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 Child […]

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 own […]

Blog Feature – Salummy

This week, The E.i.N blog takes a break from writing, and goes on a Nairobi Fictionspiration Trip.  I will share stories from fellow writers from my area code (254). Our Blog Feature today belongs to Salummy The Love Story of the Sun and Moon Did you know? Did you hear? Were you told? about the […]

Blog Feature – ELove Poetry

This week, The E.i.N blog takes a break from writing, and goes on a Nairobi Fictionspiration Trip.  I will share stories from fellow writers from my area code (254). To start off the Monday is Elove Poetry with this scintillating story named: The Assassin’s Diaries: The Kiss of Death. This is a short excerpt: In […]

Blog Week – Reneeissance

Reneeissance on Blog Week I love the play on words for this blog’s title.  It’s written by Ms. Renee Murray who is a mother to two children, and writes creative fiction.   Ms. Renee has great imagination.  She posts her stories on the blog, each one unique and an experience.  I love creative writing, and […]

Blog Week: Kenyan Trep Lady & Amari

Kenyan Trep Lady on Blog Week. This blog is by a lady named Bilha.  She’s a baker and an entrepreneur.  She shares the hustles she’s experienced doing business in Kenya and the challenges you’ll face when you decide to start a business in Kenya.  The Trep in the Kenyan Trep Lady stands for Entrepreneurship.  So, […]

Blog Week – Bob Njiru’s My World

Bob Njiru’s My World I love an opinionated blog.  Most times I might not even agree with what the blogger says, but just that they had the guts to write what they have is great.  So, I ran into this blog through a post on Kenyan Poets Lounge.  Bob Njiru lets you know what he’s […]

Blog Week – Everyday Kenyan

Everyday Kenyan by Elma Wambui. A blog that gives insights on every-day stuff that happens to normal Kenyans like me and you. Kenyans who experience the rough of doing things on their own. Those who walk the streets haggling for bargains, looking for deals or seeking inexpensive ways to meet their domestic needs. Here we […]