what you did for them… Learn to appreciate yourself.”

Say to the lover boy, “Do not underestimate love… If you fall into that pit with an ungrateful person… God bless your soul.”

Say to the ignorant, “You can’t pretend to be ignorant. You actually don’t know you don’t really know.”

Say to your wife, “Responsibility for an action that led to a reaction must be taken first before the reaction is discussed, dear wife.”

Identify with the heartbroken, “I lay all day feeling sorry that it is broken. It floats all day and night pumping more blood to keep us awake… Stupid heart.”

Say to the dark skinned, “The problem of Africa is Education. Yes, innovative people spend so much time reading for stupid exams.”

Say to the detective, “When you are being forced to tell a lie in place of the truth just to please those that didn’t believe you in the first place… Walk away from stupid people.”

Say to the defendant, “The most selfish form of self defence is people dwelling on counting your sins to avoid theirs from being counted [and people counting your blessings just to hide their own blessings].”

Say to the unhappy, “You can’t be faking happiness. You simply hate the idea of the wrong person actually making you happy once in a while.”

Say to the ‘Bounty’ hunter, “If on Sunday your neighbour tells you his son can do anything for chocolates and you can’t find your chocolates on Monday, the boy’s burial should be on Saturday, of course.”

Remember some people? The ones who think? Congratulate some people for they have succeeded in falling out of ‘love’ with you; remember we are still trying to do the same.

Say to the Lord, “I thank Thee for the gift of new eyes everyday, just like a new born baby, they’ll hurt when they are used too early, yet its a necessary pain to avert seeing hatred and the troubles of yesterday.”

Say to end time, “I hope my health doesn’t beat you to our grave”

Say to Moi, be calm now.

Be calm now, I’ll say to you again.