November’s Featured Blogger: Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

It’s not every day that I’m honoured with a feature on blogs such as Roberts own. This is truly a pleasure. Thank you, kind Sir Robert, for finding me and my words worth giving the time of the day. 🙂
Take a peek, folks.

Art by Rob Goldstein

It’s my pleasure to introduce Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha  as my featured blogger for November.

She is the creative force behind ‘A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales,’ and ‘The Art of Beautiful Expressions,’

How did you decide on the name ‘A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales,’ for your blog?

Choosing ‘a cooking pot and twisted tales,’ is as literal and as mundane as it gets.  Following weeks of coining names for feel and size, I failed to find anything that settled with me. One Saturday afternoon as I prepared lunch with my children, we swapped stories whilst cooking – it’s the way that my mother raised us. She entertained my siblings and me with folk tales or songs, somehow that made the chores lighter, happier and faster – that was when the name came to me, and as it settled in my heart it felt just right.

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8 thoughts on “November’s Featured Blogger: Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

  1. What a gift to learn more about you, your writing and your history. I love that fairy tales were an influence for you and the way you own your ability to easily draw others to you. 🙂 The picture of you in the gold dress and head wrap is stunning.


I love it when you decorate my heart with your words..

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