I was hoping that this year would slide away effortlessly and quietly into the next and I would not post… Read more Christmas is here again! Enjoy it. Or not.
While some people like to hide behind fictional characters, others are so open it breaks your heart. It breaks your… Read more GUEST POST: UNLEARN
Seated on the seats opposite the Kenya archives, at a spot directly opposite Chicken inn, one Sunday afternoon I observed… Read more EDWIN
Limited by imagination rather than experience, Experiencing life only within your limits, Pleasure a thing you do not think you… Read more CIRU
She is not an open book. She is not what would be described as a warm personality especially if what… Read more ON MATURITY AND EMBARRASSMENT
Continued from Chapter 1: Part II PART I ‘I don’t need any more gifts, tributes that rot and stink. Unless you… Read more CHAPTER II: THE EVENT
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We have heard the narrative. That Africa is a backward continent black as the people who…
Life in Tirakosta was a humdrum. As earlier stated, everything about their culture could be summarized in two words, gossip… Read more CHAPTER ONE: PART II
If timing was an art, then Hanna Bankuku was the most art-less person that ever lived; always arriving either too… Read more CHAPTER ONE: PART I
Ever had one of those mornings designed to play a prank on you? You tag at your blankets a little… Read more A journey to Hope: Who said Ol-Donyo Sabuk isn’t in the map?