Toryhub.com is a literary entertainment website committed to thrilling its numerous readers with the very best of African stories – Romance, deeply Inspiring stories, Action, Horror, Comedy, Sci-fi, and Epic. Additionally, we publish incisive essays on the hottest topics on the web. We have some of the most passionate and skilled writers who weave thrillers after thrillers for your reading pleasure. Some of our writers operate from within Nigeria, while some write in from the diaspora. We also accept stories from independent writers looking to publish their work on the web. At toryhub.com, we are reinventing African storytelling to make reading more fun, thoroughly exciting, seriously entertaining, informing, inspiring, engaging, and most of all, educational to the letter. To submit your work to toryhub.com, please read the information in the SUBMIT STORY section on our homepage.
Some of our writers include;
VICTOR CHINOO: A master storyteller, whose works aim to speak to the reader’s heart. VICTOR’s romantic tales will leave you in awe, melt your heart away, and sometimes, send an obstinate cavalcade of beautiful tears streaming down your face. His inspirational stories will most certainly rekindle a blazing fire in your gut and proffer you brand new eyes to see yourself and the world around you differently. VICTOR has authored numerous stories, poems and essays. He writes for multiple blogs in Nigeria, The UK and the USA. VICTOR is a trained scientist who currently works as an Assistant Professor at a leading US university. When he is not reading, VICTOR spends most of his spare time writing.
UZOMA UJOR is trained writer with more than twelve years’ experience in creative and journalistic writings. He wrote the stories/scripts for the movies “Under Control”, “Shades and Lights Out”, “Passions” for Sea World Movies and “The Servant Girl” for Fine Eyes Movies, to mention a few . He writes for several online Nigerian magazines. At the moment he is working on a book project – ‘Vengeance of the Rivers’, a collection of short African stories. He wrote the screenplay for the dramatization of Mike Ejeagha’s musical tales and is currently working on bringing several of his stories on the wide screen.