Why you should be part of #MakingMondayMild
- Making Monday Mild – The Kick off
- MMM Writers’ Lifestyle: “I write stories that bless lives” – Kaine Robbie
- ‘My desire to write is like a sickness’ – Prosper Nwokoro | MMM Suspense Fiction
- Pull a chair: How to write poems like Jide Badmus | MMM Writers Lecture
- Welcome February – Our month for real fun!
- “The world around us is enough to inspire anyone to write” – Amaka Azie | MMM
- “I write to lift struggling people, the unsung heroes” – Melody Fisher | MMM Writers’ Interviews
- How to captivate readers’ attention with drama – Jamiu Ahmed | MMM Writers Lecture
- Welcome to March 2018, the reviewers’ month | Making Monday Mild
- ‘Being yourself and patience, secrets to becoming a successful writer’ – Boma Augusta Fubara
- My writings positively challenge people – Karimot Isiaka | MMM
- Why you should be part of #MakingMondayMild
- Our skin colour: A badge of honour or shame?
- Making Monday Mild welcomes you back!
- For writers to make money online, they must collaborate
- Four quotes to inspire your week from Making Monday Mild
Last Updated on May 28, 2018 by Memorila
Today’s Making Monday Mild had a guest, Nyerehwvo Ese Eyeregba, who explained what #MakingMondayMild is all about, the efforts the anchor and fans are making and how to take it to the next level. Watch out also for the forthcoming #MakingMondayMild contest.
Making Monday Mild is a forum designed by Diepiriye Rita George to bring together young, intelligent and enthusiastic writers so they can share their experiences, challenges and milestones.
One major goal is to motivate upcoming writers, educate and entertain the public. Although it’s a very young group, I must applaud the consistency and steady growth achieved within this short phase, owing to the fact that the art or business of writing isn’t an easy field.
Making Monday Mild (MMM) makes effective use of social media which is a major tool that attracts the attention of its target audience.
It has a closed facebook group which is active and highly educative. See group here>>
Some very interesting topics have been discussed such as The Poetry Analysis: Rhymes Vs Non Rhymes, The Buzz around Novellas and other fun topics.
It also has an Instagram page which I find more colourful and interesting. It has more pictures of the young writers.
Although Making Monday Mild (MMM) is a young and growing adventure, I think we could do a little more to enhance this growth.
I think we could interview some older writers once a while (old broom sweeps better sometimes.) They have a wealth of experience and knowledge we could tap from.
We need more love stories, novellas and poems, the “they lived happily ever kind of stories”.
Finally, we all love free stuffs! It’s in our DNA!
It motivates us.
Let’s have more freebies, it’s going to pull more people to us. Thanks.
Freebies up for grab in the upcoming #MakingMondayMild contest
Making Monday Mild One Day Page Review Contest comes up this Wednesday 28th March 2018, 6pm – 11pm.
You are to write a review on how the episodes, writers or activities of Making Monday Mild have inspired you in 150-200 words. It could be witty, funny or educative.
Post in our comment box on our Facebook Page, Instagram Handle, or on my Facebook wall.
The review with the highest number of likes earns its writer a chance to win N1500 worth of data. Participants would also receive free gifts (inspiring texts, quotes) inboxed to them.
Do have an awesome week ahead!
Nyerehwvo Ese Eyeregba, had her Bachelors in Microbiology and Masters in Environmental Management from the University of Port Harcourt. She is currently pursuing her third degree abroad which she is very passionate about and plan to grow in. She loves traveling and reading.