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 theContinue reading “Blog Feature – Salummy”

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: InContinue reading “Blog Feature – ELove Poetry”

Life on the Fast Track – 9

Track 9 : It’s the small things like trust, honesty…wanting to take care of the cat An hour later, they sat on Jasmine’s couch, sharing a glass of wine; soft music filled the living room.  Jazz had her feet over Danny’s lap and he was stroking them absently as they talked. “Your father is reallyContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 9”

Picture Perfect – 16

Chapter 16 Eric wanted Victoria. She was fun, her sense of humor fresh and surprising.  She had quirky habits that left him laughing in amusement when he was alone.  Like singing out loud to her favorite song came on.  The song wasn’t the problem, he could take a little Justin Bieber…but the off notes, fullContinue reading “Picture Perfect – 16”

Life on the Fast Track – 7

Track 7: Mama Yells, Best Friend Shocks, and the First Date “Hi Mum,” Jasmine said, holding the door open for Wanja. “Don’t ‘hi mum’ me when you have explaining to do,” Wanja stated. “I’ve been worried about you.  Not coming to dinner, not calling me, kwa nini unajificha?What’s going on with you?  ” (Why areContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 7”

Life on the Fast Track – 6

Track 6 : Family comes knocking the morning after Sunrays danced into the quiet bedroom through a crack in the heavy curtains.  They made glittering shapes on the queen-size bed where rumpled covers fell to the floor.  The white floral sheet half covered the two figures deep asleep on the bed.  A car passed onContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 6”

Life on the Fast Track – 5

Track 5 : If you say ‘Yes’, I promise, It will be Good. Making his way through the crowd, Danny followed Jasmine out of the club, catching up with her outside. “Jazz,” Danny said, rushing in front of her, stopping her progress to her car. “Spit it out.  No more games.” Jasmine stared at him.  “IContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 5”

Life on the Fast Track – 4

Track 4: My blood is the color of engine oil Hidden in the lush green lands of Kiambu, was a private three-acre farm converted into a racing track.  Danny and Jimmy had worked years on modifying the piece of land for their racing needs.  Their work resulting in an exciting racing movement with an exclusiveContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 4”

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”

The Enchanting Violinist – 2

The Boiling Hot Day and Weaves with Celebrity Names Midday, the sun was high, almost suffocating.  The television newscasters were calling it an equator equinox, such a fancy name for boiling-hot, as in, step-out-into-the-sun-if-you-wanna-roast days.  The heat wave was making her stupid. Nyambura heard the fans working overtime above her.  Still, it sorta felt likeContinue reading “The Enchanting Violinist – 2”