The Client Meant for Me

Her biggest challenge in life, was not running a business, she was managing that. No, her challenge was getting a decent access road, one that didn’t flood, or get muddy with each flash of rain. She needed money to fix the access road to their home. Her business could not afford it as an expense, yet. She couldn’t get a loan, so it was not a quick fix.

Zuri Kabinda: Sweet & Lemon/ Big Numbers and Li’l Sisters – 2

“We have a two-day conference to be held at the St. John Riruta hall.  We’ve invited a hundred people to participate from the surrounding area.  I have to handle the program from the office.  I need you to help me handle venue logistics, food, and everything else.” A hundred people, Zuri smiled.  She loved bigContinue reading “Zuri Kabinda: Sweet & Lemon/ Big Numbers and Li’l Sisters – 2”

Life on the Fast Track – Track 23 (Final)

Track 23 – Our Life Together Danny drove Jasmine home, after calling Jimmy to pick up her car. Ignoring the messy dining table, she sat on the couch and took the glass of water Danny got her.  After, he sat with her and she told him about Daryl’s situation with their father. “He makes it hardContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – Track 23 (Final)”

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”

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”

Life on the Fast Track – 1

Track 1: The Unexpected Loud rock music filled the garage.  Crashing guitars and drums accompanied by screaming vocals, how anyone could appreciate this stuff was unbelievable. “Danny!  Holy Virgin, how can you exist like this?  You’ll never get a wife.” The song ended and Danny got the last part of the comment.  Sliding out fromContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 1”

Atlantic by Phil Dass

Atlantic Reta eased her running, slowing the treadmill, as she let her muscles relax in relief. Two minutes later, she went to her yoga mat for cool down stretching exercises, nimbly extending her legs and arms as far as she could.  Then she lay flat on her back on the yoga mat, her face andContinue reading “Atlantic by Phil Dass”

The Enchanting Violinist – 3

Hiring the Violinist who sells Weaves in Kinoo. Phillip clutched his keys, his gaze taking in the quaint town Nyambura had chosen to settle in.  Kinoo was small, out of the city, but still close enough to major hospitals and the hustle and flow.  Having a major highway close was a plus.  Nyambura’s shop wasContinue reading “The Enchanting Violinist – 3”

Koya’s Choice – e-Book

Koya’s Choice Description Koya took a risk on love when she was in college, and the man she gave her heart broke it, sending her a terrible letter that left her broken.  Eight years later, Koya has shut out the idea of love, and focuses on building her business and a comfortable life, never onceContinue reading “Koya’s Choice – e-Book”

Dora Okeyo – EAFF Profile

The EA Friday Feature is a circle of five writers who write 1,000 word flash fiction stories every Friday and post them on their blogs.  This week, we feature these authors, as we get to know them better, and learn what inspires them to write their stories. Dora from Nilichoandika I’ve read loads of Dora’sContinue reading “Dora Okeyo – EAFF Profile”