3 Important Things for Kenyans to Remember

I’m guilty of falling into a dark repetitive cycle when what I expected doesn’t happen, or changes into what I didn’t want.  #ElectionsKe is a great example of jumping into this dark repetitive cycle that leaves you spinning on the same spot. Questions like, ‘Why is this happening?’ ‘Can’t they just stop or agree?’  ‘OhContinue reading “3 Important Things for Kenyans to Remember”

Life on the Fast Track – 15

Track 15 – Because getting to know you, is my favorite adventure… The door was open, and Jasmine sat on her bed writing in her diary.  She didn’t look up, so Danny leaned on the doorjamb and watched her for a few minutes. The reading glasses resting on the bridge of her nose made herContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 15”

Life on the Fast Track – 14

Track 14 – My past, your present…we just  need to understand each other After Danny left, Jasmine gave up on working.  She took a shower, and crawled into her large bed ready for sleep.  Yet, her eyes remained wide open.  Her thoughts on her relationship with Tyler Anderson. Tyler had made her smile.  Had madeContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 14”

Life on the Fast Track – 13

Track 13 – There is nothing smooth about relationships… For the first time since she’d moved into her house, Jasmine discovered she had a doorbell.  The ringing started when she was busy typing at her desktop.  She kept at her work thinking that someone who would ring her doorbell was not welcome at this time. Continue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 13”

How To Copyright Your Book in Kenya

Copyrights in Kenya Protecting your work is most important to a creator.  We recently went through this process as we start on actual publishing of real books.  It’s both nerve-wrecking and enlightening.  Nerve-wrecking in the discovery of limitations: like costs and printing drama, and enlightening in that with every book printed, you discover mistakes andContinue reading “How To Copyright Your Book in Kenya”

Life on the Fast Track – 12

12 – I know My Best Friend’s got my Back Jasmine’s phone buzzed and she smiled when she checked her messenger.  Danny was checking in on her.  They had not seen each other for a week since he dropped her food at work.  But, he called and replied messages when she wrote them.  A littleContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 12”

Life on the Fast Track – 10

Track 10 – You showed up when I was having a Hard Day…my heart moved Terry found Danny making breakfast while he fed the white cat milk.  She paused at the entrance into the kitchen and let out a whistle. “Well, well, you look quite at home, my dear big brother.” “Do you want eggsContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 10”

Blog Feature – Child of Destiny

This week, The E.i.N blog takes a break from writing, and goes on a Nairobi Fictionspiration Trip.  Sharing stories from fellow writers (bloggers) from my area code (254). Thursdays, the eve before Friday, like the calm day before the storm.  Of course, our blog feature is anything but Calm.   A. Musawale over at ChildContinue reading “Blog Feature – Child of Destiny”

Blog Feature – Jagombaka

This week, The E.i.N blog takes a break from writing, and goes on a Nairobi Fictionspiration Trip.  Sharing stories from fellow writers (bloggers) from my area code (254). Our Blog Feature today is Exciting.  I love this blog, and the look and the feel of it.  Jagomboka, written by Awino Lesley.  And in her ownContinue reading “Blog Feature – Jagombaka”