Picture Perfect – 17

Victoria headed to Ronald’s office spurred by aggravation.  She had avoided facing Ronald for two months, even if they worked so close, it was surprisingly easy to go weeks without seeing him.  Entering his office without knocking, Victoria stopped before Ronald’s desk, annoyed by his nonchalant expression.  Fighting the urge to smack the knowing lookContinue reading “Picture Perfect – 17”

Five Reasons why you need an Editor in Kenya

Five Reasons why you need an Editor in Kenya. Editing is lifesaving to writers.  A good editor will make your work shine, and help you tell your story in the clearest way possible.  A good editor will ensure you are bringing out the best of your content. Here is why: Language: Editors will make sureContinue reading “Five Reasons why you need an Editor in Kenya”

Life on the Fast Track – 18

Track 18 – I met your dark side and it scares me “Danny?” Jasmine flung the driver’s door open.  Her hands shaking when she saw Danny slumped over the steering wheel. “Danny.”  Jasmine touched his shoulder and he sat back with a harsh curse.  “Oh thank God!  Are you hurt?  Anything broken?  We should getContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 18”

Saturday afternoons in the Flower garden

Today, our favorite companions, two white cats, with the most expressive eyes.  I, most times, believe they understand every word we say.  They’re both girls and get those moments when they huff and walk away…..clearly, they’re speaking here. I saw them playing in the flower garden and it reminded me of another Saturday not tooContinue reading “Saturday afternoons in the Flower garden”

The Liebster Award

Starting my year with a bit of fun!  Thank you Dora of Nilichoandika for the award nomination.  It was a great surprise to discover as I jump back into the blog for 2018! What’s The Liebster Award all about? The Liebster Award is a blogger award for new bloggers, those with few followers, who areContinue reading “The Liebster Award”

Life on the Fast Track – 17

Track 17 – The Best and the Worst of Moments Heartbeat electrified, Jasmine followed Terry into the racing grounds Danny owned with Jimmy.  They had to park their car outside the gates because there was no space left inside.  Jasmine glanced at the time on her phone.  Eleven o’clock in the night, and it feltContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 17”

Art Adventures at the Hotel Waterbuck-Nakuru

  It feels like it’s been a while since I went on a road trip, so this was incredibly fun.  Nothing on the mind, but being on the road, noting random things, lush green scenery and that family of zebras, having their lunch.   Nakuru was rainy when we got there, so our contact sentContinue reading “Art Adventures at the Hotel Waterbuck-Nakuru”

Life on the Fast Track – 16

Track 16 – Did you know there are a million sides to you…? Later in the day, Danny stood in the pet supplies aisle at the supermarket, staring at the range of cat litter products.  How was he supposed to know which one was the right one?  How strange was it to put a litterContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 16”

Nakisanze Segawa’s The Triangle

#New African Reads The Triangle  A gripping tale of intrigue and war in precolonial Africa. Two young people — Kalinda, a page in the court of the King of Buganda; and Nagawa, one of the king’s beautiful young wives — are swept up in conflict as missionaries, rival tribes and soldiers of fortune vie forContinue reading “Nakisanze Segawa’s The Triangle”