“Lisa, the Stream goddess”, is a Mystery, Fantasy and Romantic Novel based on the character and activities of a chief mermaid and her small river; this small river was full of strange powers, and there were mischievous fishes that could transform themselves into beautiful mermaids when they want to lure men to fall in love with them. The people of Odoshenlu village loved their stream very dearly because of the clean water of the stream. The stream was named after the stream goddess called Lisa. One of the mermaids madly fell in love with a teacher, and she later transformed into a complete woman and married the village teacher. Lisa, the stream goddess was highly unpredictable; moreover, she loved to manipulate the high chief of the community and control the mind of men either for good or for bad through the power of telepathy and her golden magic wand with which she could manifest any material object within a twinkle of an eye. This Fantasy Novel is a bombshell of mysteries!
Targeted Age Group:: 18 years and above
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was inspired to write this novel when I visited a stream situated in a village during my Christmas holiday in December 2020. I noticed the clean stream was full of multi-colored fishes of different species. The villagers told me that the fishes in that stream could not be cooked by anyone and the fishes are the children of the goddess called Lisa.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I build up the names of all the characters from the common names of the villagers I met during my visit. I slightly changed the names of the villagers I used in my book to suit the purpose of writing a fiction novel. I did not change the name of the main character because she was an unknown mermaid.
The small hut was built with bamboo leaves before the sunset that day, they already discovered a flowing clean stream of water for drinking, and there was plenty of clay material deposits with which to build their beds, make clay pots for cooking and for water storage.
All the above was achieved within a week of coming to that location. Adebowale started farming on the virgin land around their settlement, he planted cassava, coco-yams, yams, corn maize, vegetables, pepper, and he even planted kola nuts on the land farther away from their home. Adebowale became prosperous with the big yams he harvested some months later, buyers came from the nearby villages to buy his farm produced products, and that made some farmers to start relocating to Odoshenlu village which was founded by the Adebowale family.
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