I’m Debby. I’m a Jesus girl. I’m sinking in him. I’m helpless in him and if he says to close down this blog tomorrow, debbyhub will be no more, despite my love for it. Its that serious.
And I need to set it out here before you start.
While I have traversed days of poetry, fiction, picture blogging, even spelling, on this blog; I do not say for certain that what I now focus on, will always be the thing. As I sink in Jesus and further lose myself, I write each day what my hands are moved to write, and I blog each moment what I hear.
Welcome to my hub.
Hub: A point where many routes meet and traffic is distributed, dispensed or diverted.
Here’s that space in the world where I download some of the traffic that intersects in my heart. Hence, the name Debbyhub. I distribute, divert and dispense it here.
It mostly tends to range from My personal stories to discusses on Christian faith and living, and to literary reviews. Its a beautiful blend, when it all comes together.
If this is your type of thing, do subscribe to my newsletter. I send out monthly notes. A more secure avenue of always coming to the blog is when I get to send you personal emails, and we keep up a line of communication.
On the blog, I post on Saturdays, so you can check around every weekend.
More gist on Debby
My name is Adebayo Deborah Ibukunoluwa. I hear that upon first personal contact, I look Igbo. I am however, a Yoruba girl from Nigeria. I am in my early twenties.
Here’s how it happened: I started this blog in February 2014 in hopes of having a literary home to express myself, and more urgently to teach the one or two things I knew.
I still enjoy that; teaching the things I know.
When I read books and blogs, I don’t know how time flies. When it comes down to it, I like various expressions of art too.
I think words are a treasure and authors who create with them have my respect.
While I do all of that, I have an insatiable love for Law. Turns out I have a first degree in Common Law – An LL.B from University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. I tend to favour Commercial and Corporate law. Something about the world of finance policymaking also makes me very attentive.
Currently, I’m at the Nigerian Law School for my second degree in law which will qualify me to act as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
I owe a large part of the person I am today to the immediate family❤ I come from.
I’m active on Social Media too, let’s relate.
I understand as Vladimir Nabokov once wrote that:
“Readers are not sheep, and not every pen tempts them.”
That my words are drawing a few is exhilarating and fulfilling. It’s responsibility I’m proud to own, and I’m willingly working to sustain. 💙
Thank you for reading.
Based off various write-ups, I’ve made it easier for you to know where to start through these categories:
If you’re interested in topics on the Christian faith, start here. If you’re an absolute literature aficionado like I am, here’s your space. If you want to read my fiction stories, go on ahead(i guess I write okay). Want to learn about my daily experiences? read my life diary and non-fiction posts here. Movies are recommended over here. I get other writers to share on certain topics in this column. I educate on certain other topics here – expositions. And here are my internet roundup posts.